Church of St. John the Baptist To Be Converted Into 30,000 Square Feet Of Retail At 210 West 31st Street, Chelsea

210 West 31st StreetPresent-day 210 West 31st Street, from the 30th Street side. Image via Google Maps.

KBS Capital has entered into contract with Onyx Equities to acquire an 80 percent stake in the Church of St. John the Baptist, a two-story, 23,110-square-foot structure at 210 West 31st Street in Chelsea. KBS and Onyx plan to convert the structure into roughly 30,000 square feet of retail space, The Real Deal reported. The space will be divided between three units, all with space on the ground floor and additional space on the cellar and second levels. A roof patio could also be constructed. KBS is set to pay $39.8 million for the stake. A timeline regarding the sale or construction has not been disclosed. Alteration permits have not been filed at this time.

210 West 31st Street

Present-day 210 West 31st Street, from the 31st Street side. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

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1 Comment on "Church of St. John the Baptist To Be Converted Into 30,000 Square Feet Of Retail At 210 West 31st Street, Chelsea"

  1. The Real Deal reported of retail space, and handing the work converted for ancient church.

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