1. 48 Spring and 46 Prince Streets

    February 1994

    48 Spring is the first building purchased and still managed by Veracity Management located on the corner of the busy and vibrant Spring & Mulberry Streets. Home to the famous Spring Lounge, this building is rich in history and features modernized luxury apartments. 46 Prince Street is a turn of the century mixed-use building with 15 renovated residential units and commercial tenant, the famous John Fluevog shoes on the ground floor retail.

  2. 29 Prince Street

    September 2001

    Nolita’s first luxury condominiums built with full floor apartments and elevator entry and central AC, as well as terraces and fireplaces in each unit.

  3. 199 Lafayette

    Purchase of six commercial units at grade level with spaces ranging from 1,000 sq. ft. to 5,000 sq. ft. retail and restaurant spaces with over 300 feet of frontage. This property lives right in the crossroads of NoLita and SoHo.

  4. 31 Prince and 26 Prince Streets

    Two Turn of the century mixed-use buildings with recently renovated units that are either one or two bedroom. These units have been converted into modern standards with built-in closets, modernized kitchens, washer and dryer in each unit.

  5. 51 Walker Street

    Fully renovated luxury condo building in Tribeca with fourteen loft condominiums. a townhouse-style first floor unit and a full-floor penthouse, ranging from 1,550 to 3,031 square feet.

  6. 232 Mott Street & 378 Broadway

    232 Mott, purchased and converted into luxury rentals featuring ultra-luxury finishes, Varenna Kitchens and Oversized Windows that provide great natural light. 378 Broadway retail corner boasts 200 feet of frontage currently occupied by Harley Davidson.

  7. The Nolitan Hotel, 38-30 Parsons Boulevard

    September 2007

    The first luxury boutique hotel to open in Nolita, the Nolitan is a modern yet richly appointed hotel that blends a residential ambience with technology and personalized service. Located in the diverse Flushing neighborhood, 38-30 Parons features 40 residential units, 7,000 square feet of retail space and underground parking.

  8. 111 Mercer Street

    A cast iron building in historic SoHo district, this previously dilapidated structure was purchased and renovated to ultra luxury standards, with elevator and virtual doorman and was recently awarded the SARA award for architectural design excellence.

  9. 146 Mulberry Street

    146 Mulberry is one of the most famous mixed use buildings in the heart of New York City's SoHo/Little Italy District. Home to Angelo's restaurant, Little Italy's oldest Italian restaurant.

  10. 7 Rivington, 100-102 Forsyth, and 59 Thompson Street

    7 Rivington is home to Loreley's bar on the lower east side, with a five story walk up above grade and 16 residential units. 100-102 Forsyth consists of two contiguous 5-story mixed-use buildings with 36 residential units and 8 stores. 59 Thompson Street is located in the residential heart of SoHo, with 36 residential and 2 commercial units.

  11. 137 Thompson Street

    A well located soho building that was purchase and renovate with a modern feel and urban setting featuring Central HVAC and high ceilings with a timeless elegance and many different styles of units townhouses units with gardens to one and two bedrooms with lofts and terrace .