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MXU Hits the Market in “Supply-Constrained” West Village

A newly-renovated mixed-use property at 100 Christopher St. in the West Village has come to market with an asking price of $42 million. Rosewood Realty Group and Meridian Investment Sales have the exclusive listing.

Meridian Senior Executive Managing Director David Schechtman and Managing Directors Lipa Lieberman and Abie Kassin are representing the seller, with the assistance of Rosewood’s Aaron Jungreis, Brendan Cohen and Joshua Gruber. The 21,000-square-foot property contains 36 free-market rental apartments, along with Rag & Bone in the ground-floor retail space, one of the fashion label’s 40 stores worldwide.

“The property enjoys a strong in-place cash flow, allowing investors to benefit from a turn-key building that will continue to appreciate in the historic West Village neighborhood,” said Schechtman. “The distinct property emits charm and character, which will help maintain its status as the preferred option for residents seeking housing in this supply-constrained area.”

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