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    Default 351-357 Broadway (Between Leonard & Franklin)

    Several buildings located at 351, 353, 355, and 357 Broadway between Leonard and Franklin have been sold and vacated:












    Property records indicate that all three buildings were sold to 353-357 BROADWAY LLC for a total of $85.6 Million plus additional air rights from 357 Broadway for $8 million

    Perhaps someone more skilled can calculate the amount of available square footage on this project and can possibly dig up what they are planning to build. These are the sales records I found:

    351 Broadway (lot 36) - 2/26/15 - $21,000,000
    http://a836-acris.nyc.gov/DS/Documen...15030301026001

    353 Broadway (lot 35) - 8/14/15 - $37,018,593
    http://a836-acris.nyc.gov/DS/Documen...14081100209004

    355-357 Broadway (lot 34) - 8/15/14 - $27,636,670
    http://a836-acris.nyc.gov/DS/Documen...14081100209003

    353 to 359 Broadway (lots 33-35) - 8/15/14 - $8,072,817 (100% Air Rights)
    http://a836-acris.nyc.gov/DS/Documen...14081100209006

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    Related article from last year:

    Another Deli Is Closing
    http://tribecacitizen.com/2014/10/22...li-is-closing/


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    Quote Originally Posted by GordonGecko View Post
    Related article from last year:

    Another Deli Is Closing
    http://tribecacitizen.com/2014/10/22...li-is-closing/


    Great! That building is crap.

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    Those buildings were bought by Toll Brothers. I read that it is to be a 19 story building, 98 luxury apartments. Construction to start summer of 2016 and building should be completed in 2018.

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    geez, you'd thing they would be leasing the ground retail for a short term period instead of leaving it vacant. At least give the deli a one year extension.

    what a waste

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    Demolition has begun. Update from Tribeca Citizen:



    source: http://tribecacitizen.com/2015/10/20...or-124-hudson/

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    There are so many stunning old buildings in this area. It will be great to lose these eyesores.

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