Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions – The New York Times

$1.75 MILLION

234 Stuyvesant Avenue (at Madison Street)

Brooklyn

This 5,200-square-foot building in Bedford-Stuyvesant has three three-bedroom apartments, a ground-floor store and two garages. The building is fully occupied, with a bodega in the retail space.

Buyer: Eden Ashourzadeh of Ink Property Group

Seller: Macon Properties

Brokers: Matt Cosentino and Isaiah Thomas of TerraCRG

$7.4 MILLION

63-65 Fourth Avenue (between Bergen Street and St. Marks Place)

Brooklyn

This 24,000-square-foot property in Park Slope comprises two four-story buildings built in 1920, each containing two three-bedroom apartments and a retail space. The property was sold vacant, and permits are filed to build a 10-story mixed-use building with 30 residences.

Buyer: 63 4th Ave Brooklyn

Seller: 6365 Fourth Avenue

Seller’s broker: Daniel Barcelowsky of Evergreen Realty & Investments

$6.9 MILLION

126-15 89th Avenue (between 126th and 129th Streets)

Queens

This 20,000-square-foot property in Richmond Hill includes a two-story factory with at least 20 spaces for parking. Built in 1931, the factory has a basement, a freight elevator and an 11,000-square-foot yard. Electron Top Holding bought the building in 1994 to manufacture convertible tops for cars. The property will be delivered vacant.

Seller: Electron Top Holding

Broker: Kostas Alafoyiannis of Greiner-Maltz Real Estate

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