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Not-Yet-Converted 62 Wooster Hits the Market for $125M

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Florida billionaire Jeff Greene's condo conversion of 62 Wooster Street has been in the works for years—it has been taken from a version where every apartment would have a private pool to the current version, where just the penthouse has a private pool—but now Greene is looking to selling the property, having put it on the market for $125 million. It is not clear how much of the actual physical conversion (possibly all of it?) remains to be done, as Greene tells the Daily News that he has spent almost $40 million on the project, which the paper describes as "almost at the finish line." However, the listing with Cushman & Wakefield (above), which since seems to have disappeared, describes the building as "ready to be converted into condominiums if desired." Greene purchased the property in 2011 for $26.27 million.
· Billionaire mogul Jeff Greene wants $125M for SoHo building he bought for $26M four years ago [NYDN]
· 62 Wooster coverage [Curbed]

62 Wooster Street

62 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012