December 26, 2017
The T-word is removed in the dead of night from Soho tower.
December 11, 2017
Film crew banned from big penthouse with big arrears bill.
October 31, 2017
Shady real estate dealings in Soho and Brooklyn among numerous charges.
October 05, 2017
President’s long-time lawyer got D.A. to drop Trump SoHo investigation.
July 21, 2017
New York’s first zero-waste residential building is coming to Soho.
Written by Richard Siegler and Dale J. Degenshein on May 23, 2017
Lawsuit erupts when a business suit replaces a painter’s smock in a Soho co-op.
March 31, 2017
Sale of ground floor space nets a $28 million windfall.
Written by Bill Morris on February 14, 2017
In a Soho that has changed for the worse, shareholders agree to sell.
Written by Sue Treiman on December 14, 2016
Restoration of the cast-iron facade reveals a gem's luster.
February 05, 2016
This time, a co-op’s shareholders decided to take the money and run. Two weeks after a Brooklyn Heights co-op turned down a developer’s $130 million offer to buy their commercial space and erect a 40-story condo tower, the residents of a co-op at 61-63 Crosby Street in Soho have sold their building for $42 million to L3 Capital, a Chicago-based investment firm that plans to turn the cast-iron jewel into an office building.
“The co-op owners decided to take some chips off the table and move out,” says Adelaide Polsinelli of Eastern Consolidated, who represented the buyer in the deal.
The 20,600-square-foot Crosby Street building, located between Spring and Broome Streets, was erected in 1876 and converted to a co-op in 1981, according to the Real Deal. It contained seven loft apartments and a ground-floor retail space most recently occupied by the clothier Carson Street. The building comes with 6,500 square feet of air rights.
Engage, enrage, ask questions and give answers with your community of board members. Submit your questions and comments here!
Thinking of buying a co-op or condo? Already bought, and not sure how co-op/condo life and rules work? Learn all about purchasing a place and living in your new community. It's not like renting, and its not like owning a house. What's it like?