Google’s $2.5B deal for Chelsea Market is second-largest ever in NYC

Google’s $2.5B deal for Chelsea Market is second-largest ever in NYC

Just call it Alphabet Alley. Google, whose parent company is now named Alphabet, is buying everyone’s favorite Chelsea Market from Jamestown for a price that sources say will hit — if not top — an astounding $2.5 billion. At that altitude, the deal will become the second-largest full single-asset sale ever in the Big Apple. The $2.8 billion sale of the GM Building in 2007 is No. 1. Google previously bought 111 Eighth Ave. in...

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