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Bubble tea resource gone; building for sale

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A. wrote in despair: her resources for bubble tea have dried up now that both Kung Fu on Greenwich and Jupioca on Chambers have closed. Kung Fu still has two outlets in Chinatown, and one at 9 Broadway, but the only bubble tea resources I know of in Tribeca are the Jupioca on Church and Jr. Sushi. Chime in if you know better and help a gal (A., that is) out. (One *can* make it oneself, by boiling tapioca balls and following these instructions from Food&Wine. But not sure that’s the point.)

Turns out the former Kung Fu space now has what looks like an office tenant — Berger Fink LLP, commercial real estate litigators — and the entire building is for sale for a little less than $10 million. It is described in the listing as a 6,600-square-foot villa/townhouse built in 1861, with nine bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and a potential roofdeck. But what it is actually is a five-story building with four free market (meaning no rent stabilized units) floor-through apartments with keyed elevator access. The listing says they are looking for “value-add investors,” whatever that means…

 



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