47 Greene Street and President & CEO of Acadia Realty Trust Kenneth F. Bernstein (Credit: Google Maps)UPDATE, Monday, Oct. 28, 2019, 2:45 p.m.: Soho has been one of Manhattan’s more troubled retail corridors in recent years. But, anticipating a rebound, Acadia Realty Trust has been scooping up storefronts in the neighborhood, particularly along Greene Street.In its third-quarter filing Thursday, the real estate investment trust said it had closed on another $25.1 million of its previously announced plans to acquire some $122 million worth of retail assets along Greene Street. The new acquisitions cover seven properties with an average remaining lease term of six years, one executive said on an earnings call this summer. Newmark Knight Frank’s Brian Segall and George Martinecz were the sole brokers on the transactions.Earlier in the year, Rye, N.Y.-based Acadia said it planned to buy $97 million worth of retail assets in Soho. Acadia upped that commitment in July when it announced having picked up 47 Greene Street, a 7,200-square-foot property leased to fashion brand Theory, for $24.8 million in an off-market deal from seller EMP Capital Group. That comes out to nearly $3,450 per square foot.ADVERTISEMENTIn April, Premier Equities and Thor Equities sold the retail space at 51 Greene Street to Acadia for $14.6 million.As of the end of the third quarter, $74.4 million of its under-contract deals — four contiguous buildings on Greene Street — have closed. Acadia said it expects the rest to close next year.Acadia’s plan is to aggregate clusters of buildings “to curate these streets with the right mix of tenants. This creates a powerful portfolio,” president and CEO Kenneth Bernstein said during the company’s earnings call. “Additionally, we have found that when vacancies dry up, when scarcity and the rules of supply and demand kick in, well, rents grow.”The retail play comes as New York’s retail market remains bifurcated, with some neighborhoods faring better than others as retailers grapple with waves of tenant bankruptcies and store closures.An August report issued by the city found that the retail vacancy rate for Soho/Noho was higher than the city’s average of 11.6 percent. The city did not include Greene Street in its analysis of the neighborhood — it looked at Broadway, West Broadway and Broome, Lafayette, Mulberry, Prince, Houston and Spring streets — but found the vacancy along those streets to be 13.8 percent.That’s not as bad as Canal Street’s 25.9 percent, though far from the top-performing neighborhood of Jackson Heights, where the rate was just 5.1 percent.Another measure of retail real estate in Manhattan, brokerage firm CBRE’s third-quarter market report, also found that Soho was a challenged area for retail. Though CBRE, too, did not focus on Greene Street, the firm found that Broadway in Soho saw a 14.9 percent drop in asking rents in the third quarter from the quarter before, to $486 per square foot. That was the first time that rents had dipped below $500 per square foot since 2011.Acadia reported net income of $31.7 million for the first nine months of the year. That’s up about 30 percent year over year. The occupancy rate for its portfolio was 93.5 percent, and the firm also reported inking leases at 154 Spring Street and 135 Prince Street, also in Soho.A representative for Acadia did not immediately return a request for comment.Correction: A previous version of this story spelled the name of the seller of 47 Greene Street incorrectly. The story has since been updated. This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Now
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Three people have died as a result of a spike in meningitis cases in Ireland in the past two weeks.The HSE is warning the public to be extra vigilant regarding meningococcal meningitis/septicaemia due to a rise in infections. Eleven cases were notified to the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) since the last week in December. Three patients have died as a direct result of the disease.Dr Suzanne Cotter, Specialist in Public Health Medicine, HSE Health Protection Surveillance Centre said: “If anyone has any concerns about meningitis they should ring their GP in the first instance. Meningitis and septicaemia often happen together and symptoms can appear in any order. Some may not appear at all. “Early symptoms can include; fever, headache, vomiting, diarrhoea, muscle pain, stomach cramps, fever with cold hands and feet and a rash, but do not wait for the rash to appear. If someone is ill and getting worse, get medical help immediately.“Parents of children should also check that they are up-to-date regarding their childhood meningococcal vaccinations.”Meningitis is a serious illness involving inflammation of the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. It can be caused by a variety of different germs, mainly bacterial and viruses.The illness occurs most frequently in young children and adolescents, usually as isolated cases. Bacterial meningitis or septicaemia requires urgent antibiotic treatment. The HSE reports that all age groups, from infants to elderly, have been affected in recent cases. Meningitis warning issued after three deaths in Ireland was last modified: January 10th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:HSEmeningitis
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