Former One Direction member turned solo artist Harry Styles seems to have acquired an apartment in Tribeca's popular 443 Greenwich st. The Real Deal reports that a trust linked to Syles purchased the $8.71 million 2,868 square feet apartment, which has 3 bedrooms and 3-and-a-half baths.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and her "ex" Chris Martin - lead singer of the band "Coldplay" - have just listed their Tribeca home with an ask of $14.25 million. They bought for a mere $5.1M their love nest back in 2007, which has since undergone a total interior revamp by star designers Roman & Williams.
Related Companies' 70 Vestry Street condo-offering plan has just been recently approved, expecting a sellout volume of $700 million, according to theRealDeal. The 47 apartments will fetch an average price of a whopping $14 million apiece.
One Eleven Murray Street—being developed by Fisher Brothers and The Witkoff Group—just released their teaser site. All indications are that it’s going to unleash its apartments to the market soon. The condominium development will contain 139 apartments covering 66 floors, with an average unit comprising 2,627 square feet. Unit designs will range from studios up to five-bedroom apartments. The building will have a total of 365,162 square feet of residential floor space.
The highest closed deal ever below Canal Street was a penthouse at 14 Hudson Street for $30.55 million in 2009, which, of course, is now back on the market with an asking price of $48 million. Well, that sounds like a lot, but 443 Greenwich Street—with its uber-luxury penthouse—could smash the record and set a new benchmark.
The Brooklyn Nets forward and NBA All-Star Paul Pierce has just moved into a sprawling condo in Tribeca’s chic Franklin Tower for a cool $35,000 a month—which, yes, makes it look like he’s snubbing his team’s borough.
The former Boston Celtics star is renting a 5,000-square-foot loft that features an impressive array of 28 windows, four bedrooms, and even a fabulous wood-burning fireplace.
Retired New York Giant and current “Live! With Kelly and Michael”host Michael Strahan is having a difficult time selling his $2.25 million Tribeca loft at 25 Murray Street. He just put it on the market for the second time.
Tribeca reigns supreme! In a new list detailing median New York City apartment prices by Zumper, Tribeca came in as most expensive with one bedrooms running $4,200 a month and two bedrooms going for $7,695.
Financing problems and an arrested development seem long forgotten as Franklin Place, formerly known as 5 Franklin Place, just released new renderings and put ten units on the market.
Originally designed by Dutch architect Ben Van Berkels, Franklin Place was a dark and rather gloomy-looking building but, admittedly, it was unique. The New York–based architecture firm ODA is responsible for the new design and apparently took an entirely different approach choosing a more conventional design.
Guns N’ Roses frontman, Axl Rose, is out and about hunting for an apartment in downtown New York. The “Knockin’ on Heaven’s” door singer had previously rented a place in Tribeca and, according to the New York Post, said that he “likes the people” in New York. So the logical consequence would be a permanent place, and a rep for Axl has confirmed that he is in fact looking for something more permanent.
Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams has bought a $15.8 million Tribeca apartment inside the Merchants House at 35 North Moore Street. Deron also made quite a good deal as the apartment was listed for $1.1 million more. Enough bucks to get a nice renovation/personalization done, even though the apartment already looks nice with its minimalistic, white design.
The nearly 4-year delayed construction at 56 Leonard Street in Tribeca has been backed by a $350 million loan. Seven banks, led by Bank of America, granted the loan. The developer, Alexico Group, purchased the site from New York Law School for $135.5 million and set the foundations of the building three years ago.
New-Zealand-born Supermodel Kylie Bax, whose beautiful face is on more than twenty Vogue covers, has listed her Tribeca Duplex for $3.1 million. This Kiwi model and mother of two, still has a house in Greece, Los Angeles and recently moved to Sidney, Australia with her family. Kylie purchased two apartments in the building in 2008 for a total of $2.1 million, combined them into a duplex and did extensive renovations.
The financial crisis that destroyed anything and everything in its path included 56 Leonard Street. The result was a delay of nearly 4 years with the foundation having been set three years ago and with no work being done since. The wait is over and the construction work is expected to begin next week on the innovatively designed building. Being developed by Alexico and designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the building endured a good amount of criticism.