How Much Of the Village Does Jared Kushner Own? See the Photo Map!

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IMG_9839Samantha Balaban 504-508 East 12th Street

How much of the Village now belongs to Jared Kushner? Patrick Crosetto, the Chief Operating Officer of Kushner Companies, answered that question — and not many others — during a brief appearance before Community Board 3’s Land Use committee last night.

Between the East and West Villages, the real estate baron and publisher of the New York Observer owns 36 buildings, including 40 storefronts, Mr. Crosetto revealed.

“We made a significant investment in the neighborhood,” said Johanna Greenbaum, the company’s Managing Director of Real Estate Development. “We want to introduce ourselves to the community.”

And that’s about all they had time to do. According to a representative of the company, no portion of the meeting had been allotted for them to respond to specific questions from local residents about rent stabilization, rooftop additions, potential buyouts, lease renewals and the possible safety hazards of electronic doors. Instead locals were invited to bring any comments or concerns to Kushner’s new offices at 504 East 12th Street, the former home of Jubb’s Longevity and Rawvolution.

Mr. Kushner’s most recent purchase was of five East Village walk-ups earlier this month. Back in February, he purchased in rapid succession 17 walk-up apartment buildings followed by another seven walk-ups a week later, according to The Real Deal.

Above is a map of Kushner’s known East Village properties, based on published reports and The Local’s scouring of public records. (A representative didn’t respond to The Local’s request for a full accounting of the properties.) Did we miss any? Let us know.