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Target this week will open a new location in Soho, the company’s 95th store in the greater New York City area. The store, which will be tailored for the surrounding community, will offer an assortment of Target’s top-owned and national brands, as well as a contactless pickup order and same-delivery system. Located at 600 Broadway, the new store will open on Sunday, August 14.
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If you’re in the market for a penthouse, it doesn’t get much more penthouse-y than the AD100-architect-designed, 6,000-square-foot Penthouse IV condominium atop Nolita’s iconic Puck Building at 293 Lafayette Street. At $35,000,000, the princely property is priced accordingly for a mansion-sized four-bedroom sky-palace that includes a gym, bar, home theater, hot tub, and 2,000 square feet of terrace space with an outdoor TV and pergola. Neighbors include Joshua Kushner and Karlie Kloss, who reportedly purchased the building’s largest penthouse, listed at $42.5M, in 2021 (The family’s real estate company, led by Jared Kushner, developed the penthouse collection).
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In the heart of Soho, a historic loft penthouse effortlessly blends original prewar details with modern upgrades, including three enviable separate private outdoor spaces. From the double-height great room and exposed brick to the arched windows and the skylight hanging more than 23 feet above it all, the sprawling two-bedroom home at 477 Broome Street is quintessentially Soho, but with a twist. It’s now available for $3,765,000.
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It doesn’t have to be Valentine’s Day to crave chocolate. But the sugar-coated holiday certainly provides a good excuse to indulge. Far beyond the red-wrapped drugstore box, creating the sweet (or bitter) treat is now recognized as a craft all its own. Chocolate purveyors range from the old-fashioned to the eco-conscious to makers who hand-mix exotic ingredients and flavors. If you’re really hooked, you can make an event of it at a chocolate-themed restaurant, factory tour, or private tasting. Whether you’re looking for a last-minute gift for someone special or just a sweet snack, the New York City establishments listed here have something for every chocolate lover–and you can order online or visit the source right in your borough.
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Located on one of the district’s most urban blocks, 514 Broome Street is the only free-standing townhouse in Soho. This fine example of New York City’s flair for unexpected architecture is on the market for $7,250,000. 6sqft previously featured the three-story townhouse in 2015, when it changed hands for $6.9 million. Shortly after that sale, it appeared on the rental market for $22,500 a month.
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Mayor Eric Adams last week vetoed legislation that would increase fines for residents illegally occupying artist housing in Soho and Noho, a measure passed by the City Council last month alongside the approved neighborhood rezoning. Sponsored by former Council Member Margaret Chin, the bill would increase penalties on non-artist residents of the Joint Living Work Quarters for Artists (JLWQA) zone, which was created in the 1970s to allow artists to legally live in the once manufacturing-heavy area, with fines starting at $15,000 for those without proper certification.
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Mary Trump, Donald Trump’s niece and author of the memoir “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man,” recently bought a 2,250-square-foot three-bedroom unit at the Renzo Piano-designed condominium building at 565 Broome Street for $7 million, as the Wall Street Journal reports. The 2020 book, which delves into the Trump family’s background, has sold more than a million copies.
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Surrounded by a 1,344-square-foot network of lushly landscaped terraces–including a rooftop with a hot tub, outdoor kitchen, shower, and pergola–this duplex penthouse at 15 Renwick Street in Hudson Square feels like a garden in the sky. Asking $8,975,000, the 2,859-square-foot duplex has floor-to-ceiling windows and a windowed kitchen to gaze at the greenery.
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A rendering of West Broadway in Soho, looking downtown; courtesy of City Planning Commission
The New York City Council on Wednesday voted to approve the plan to rezone Soho and Noho, a major policy win for Mayor Bill de Blasio in his final days in office. The rezoning aims to bring about 3,000 new homes, with roughly 900 of them permanently affordable, to the Lower Manhattan neighborhoods, which are two of the wealthiest in the city.
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We’ve been shopping online for what seems like forever, and there’s not a thing wrong with it–except when we crave that amazing experience of finding just the right thing and getting to take it with us now. While brick-and-mortar shops aren’t going away anytime soon, we appreciate the good ones that much more. If you’re lucky enough to live in New York City–where shopping is high art–some of the best shops on the planet could be just around the corner from where you live. You’re sure to find something fabulous for everyone on your list among the local addresses below.
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