Sunday, January 13, 2013

Galvan Gallery 2013

In March 2010, almost three years ago, Gossips began its "Galloway Gallery" series, inventorying the real estate holdings of Eric Galloway and his various LLCs in Hudson. "Exhibits" were added to the gallery as Gossips got word that more property had been acquired. As the gallery grew, readers often expressed interest in seeing all the properties in one place. Today Gossips is obliging by listing all fifty parcels owned by Eric Galloway, the Galvan Initiatives Foundation, and Galvan Partners, as of January 10, 2013. 

T. ERIC GALLOWAY

345 Allen Street


345 Allen Street—Carriage House


620-624 State Street








GALVAN INITIATIVES FOUNDATION

Hudson Avenue—Little League Field


400 State Street


412-416 Warren Street


501-505 Union Street


20 North Fifth Street


61-65 North Fifth Street


67-71 North Fifth Street


76-78 North Fifth Street

72 North Fifth Street


State & North Fifth Streets—Armory


61-63 North Seventh Street


618 State Street


9 Union Street


21-23 Union Street


25 Union Street


113 Union Street


12 North Second Street


14 South First Street
20 South First Street and 24 South First Street


102 Union Street and 104 Union Street


251-253 Union Street


209-211 Union Street


34-36 South Second Street


238 Allen Street


250-252 Allen Street


68 South Second Street



346 Warren Street












GALVAN PARTNERS, LLC

22 Warren Street and 24 Warren Street


119-123 Union Street


202-204 Warren Street


238 Union Street


215 Union Street, 217-219 Union Street, and 216 Partition Street


213 Union Street



Deer Alley
(The land south of Deer Alley and behind the Robert Taylor House, 68 South Second Street.)
260 Warren Street
(Note: 260 Warren Street appears twice in the list of parcels, and it is not clear how the property has been subdivided.)
13 North Third Street


317½ Warren Street


354-356 Union Street


366-368 Warren Street and 370 Warren Street


438 Union Street

3 comments:

  1. The Little League field would make a fabulous dog park!

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  2. Has anyone done a more in depth inventory of the amount of housing units/apartments that are vacant and not available to the market due to his purchases, and also what impact this has had? 90-110 units, or maybe more? Not sure. Just curious.

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