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Upper West Side rental property sells for $50M The Real Deal

Zachary Kussin | January 15, 2013 A 70,000-square-foot Upper West Side property, located at 380 Columbus Avenue at West 78th Street, has traded hands for $50 million, city records filed late last week show. Newcastle Realty Services purchased the building from Joben Realty Associates in a deal that closed on Dec. 28, according to [...]

Slow Return for a Former Speakeasy That Crumpled The New York Times

Elizabeth Harris | January 01, 2013 It was a restaurant where F. Scott Fitzgerald had a tryst with a woman in a booth — supposedly. It was a bar with front steps that were built expressly to trip up Prohibition-era policemen who would periodically rush in to spoil the party — maybe. And it had bootlegging [...]

Historic Chumley’s on track for Spring re-awakening West Village News

May 22, 2012 An eager Greenwich Village neighborhood and City can expect Chumley's much-anticipated, and at times troubled, return "in Spring to late-Spring of '09," said owner Jimmy Miller. Construction has progressed since an April 5, 2007 chimney collapse closed the storied former speakeasy and haunt of literary legends F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, John [...]

Years Roll By as Famed Tavern Struggles to Reopen The New York Times

James Barron | April 29, 2012 It is a question that has been asked before: Whatever happened to Chumley’s? It has been five years and three weeks since a wall collapsed and the famous bar in a 19th-century building in Greenwich Village closed for repairs. Days turned into months, months into years. Now the owner of [...]

84 Bedford Hits 75% Sold Curbed.com

 Sara Polsky | January 23, 2012 The interior renderings for the apartments at 84 Bedford Street were lovely (if confusing), so we're not especially surprised to hear the building is 75 percent sold. That actually means there's only one apartment left in the townhouse-turned-condo, the $2,124,250 unit 1N. view original article

The Incredible Shrinking Condo Project The Wall Street Journal

Laura Kusisto | September 21, 2011 In March 2006, Ron Moelis cut the ribbon on Northside Piers, one of Brooklyn's largest-ever condominium projects, with a planned 1,000 units. It will be a long time before he has that experience again, he says. "You're going to be very, very hard pressed to build a condo [...]

Sales Start at W. Village Conversion Real Estate Weekly

September 07, 2011 MMargaret Streicker Porres, president of Newcastle Realty Services, announced that the offering plan has been accepted at 84 Bedford and the building is open for sales. 84 Bedford is an 18th century West Village brick townhouse restored and reconfigured into nine studio, one-bedroom plus home office, and two-bedroom duplex residences. Finishes were [...]

An Extended Wait for a Bar’s Return The New York Times

James Barron | August 25, 2011 It was the bar whose name everybody knew, even though it had no sign: Chumley's, in Greenwich Village. A speakeasy during Prohibition and a destination for tourists seeking a snapshot or New Yorkers seeking a nightcap, Chumley's has been closed since a wall collapsed in April 2007. Chumley's owners had [...]

84 Bedford Street’s Nine Units Now Officially on the Market Curbed.com

Sara Polsky | August 02, 2011 An easy way for a new development to earn our respect: sticking to its schedule. We learned last week that the nine-unit condo at 84 Bedford Street, on the corner of Bedford and Barrow, was just waiting for attorney general's office approval to begin sales. That approval's been received, so [...]

56 Leonard and Other Stalled Projects Plan Major Comebacks Curbed.com

Sara Polsky | July 28, 2011 Spring was a big season for new developments hitting the market, including some we'd left for dead several years ago. Fall, judging by the roundup in today's Post, will see the trend continue—and this time, the projects for sale will be even pricier. Here now, a roundup of a few [...]