Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions – The New York Times

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689 10th Avenue (at West 47th Street)

This 8,070-square-foot building in Hell’s Kitchen has nine two-bedroom apartments; one retail space, occupied by 5 Brothers Gourmet Market; and a basement. The seller had owned the building, which also has about 2,500 square feet of available air rights, since the early 1990s.

Buyer: Larry Mullan

Seller: John Georgiopoulos

Brokers: Matt Fotis, Sam Hoefle and Colton Traynham of Marcus & Millichap

$72/SQ. FT.

$180,000 approximate annual rent

16 West 23rd Street (between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas)


Rooted Innovations, a food business based in Dublin that focuses on plant-based products and sustainability, has secured a seven-year lease for a 2,500-square-foot space on the fourth floor of this building in the Flatiron district. Built in 1925, the five-story property, which overlooks Madison Square Park, used to be a family residence.

Tenant: Rooted Innovations

Tenant’s Brokers: Aidan Campbell and Michael Thomas of Colliers

Landlord: Sunray

Landlord’s Broker: Michael Heaner of the Kaufman Organization


1275 Broadway (between Greene Avenue and Grove Street)


Built in 1919, this one-story building in Bushwick used to house a discount clothing store. The property is 8,940 square feet, and the owner has approval for a 14-story hotel and residential development on the site. The seller anticipates that the project will be completed 18 to 24 months after the sale.

Seller: 1275 Broadway

Brokers: Stephen Preuss and Kevin Schmitz of Cushman & Wakefield


764 East 152nd Street (between Wales and Concord Avenues)

The Bronx

Built last year, this 15,946-square-foot building is in the Woodstock neighborhood. The seven-floor building has 24 apartments, a mix of studios and one-bedrooms, all occupied. There is an elevator, and seven parking spaces are in the rear.

Seller: UA Builders

Broker: Marco Lala of RM Friedland

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