Real Estate Wire: Sales Launch at Chetrit’s Midtown Tower; Views from the Top of 432 Park

July 30, 2014
  • An Italian family has scooped up the NYC Church Missions House for $50M-plus. Luxury condos and retail are reportedly planned at landmarked 281 Park Avenue South structure. [TRD]
  • LIVWRK has closed on a Red Hook building for $21.5M. The property recently housed a ship engine repair company. [CO]
  • Vornado puts 1740 Broadway up for sale. The real estate investment trust could fetch about $600 million for the block-long, 26-story office complex. [Crain’s]
  • Bushwick may get a “grittier” Chelsea Market. [Curbed]
  • 432 Park recently surpassed its 1,000-foot mark, and when complete it will be a 1,397-foot supertall. A new video offers up views from the top of the tower and a behind the scenes look at construction workers on the job. [Curbed]
  • Tomorrow morning, attorneys for Silverstein Properties will present their case for turning a two-acre Hudson Yards site into a 1,100-foot-tall residential and commercial tower to the Department of City Planning. [CO]
  • Sales have launched at Chetrit’s Midtown tower located at 135 West 52nd Street. Units start at $1.5M. [TRD]

135 West 52nd Street (left); 432 Park (right)

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