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Wanna be Tenaglia's landlord?

Discussion in 'House Room' started by mondo, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. mondo

    mondo TRIBE Promoter

    The building that houses Arc, at 6 Hubert Street, is up for sale for a mere $18 million. Arc's Mike Bindra says that the building has been up for grabs for a while, and it won't likely affect his venue.


    Neighborhood: Tribeca/ 6 Hubert Street
    (Between Hudson Street & Collister Street)


    Unit: 3 Story Landmark Building

    Size: 15,000 sf on each floor plus basement

    Description: This entire building, built for American
    Express in the early 20th century, is now
    available for sale. Featuring dramatic space
    on four levels with exposed brick, hardwood
    floors, arched windows, 8 skylights, 15,000
    SF Cabaret and many architectural details.
    Fronting on four streets, this building
    provides an unrivaled presence in TriBeca!
    A prime location for conversion to residential
    condo's... live upstairs and party downstairs! :)

    Number Of Floors: 3

    Price: $18 Million :D

    Possession: Immediate

    Frontage: Laight Street - 75 ft
    Hudson Street - 25 ft
    Collister Street - 66 ft
    Hubert Street - 176 ft

    Buildable Footage: 75,000 sf

    Zoning: M1-5

    Neighboring Tenants: The Atalanta, The Ice House, The Hubert
     
  2. oeretS

    oeretS TRIBE Member

    dude, 6 Hubert St has been for sale forever. Its always been for sale, the price is just way too steep
     
  3. mondo

    mondo TRIBE Promoter



    ... well I didn't know that it was common knowledge. I've researched some properties out there and it just seems that owning is a lot better than renting. $5000usd a month for a 1200 sq.ft apartment?? That's around $8000cdn- $96,000 for the year in rent.
    ...brooklyn is where it's at anyway, screw living in the city.
     

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