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160 Leroy’s penthouse could set a downtown Manhattan sales record

Billionaire Michael Rubin is in contract to purchase this sprawling penthouse for about $43 million.

Half of 160 Leroy’s erstwhile $80M penthouse also in contract

The penthouse was on the market for $51 million.

Dumbo hotel owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses sells for $135M

Aby Rosen’s RFR Realty has reportedly purchased the 30-story hotel

Half of 160 Leroy's erstwhile $80M penthouse is now in contract

The second priciest condo at the Herzog & de Meuron-designed undulating West Village building, 160 Leroy, is now in contract.

Lower East Side’s Herzog and de Meuron-designed Public Hotel opens its doors

The latest from hotelier Ian Schrager promises five-star luxury at a more affordable price point.

Herzog & de Meuron's West Village condo gets its undulating shape

In early December last year, the 15-story condo had reached the halfway point, and now it seems just a little over two months later the condo is just three floors from topping out.

Half of 160 Leroy's Original $80M Penthouse Lists For $29.5M

As the demand for enormous, ultra-pricey apartments cools off, so too does developers' interest in having $80 million penthouses sitting on the market for months (or even years) on end. And thus, the penthouse at Ian Schrager's 160 Leroy is halved.

160 Leroy Street's $80M Penthouse Gets Cut In Two

Amid a slowing market for uber-luxury apartments, the penthouse of Herzog & de Meuron's West Village condo has been divided into two less pricey apartments. Other units in the building were also trimmed and reconfigured into more affordable condos.

Work Begins On Ian Schrager's Wavy West Village Condo

Ian Schrager held a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday at the site of his West Village building. The sales reps for the building announced that the development had sold about 60 percent of its units.

Millionaire Developer Implies Rich People Are Ruining NYC

Ian Schrager has made an impressive career boosting the boutique hotel movement and developing multimillion dollar apartments, but now the jack of all trades says that too many rich people in NYC is not a good thing. He's suggested a fix, too, although it may be flawed.

160 Leroy Street Site Prepares For Its Undulating Glass Condo

The future site of Herzog & de Meuron's luxury condo has been razed in preparation for construction. The building is expected to be complete in 2017.

Herzog & de Meuron's 160 Leroy Street Finally Unveils Its Listings

Herzog & de Meuron's 160 Leroy Reveals Quirky Floorplans