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ABS sells off Tribeca development site

By Lois Weiss | August 12, 2014 | 9:16pm

After decades of family ownership, Alan S. Cohen and Adam Maxson of ABS Partners have sold the development site at 353 and 355-357 Broadway between Leonard and Franklin streets.

The $73 million price-tag includes the air rights from No. 359, which the family is retaining. It was the family’s first building and, in 1853, the site of Civil War photographer Matthew Brady’s studio.

The pricing for the 10,965-square-foot site was $550 for each of its 132,780 buildable square feet.

With a 210-foot height limitation, the future project can still grow by roughly another 50,000 square feet and the buyers are quietly adding transferable air rights to the mix.


It’s great to see this junk come down!



Dec 11, 2015


Feb 5, 2016


JULY 1st!!!

This masterpiece across the street is being converted to condos.




Are you familiar with that clock tower, VG? It is stunning!

Here’s the NB app:


No not at all! I’m going have to check it out.


That whole stretch of Broadway has utterly stunning buildings.

This building has relatively small footprint on B’Way, but it extends far back to the east.

Here’s the B’Way side.

The big columns at street level are stunning.


“Tribeca Citizen” blog had an update this morning

The demolition of 351-355 Broadway is complete. Love the ghost windows at the rear. Still no rendering for the forthcoming 19-story building, which will be called 91 Leonard (because its entrance will be at a tiny sliver on Leonard).


Still empty lot as of 9/26.


Oct 25






Thx for the update, Tec








Nice update, Way