Time Equities, Hamlin Ventures Acquire 34 Prince Street in Manhattan


The renovated 34 Prince Street will feature two townhomes and seven loft-style residential units in Manhattan’s Little Italy neighborhood. (Rendering credit: Marvel Architects).

NEW YORK CITY — Co-developers Time Equities and Hamlin Ventures have acquired 34 Prince Street, the former convent and school of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral complex in Manhattan’s Northern Little Italy neighborhood, for $30.7 million. The joint venture plans to transform the property, which was built in 1825, into a seven luxury condominium residences and two townhomes. Designed by Marvel Architects, the renovated property will feature two townhomes ranging in size from 9,000 to more than 10,000 square feet, and loft residences ranging in size from 2,600 to nearly 5,000 square feet, with many featuring private outdoor space. CORE will handle the sales for the townhomes, which offer home customization options. This acquisition is the second development venture for the team. Its first project, 14 Townhouses, was completed in spring 2014.

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