Real Estate Listing

Your Chance to Bake Cookies from an Eldridge Street Kitchen Tub

Posted February 16, 2022 at 5:09 am

If showering in the kitchen is on your bucket list, check this out. A tiny junior-one co-op at 237 Eldridge Street features an “eat-in” kitchen inviting suitors to “bake cookies while taking a bath in the wonderful deep clawed-foot tub in the kitchen.” This micro apartment – square-footage not listed – is marketed as “bright […]

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101 Delancey Street Sells for $10.4M

Posted December 7, 2021 at 5:00 am

An anchor tenement on situated on Delancey Street within the orbit of Essex Crossing just changed hands. The pre-war “Karg Building” at 101 Delancey – with Popeyes and HSBC bank on the ground floor – is now under the ownership of investor Zack Hering of 33 Equities. His company spent $10.4 million on the transaction. […]

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Fifteen-Story Condo Tower Slated for Lower Orchard Street

Last modified October 28, 2021 at 2:12 pm

The southerly base of Orchard Street is about to receive some additional heft. Fifteen stories’ worth, in fact. The dormant building at 24 Orchard Street will meet the wrecking ball in due course. The property itself changed hands in November 2020 for $6.7 million, and now the listed owner, shell entity NNYY LLC, is planning […]

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New Investment Firm Buys 2 Buildings Along East Houston for $13M

Posted October 13, 2021 at 5:00 am

Milano’s Bar and Mercury Lounge now have something in common (other than first initial) – a new landlord. Nascent real estate investment firm, MOVCAP, this month scooped up 51 East Houston and 217 East Houston. Price tag for both mixed-use tenements was $13.2 million. The seller is listed as TDJ Holdings. 51 East Houston Street […]

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Decades Later, Parisi Bakery Shutters Elizabeth Street Locale

Posted July 27, 2021 at 5:00 am

After nearly a half-century, the Parisi Bakery spin-off on Elizabeth Street is kaput. The store closed for good over weekend, and movers were seen unloading equipment from the premises. Word on the street is that the land marked tenement recently sold. If true, however, public record does not yet reflect the transaction. Robert Parisi – […]

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Bank on Banksy: Ludlow Street Lot Made Famous by Artist Lists for $2.49M

Posted July 19, 2021 at 5:02 am

A vacant lot on Ludlow Street made famous by Banksy in 2013 just listed on the market for $2.49 million. Owner of record is Hesky Haim of Continental Worsteds, who originally purchased the property in 2007 for $1.5 million. B6 Real Estate Partners is the exclusive broker for 159 Ludlow, pitching it as a “stellar […]

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Moscot Appears to be Leaving its Lower East Side Flagship, but is Not [Updated]

Last modified July 8, 2021 at 12:01 pm

[Updated below] Moscot, the fifth-generation Lower East Side eyewear business, is again undergoing change. The indie-luxe brand is reportedly planning to depart its eight-year-old (graffiti-sheathed) flagship on the museum block of Orchard Street. Earlier this week, commercial real estate listings for 108 Orchard began to surface on Craigslist. Updated: the Craigslist post was an error. […]

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Ludlow Street Pizzeria Hits the Open Market

Posted June 22, 2021 at 5:05 am

La Margarita Pizza might not have much time left in Hell Square. The Ludlow Street pizzeria is now pitched on the open market. The 800 square-foot store at 268 Ludlow appeared on Craigslist in late-May for $9,000 per month in rent. The listing caps some eight years in business for the Lower East Side pizza […]

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Moscot Family Buys Walkup Down the Block from Orchard Street Store

Posted May 26, 2021 at 5:00 am

Eight years after the MOSCOT flagship store crossed the Delancey divide, the family acquired property just down the block.  Public records show that Harvey Moscot, fourth-generation owner and CEO of the century-old eyewear brand, purchased the five-story walkup at 94 Orchard Street. The deal closed earlier this month, under the shell name of SGEN, LLC, […]

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Decades-Old Orchard Street Haberdasher Back on the Market

Posted May 18, 2021 at 5:08 am

On the block for more than sixty years, the Global International menswear store is again up for grabs. The haberdashery has been on and off the market a few times since 2017. Four years ago, furor ensued after we posted a story about its possible closure. Egged on by the appearance of a Misrahi leasing […]

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