A Note in Tribeca: $30 M.

The home of our beloved Spin magazine has sold to the Laboz family, who appear to have designs on greater respectability.

The senior note on 408-410 Broadway just sold for $30 million to United American Land, the Laboz family’s company. They will now lease the majority of the property to Professional Business College, a Chinatown-based school, which we imagine will bring a rather different vibe.

The five-story building, with its distinctive Italianate façade and which was formerly owned by Vanick Properties, recently underwent a major core renovation in 2007, but likely it will still get a bit of a touch-up.

 

 

Cushman & Wakefield‘s New York Capital Markets Group, led by Steve Kohn, Helen Hwang, Nat Rockett, Karen Wiedenmann and Mark Ehlinger, represented the lender. Newmark Knight Frank‘s Justin DiMare represented the purchaser. 

lkusisto@observer.com

 

 

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