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[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Address: 160 East 125th st

Tenants: Vacant

Amount Invested: N/A

Total Square Footage: N/A

Type of Property: commercial

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Two years after it was first announced, Extell’s Pathmark-replacing project in Harlem is finally moving forward, Crain’s reports. Extell purchased the Pathmark building in 2014 for $39 million and subsequently bought out the grocery chain’s lease for $21 million after the company filed for bankruptcy. Extell also purchased the neighboring former U.S. Post Office building for $10 million that year, and by the end of it all had amassed a nearly full block-size property bounded by Lexington and Third Avenues and East 124th and 125th Streets.