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JLL has been hired to sell 515 W. 47th St., a gut renovated apartment property in Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen

JLL Lists Free-Market Apartments in Hell’s Kitchen 

JLL Capital Markets has been retained to arrange the sale of 515 W. 47th St., a 15-unit, free-market apartment building with one ground-floor retail space located a short walk from the Theater District in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. The asking price is $8.5 million. 

Situated on the north side of West 47th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh avenues, the 10,675-square-foot building was gut renovated in 2014. The retail is occupied by The Jolly Goat Coffee Bar. 

The JLL team representing the seller is being led by managing directors Hall Oster and Jonathan Hageman, VP Teddy Galligan and associates Jake Russell and Braedon Gait. 

“515 W. 47th St. enjoys an unrivaled location in a neighborhood with one of the liveliest environments in the city with Broadway and off-Broadway, top restaurants and nightlife,” said Oster. “The property is conveniently located near mass transit and the city’s leading business districts.” 


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JLL's Oster

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