Just Listed! 243 Mulberry #4R In Nolita!

243 Mulberry 4R is NOLITA inside and out – mixing hip and historic! The spacious layout allows for a large living area facing west onto Mulberry street and two equal queen-sized bedrooms facing east. The renovated kitchen is well-suited for aspiring chefs and hosting dinner parties and you’ll be impressed by the spa like bathroom. […]

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New 2 Bedroom / 2 Bath Condo Rental At 25 West Houston!

I am excited to announce a new rental listing I’m marketing at 25 West Houston with another agent from Corcoran!  25 West Houston #2C is a 2 bed / 2 bath condo that is 1,589 square feet!  We are asking $10,900 per month.  There is a full time doorman, washer/dryer in unit, concierge, storage in […]

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Will Sales For 565 Broome Affect The Broader Soho Condo Market?

While I was walking home from work tonight, I noticed the sales gallery has launched for 565 Broome Street, a 115 unit condo building that will be on Broome and Varick Street, with expected closings in 2018.  Here is the photo from the sales gallery: Units seem to be selling like hotcakes!  Probably due to […]

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Sales Have Launched For 565 Broome & 42 Crosby Street In Soho

As Soho’s neighborhood & real estate expert, I constantly look online for new listings in the ‘hood.  Two days ago sales launched for two new construction projects in the neighborhood – 565 Broome Street at 42 Crosby Street. 565 Broome Street is in the “West Soho” region and will have similar amenities to 70 Charlton: […]

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Soho Strut X CommonBond – How To Buy A NYC Apartment September 29th!

I’m so excited to be presenting at CommonBond on buying a home in NYC! We know, we know: buying a NYC apartment seems like a pipe dream, especially if you have student debt. Between finding a realtor and getting a mortgage, renting for the rest of your life can sound more appealing. Join CommonBond & […]

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Why Is Every Landlord Hiring Chris Owles To Find A Retail Tenant?

We all know Soho has a huge number of retail vacancies.  The Real Deal reported 95 empty stores in January, but that number is probably higher now.  The blocks between Prince and Broome on Wooster Street & Greene Street have 3+ empty stores in a row in some parts. Walking down Spring and Broome Street, Chris Owles […]

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The Most Popular Condo And Co-Op Buildings In Soho

For a fun project, I wanted to see which condos and co-ops in Soho had the most sales over the past few years.  I ran a report in streeteasy and pasted the results below. Over the past few years, several new condo developments have finished in Soho, which ended up ranking the highest as far as closed […]

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How To Rent An Apartment In Soho

Curbed reported in July that the median rent in Soho/Tribeca was $6,310 per month.  When I saw that price, my mouth dropped.  Pretty much every rental I’ve done in the neighborhood has been under $4,000, mostly being under $3,000 per month. While there are plenty of “no-fee” buildings in Midtown, Upper East & West and Brooklyn […]

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Adidas Originals Store Is Finally Opening Today!

After a year delay (or what felt like it), the old Allouche Gallery is now officially open for business as the Adidas Originals store.  We wrote about the gallery closing in September 2015 and almost immediately after, Adidas put their signage up and started renovating. While the Adidas flagship will still be on Houston & […]

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25 West Houston – Where Kim & Kanye Stay When They Are In NYC

Kim & Kanye are obviously not in NYC right now…if they were, there would be a swarm of paparazzi!  But…when Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are in NYC, they reside at 25 West Houston. SoHo 25 is a 9 story residential condo building that was built in 2004.  Before that, it was a parking lot. There are […]

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You Can Now Get La Colombe Coffee At 5 Places ON THE SAME BLOCK!

Todd Carmichel, the founder of La Colombe, is a GENIUS.  By working with local cafe’s and coffee shops, La Colombe coffee has a monopoly in Soho. With a recent investment from Chobani (rumors of a $28M investment last year that Chobani’s founder Hamdi Ulukaya is the sole investor) La Colombe has been expanding all over […]

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The Cursed Restaurant Street Corner – Combina Is Closed

When Taka Taka closed (a Japanese / Mexican fusion restaurant) it was around a year before another restaurant ventured to take its place.  During that time, the block of Grand between West Broadway and Thompson changed significantly.  Two big changes were the Nike private training studio and Cat Cafe opening. When Combina (Israeli / Spanish fusion […]

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More Retail Closings On West Broadway: Diesel Kids & Just Cavalli!

While retail brokers will talk about how well business on West Broadway is, evidence tells another story. Over the weekend, Just Cavalli and Diesel Kids closed.  The “West Side” of West Broadway is turning into a grave yard (several galleries have closed between Prince and Houston this year as well) Just Cavalli (434 West Broadway) […]

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Indochino’s Soho Flagship Moved Across The Street

Indochino announced its launch into the Brick & Mortar world two years ago (September 2014) at 435 Broome Street. They, along with Birchbox & Bonobos made their debuts. Last month, Indochino re-opened in a new location across the street at 424 Broome. Do you know any other re-locations in the neighborhood?  Let me know at […]

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Whats Up With All The Apartments For Sale At 196 Sixth Avenue?

While the NY Post is writing about a celebrity selling their apartment at 196 Sixth Avenue, I would like to point out there must be something serious going on with the building at 196 Sixth Avenue. Currently 3 out of 20 apartments are on the market (#1E, #3A, #4A) and already in 2016, 3 other […]

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