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Colonnade to convert Tribeca warehouse to mixed use

Mark Maurer reports for The Real Deal. Tribeca-centric developer Colonnade Group wants to convert the landmarked former warehouse for the Pearl Paint home-improvement and craft store into a mixed-use building. The developer paid $9.2 million for the five-story building at 42-46 Lispenard Street, between Church Street and Broadway, in October. Plans call for the red 13,216-square-foot building to gain ground-floor retail. Four full-floor apartments will have ceilings of at least 12 feet, with 24-foot ceilings for the penthouse. The project is set to break ground early next year, according to BuzzBuzzHome. Colonnade is at work on a three-unit residential conversion at 174 Duane Street, which would add one story to the four-story building, as previously reported.  

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