Published On: Tue, Dec 8th, 2015

Jeff Greene finally files 100 Vandam plans

Resi conversion would hold 62 units averaging 2, 450 sf each

 

Jeff Greene (credit: Chance Yeh) and rendering of 100 Vandam Street in Hudson Square (credit: COOKFOX)

 

 

Jeff Greene’s residential conversion of 100 Vandam Street in Hudson Square is finally moving forward, after the billionaire investor filed permit applications Monday with the city’s Department of Buildings.

Greene is seeking to expand the existing six-story, 55, 300-square-foot commercial building on the site into a 24-story, 156, 600-square-foot condo building, and the filing provides a couple new details regarding the project. The COOKFOX-designed property is slated to hold 62 residential units across more than 152, 000 square feet of space – or more than 2, 450 square feet per unit — and will also feature an additional 2, 300 square feet of ground-level retail.

Read the full story at The Real Deal, by Rey Mashayekhi

 

READ MORE: Jeff Greene

Billionaire Jeff Greene with yacht

Billionaire Jeff Greene‘s libel suit against the Tampa Bay Times and Miami Herald newspapers is still on after a court-ordered mediation in the case didn’t result in a settlement. Times attorney Alison More…

Jeff Greene beverly hills

Billionaire Jeff Greene really did believe that he can get $195 million for his California estate, which just so happens to be the most expensive listing for a residential property in American More…

Jeff Greene

Billionaire investor and real estate developer Jeff Greene spent $31 million to buy two West Palm Beach properties from BBX Capital. Seen as a strategic move, Greene now controls virtually all the land surrounding More…

Jeff Greene

Billionaire Jeff Greene, who got a lot of media attention when he said the average American should tighten his or her belt and expect less, claimed he was misquoted by a reporter in Davos. Greene told CNBC that More…

Billionaire Jeff Greene with yacht

Jeff Greene, who profited from widespread misfortune when he bet against sub-prime mortgage securities prior to the financial crisis (well at least he wasn’t profiting from them) said Americans should tighten More…

Jeff Greene beverly hills

Billionaire Jeff Greene really does believe that he can get $195 million for his California estate, which just so happens to be the most expensive listing for a residential property in American history. The 59 More…

GETTY-jeff+greene

Jeff Greene has been a big buyer of property, mainly office and condos, in West Palm Beach, but this time, he sold rather than bought and has doubled his investment. Palm Beach Post reports that Greene sold 26 More…

Coldwell Banker Previews International Palazzo di Amore

Jeff Greene looks to set an American real estate record with the sale of his California estate. Palazzo di Amore is set to sell for $195 million, the most ever for a private residence in the U.S. Located in Beverly More…

 

Read more about: , ,

About the Author

Wordpress site Developed by Fixing WordPress Problems