Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.
By Kristen Bayrakdarian
287 Bleecker Street (between Jones and Barrow Streets)
This five-story, 8,375-square-foot building in the West Village was built in 1900. It includes three three-bedroom apartments, one two-bedroom, one one-bedroom and three studios. The ground-floor retail space is occupied by Brompton Bicycles.
Buyer: Chelsea 29
Seller: 287 Bleecker Street
Broker: Tom Brady of Douglas Elliman
91 North Fourth Street (between Wythe Avenue and Berry Street)
Built in 1910, this three-story building in Williamsburg is about 5,625 square feet and contains six one-bedroom apartments. The building had last been sold for $2.725 million in May 2015.
Buyer: Ron Frieden
Seller: Thomas Klosinski
Brokers: Derek Bestreich, Luke Sproviero, Donal Flaherty, Hakeem Lecky, Corey Haynes, and Justin Zeitchik of Bestreich Realty Group
265 South Second Street (between Havemeyer Street and Marcy Avenue)
This six-story, 24,200-square-foot building in Williamsburg was built in 1914. It has 35 apartments, which were gut-renovated in 2015. More than half of the apartments are occupied. The building was last sold in 2016.
Seller: Asa Real Estate
Broker: Lev Mavashev of Alpha Realty
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