Month: October 2019

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Star swimsuit designer Melissa Odabash and her actress turned jewelry designer sister Megan Odabash are listing their Sag Harbor home for $2.4 million. Melissa’s swimsuits are sold in luxury department stores around the world while Megan’s jewelry has been worn on stars like Christie Brinkley, Cameron Diaz, Halle Berry, Liv Tyler, Salma Hayek and Angelina
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Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence, who married art gallerist Cooke Maroney earlier this month in Newport, RI, has been trying to offload an Upper East Side penthouse she bought in 2016, Gimme Shelter has learned. Yes, JLaw owns a flashy condo at celeb-packed 443 Greenwich St., the former bookbinding factory in Tribeca. But the “Hunger Games”
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A Millan House duplex returned to market this week for $6.25 million — up from its $5.9 million asking price earlier this month. The three-bedroom, 3½ bathroom home was formerly owned by real estate heiress/architect/socialite Serena Rhinelander Stewart, whose grandfather William Rhinelander Stewart Sr. commissioned architect Stanford White to design Washington Square Park’s arch. She
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The Clic Gallery is opening a third Manhattan location at 140 West Broadway, with 4,000 square feet covering the ground and lower level of the small building. Eric Le Goff and James Downey of Cushman & Wakefield represented Clic Gallery in the 10-year lease. C&W’s Heather Sockol and Alan Napack represented the ownership, which had
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Paramount held up putting 900 Third Ave. on the sales market until a 17,346-square-foot lease for Handelsbanken to relocate its offices to the 17th floor was completed. The 598,903-square-foot office building at 900 Third sits on the western blockfront between East 53rd and 54th streets. As Between the Bricks advised last week, the 36-story building
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Don’t call it a mall. Triple Five Group, developer of the $5 billion American Dream at the Meadowlands in New Jersey, wants the attraction next to Giants stadium known as an “entertainment center.” And, by golly, is it wildly entertaining. While the center’s Nickelodeon Universe theme park opened Oct. 25 to sold-out crowds, remaining attractions
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Titanic-sized tenants are circling the newest office buildings in anticipation of what may be a leasing feeding frenzy among the “FAANGs”: Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google. The tech titans have been hovering around the Hudson Yards area, where targeted buildings include the megaproject’s 30 and 50 Hudson Yards, the Spiral, Manhattan West, Vornado’s reimagined
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The Essex Crossing complex just achieved a financial milestone and looks forward to a food frenzy in the next few weeks as well. Developer Delancey Street Associates has nailed down $215 million in permanent financing for The Essex, the 26-story mixed-use building at 125 Delancey St. The loan is via JPMorgan Chase, with participation by