SoHo Real Estate :: Ogdengroup


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Since 2003, David Ogden has been a pioneer in the real estate industry as Vice President, Associate Broker and consistently one of the top producing agents at Mark David & Company conveniently located in SoHo, the epicenter and pulse of downtown Manhattan. To date, Ogden has garnered over 400 rental transactions and over $20M in sales.

A native to Chicago, his passion and zest for New York and the abundance of architectural design beckoned him to this real estate metropolis over 10 years ago.

Since relocating to New York, Ogden has ushered in the era of the hybrid agent with cross-pollination in leasing, residential sales and commercial properties (specifically investment sales).

Ogden along with a select team of professionals also offers consultations in real estate marketing for developers. The collaborative efforts and individual expertise of Ogden and team is an alliance poised to deliver cohesive strategies to campaign, market and sell investment properties.

Ogden's business acumen is founded upon core principles that drive his success. His passion for real estate, transparent, trustworthy service and leading edge industry knowledge enable a synergistic practice that delivers and fosters impeccable client relationships.

With a centralized focus on the SoHo, NoHo and Downtown areas of Manhattan and affection for New York real estate as a whole, Ogden is known as the ‘will do’ agent with a relentless commitment to the service he provides.

Ogden is also active in community service and volunteer programs. Other interests include travel, golf, outdoor activities and he is also currently learning German.

David Ogden is forecast to continue his lead as Manhattan real estate maven and currently involved in projects expanding his business through multi-city and global endeavors.

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SoHo Real Estate :: Ogdengroup

  1. 1. SOHO<br />The Pulse of the New Manhattan<br />David Ogden<br />Vice President | Associate Broker<br />T: 212.775.6118 | M: 646.234.1629<br /><br /><br />
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  3. 3. SoHo<br />SoHo the new nexus of New York City, originally associated with the arts, has become famous for both destinationshopping and its downtown scene. <br />It is an archetypal example of inner-city regeneration and gentrification, encompassing socio-economic, cultural, political and architectural developments<br />
  4. 4. History<br />Lispernard’s MeadowsTaken from the N.E. corner of the present Broadway & Spring St.Drawn by A. Anderson, 1785<br />Manhattan in the 1600s was covered with grassy hills, streams, meadows, forests, and marshes. Trails through this wilderness connected six Indian villages.<br />To understand fully present-day SoHo, it is helpful to imagine the past and to picture the farms, theaters, and hotels that once existed here. <br />
  5. 5. History<br />The early 1800s was an elegant period in SoHo&apos;s history. Principally residential, the neighborhood was first inhabited by the wealthy and soon after by the middle class<br />In due time, rapid development attracted many business enterprises. Hotels and theaters, elegant stores, stately mansions, minstrel halls, gambling casinos, and brothels sprang up along Broadway.<br />
  6. 6. Location<br />The name is a blend of &quot;South“ and &quot;Houston“ from &quot;south of Houston Street“. The official historical district from 1973 together with Houston to the north, is north of Canal Street, and between West Broadway and Crosby Streets<br />
  7. 7. Artists<br />Artists such as Phillip Glass, Twyla Tharp, Nam June Paik, Meredith Monk, Chuck Close,plus many others helped create the ideal situation to make SoHo the Nexus of creative activity for a very magical time in the 1960&apos;s. SoHo came to represent the hip, avant garde scene.<br />
  8. 8. Celebrities<br />What do Madonna, Sean Penn and Keira Knightley have in common? <br /> They all have worked in movies right here in Soho!!<br />SoHo has been used as a location to such movies as:<br />Men In Black (Will Smith), <br />Ghost (Demi Moore, Patrick Swayze), Unfaithful (Diane Lane, Richard Gere), <br />Hitch (Will Smith, Eva Mendez), <br />Little Nicky (Adam Sandler), <br />Spiderman (Tobey Maguire. Kirsten Dunst), <br />Raising Helen (Kate Hudson, Garry Marshall Director), <br />After Hours (Griffin Dunne, Martin Scorcese Director)<br />
  9. 9. Real Estate<br />Mainly old but very solid buildings with elaborate architectural designs. SoHo boasts the greatest collection of cast-iron architecture in the world<br />Known for its LOFT’s, originally attracted artists, photographers and designers who preferred to live and work in the same space.<br /><ul><li>Many buildings have developed into main-floor retail businesses for tenants.</li></li></ul><li>Real Estate<br />Similar to Noho, Soho revels in its unique architecture. <br />Many beautiful buildings abound in different styles such as Victorian Gothic, Neo-Greco, and Italianate.<br />The residents in this neighborhood are mostly well-to-do professionals, artists and many celebrities live here as well. <br />
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  14. 14. Hotels<br />Mercer Hotel<br />Trump Hotel<br />
  15. 15. Hotels<br />SoHo Grand Hotel<br />60 Thompson Hotel<br />
  16. 16. The Crosby<br />
  17. 17. Shopping<br />The sidewalks in this area are often crowded with tourists and with vendors selling jewelry, t-shirts, and other works, sometimes leaving no space for pedestrians to walk. <br />In this chic downtown hood, there&apos;s no shortage of luxurious fashion flagships or edgy independent boutiques. <br />With stores galore lining the streets, Soho is a shoppers‘ haven<br />SoHo is known for its commercialization and eclectic mix of different boutiques for shopping.<br /><ul><li>Prada
  18. 18. G-Star Raw
  19. 19. Bloomingdale's
  20. 20. H&M, Marc Jacobs
  21. 21. Chanel
  22. 22. Victoria's Secret
  23. 23. Puma AG
  24. 24. Dolce & Gabbana
  25. 25. Urban Outfitters
  26. 26. Apple Store
  27. 27. J. Crew
  28. 28. Calvin Klein….</li></li></ul><li>
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  30. 30. Restaurants - Balthazar <br />Balthazar serves traditional bistro meals from breakfast through late-night supper. <br />Opened by Keith McNally in the spring of 1997, Balthazar offers a French menu prepared by chefs de cuisine Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson. <br /><ul><li>Diners can also choose from an extensive wine list, a raw seafood bar, and breads and pastries from Balthazar bakery.
  31. 31. Balthazar is renowned for its exceptional design. The building was converted from a leather wholesaler's warehouse to an airy space.</li></li></ul><li>Restaurants – Delicatessen<br />Design firm Nema Workshop collaborated with Thomas Amadei to create the bi level space, which features such striking elements as stainless steel and glass garage doors that wrap the entire façade and retract seamlessly into the ceiling when open and a glass-roofed lounge with a large scale mural.<br />With its innovative twist on comfort food, friendly vibe, and modern yet inviting design, delicatessen is a welcome addition to New York’s vibrant Soho neighborhood.<br />
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  33. 33. Contact David Ogden for Residential Sales, Leasing or Commercial availabilities in or around SoHo <br />David Ogden<br />Vice President | Associate Broker<br />T: 212.775.6118 | M: 646.234.1629<br /><br /><br />