Allan Domb: The Busiest Man in Real Estate

Every now and then it’s fun to see how busy Allan Domb is. The answer is: busy. Here are three developments we’ve recently learned about. He might want to invest in a cape and a phone booth.

1. Domb now owns the Barneys Co-Op space at 10 Rittenhouse–part of a larger purchase he made. (Fashion note: the Co-Op is being converted into Barneys New York because the Co-Op brand is underperforming.)

2. Domb’s micro-apartment project at 1955 Locust Street is ready for prime time.

3. Domb has listed a home for sale at the Rittenhouse Plaza for $539,900. Here’s the listing, just for fun.

More Domb to come…

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