Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

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This warehouse was built in 1930 and includes office space and private parking. Credit…Keller Williams NYC

Recent Sale

$1.9 MILLION

94-07 104th Street (at 94th Avenue)

Queens

Built in 1930, this single-story, 7,470-square-foot warehouse in Ozone Park includes two roll-up entrances and gated parking. Six office units make up about 25 percent of the footprint; the remainder is warehouse space. The property was sold vacant.

Buyer: Hi-Tech Heating

Seller: Bright Stars

Broker: Edward Kalisvaart of Keller Williams NYC

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This building in Bushwick, built in 1931, has one retail space, five apartments and an income-generating sign on one side.Credit…Evergreen Realty & Investments

Recent Sale

$2.1 MILLION

12 Wilson Avenue (at Noll Street)

Brooklyn

This three-story, 4,125-square-foot building in Bushwick was built in 1931 and consists of a 1,375-square-foot retail space and five apartments: four occupied two-bedrooms and one vacant one-bedroom. A Sunflower Glass pipe shop has occupied the commercial space for 10 years, with a lease that expires in 2023. In addition, Red Rock has been renting a sign on one side of the building since 2018.

Buyers: Zach Ehrlich, Joe Jemal and Joel Gorjian

Seller: 12 Wilson

Brokers: Daniel Barcelowsky and David Soria of Evergreen Realty & Investments

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This building in Williamsburg was built in 1915 and contains three apartments.Credit…RPR Ventures

Recent Sale

$2.25 MILLION

135 South First Street (between Berry Street and Bedford Avenue)

Brooklyn

This three-story, 3,110-square-foot building in Williamsburg was built in 1915 and contains three two-bedroom apartments. The building, which was delivered vacant, was last sold in 1984 by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s public housing program.

Buyer: DAX Real Estate

Seller: Lopez family

Brokers: Ryan Perkoski and Henry Grass of RPR Ventures

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