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W. May Company moves to 529 Hudson Street.

W. May Company moves to 529 Hudson Street

The Greenwich Village office of the William B. May Company today announced its move to a landmark building at 529 Hudson Street, between Charles and West 10th Streets, from its former location at 33 Cornelia Street.

In the heart of one of the West Village's busiest commercial strips, the move gives the William B. May Company a more visible presence in the area, while granting it much needed space for expansion of staff and services.

Says Roberta Faulstick, senior vice president, "Our Village office will grow by a third both in terms of space and personnel. As a result of our new hires, we expect to step up rental activities and increase townhouse sales, while expanding into new territories."

The William B. May Company, with its 25-year track record of sales in the Village, prides itself as one of the first of larger "Uptown" brokers to move to what was then seen as a bohemian location. Two and a half decades later, however, the perception of the Village has risen in direct proportion to its property prices.

Says Faulstick, "In our own quiet way, over the years, we have sold and resold the same properties many times over. almost without exception, they have achieved a higher price upon each successive resale."

While the move to William B. May's new Downtown location reaffirms the brokerage's commitment to Greenwich Village as this office's primary focus, new specialist-brokers have been hired to open up markets in locations that until now had not been extensively explored by the company. Such areas include Tribeca, and neighborhoods from Gramercy Park and the Flatiron District down to Battery Park City.

Established in 1866, the William B. May Company is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Date:Dec 11, 1991
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