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Historic SoHo Townhouse Listed by Marcus & Millichap

A Marcus & Millichap multifamily investment sales team of Barbara Dansker and Zachary Ziskin is representing the ownership of 53 Wooster St., a vacant townhouse between Grand and Broome streets in the heart of SoHo. The asking price was not disclosed; Zillow data put it at approximately $8 million.

“53 Wooster Street offers investors, users and developers the incredibly rare opportunity to acquire a vacant SoHo townhouse with flexible uses, commercial development rights, flagship potential and Landmarks Preservation Commission-approved plans for a rooftop extension,” said Ziskin. “The flexible nature of this extraordinary asset will command the attention to a diverse group of clienteles.”

The circa-1825 townhouse is part of the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District. According to the property’s Zillow listing, possible uses include a single-family home, office/showroom, live/work, or a flagship location for a boutique retailer or business professional.

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