Work continues on the Juice Generation store that will open on Astor Place in the Village. The website just says coming soon. Looks like we will have to wait a bit longer to get our Almond butter bliss bowls. This will be a great, high traffic location for them.
The Author- Brian Silvestry , a licensed real estate broker, has been selling residential and commercial real estate since 1999. He has sold in every Manhattan market from Battery Park City to Washington Heights.
A West Village townhouse purchased in 2012 for $5.8 million has entered the market at $12.5 million. The owner James Oakley hired designer Fernando Santangelo and completed a high end renovation of a property that was already in a good condition. The result is home inspired by Italy’s finest properties and with tons of light thanks to a rear glass wall. Radiant heat as well as high ceilings and a lovely roofdeck with West Village views are among the many features the next buyer will enjoy in this home.
Yes, that’s true. There are a few buildings that have zero or very little maintenance charges. Several are mentioned in the NYT Sunday article in the real estate section. How does this come about? Well, thanks to rising retail rents in neighborhoods like Soho and the West Village, the maintenance charges are almost zero
Greystone along with Continental Properties and Itzahki properties are developing condos within the landmarked West Village historic district at 130 7th avenue south. Greystone has just acquired a major interest in this project and according to reports they will develp condos of approximately 2500 square foot. Based on the zoning, it appears they will develop 2-3 condos on top of retail. Continue reading 130 7th avenue,West Village new condos coming→