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A Private Pool At The Schumacher; 'Burg's 'Chelsea Market'

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NOHO?New conversion The Schumacher hit the market in June, and of its 20 boutique units, four are duplexes or triplexes dubbed "mansions." And in those mansions, buyers can choose whether they want an indoor pool, wine cellar, or theater. (Decisions, decisions!) Above is a brand-spankin'-new rendering of what one would look like with an indoor pool. Art collector Alberto Mugrabi has already snapped up two of these mansions to make a giant combo unit, another is in contract, and there's only one other one left on the market, listed at $9.5 million. [CurbedWire Inbox; official; previously]

WILLIAMSBURG?Speculation has floated our way about a new Chelsea Market in Long Island City, but it looks like Williamsburg might get its own version first. An email blast from broker Ripco reveals that it is seeking tenants to fill about 6,000 square feet of basement and ground-floor retail space at 109 South Fifth Street, between Berry and Bedford avenues. An excerpt of the pitch (weird capitalization theirs): "TheArtisan, designed by the same architect behind Chelsea Market, is an enclosed collection of shops and restaurants. Tying together theArtisan concept of Food, Shopping, and the Arts, this will be a lifestyle destination that fosters the same synergy created by Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Flea. The difference, this can be yours long-term, 365 days per year. Seeking creative local shops and restaurants." The retail space is situated below an office building housing 50 companies, and landlords are "[s]eeking a creative blend to include restaurant, cafe, gallery, artisinal market, florist, accessories, craft beer, wine and liquor boutique." [CurbedWire Inbox]


CROWN HEIGHTS?The 140,000-square-foot Annabelle Selldorf-designed office space co-founded by our blogger pal-turned-developer Jonathan Butler over at Brownstoner (also of Brooklyn Flea fame) has started leasing. What's cool about 1000 Dean is that next year there will be a food and beer hall at the ground level, to "serve as a dining hall and meeting place for the office building as well as the neighborhood." Rents range from $1,500 to $3,000 per month for spaces between 500 and 32,000 square feet; occupancy is expected to begin in October. Gothamist has more photos. [CurbedWire Inbox; official; previously]

The Schumacher

36 Bleecker Street, New York, NY