The booming Soho real estate market also means one less jiggle joint and one less DJ joint. Both the Mystique Gentleman’s Club and The Westway dance club will be giving up the ghost in the near future.

That’s because Ian Schrager, Steve Witkoff, Richard Mack , Howard Lorber’s New Valley and another partner now control the full block-front site that wraps Leroy, West and Clarkson streets facing the Hudson River that we first told you about in April 2013.

The group just added two more parcels on Leroy Street, and we’ve learned the marketeers at Lorber’s Douglas Elliman have refined its address from 357 West to 160 Leroy.

The wavy boutique residential building designed by Herzog & de Meuron also had its unit count slashed from 88 to just 50. “The best way to deal with the vagaries of the market is to do a really special project,” Schrager told us.

Talk about attention to detail. City building permits show the current 106 Leroy building was used to build full-scale mock ups of the Public’s hotel rooms for the base of 215 Chrystie St. that Schrager and Witkoff are also developing.