We have a proven track record delivering successful real estate projects - from residential to commercial, retail to mixed-use.

34 W 17th St, Manhattan

 

A 25,000 square foot historic building, located in the Flatiron district, converted from commercial loft space into full-floor luxury residences. The renovation stays true to architect Samuel Sass’ 1907 vision while offering ultra-modern conveniences designed by Hustvedt Cutler Architects. Purchased in 2015, the project, marketed as the Paper Box Building, launched sales in 2016 and exceeded absorption expectations.

 

 

481 Washington St, Manhattan

 

A 45,000 square foot vacant warehouse in Tribeca, converted into fifteen spectacular residences with unobstructed views of the Hudson river and a retail space. Bought in 2009, completely sold out in 2012, the project provided a substantial return on equity.

 

 

12 E 63 St, Manhattan

 

A 12,000 square foot multi-family building in the Upper East Side, converted into a single-family residence with a new landmark approved limestone and roman brick facade. Started in 2009 as part of a joint venture and sold in 2010.

 

 

569 LAFAYETTE AVENUE, BROOKLYN

 

A historic Brooklyn townhouse extensively renovated and rebuilt into a 4,000 square foot four story brick 2-family house.  The existing façade was completely replaced, and the structure was upgraded to accommodate a roof deck.  The design goal was to recreate historic details found in 19th century Brooklyn architecture.  

 
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158-164 Cook Street, brooklyn

 

Newly constructed 12,000 square foot warehouses in east Williamsburg. The property was purchased in a distressed condition in 2007 and sold to a local industrial development agency in 2012 for a price per square foot that exceeded any other sales in the East Williamsburg sub-market at the time.
 

 
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