115 Congress Avenue (between Henry and Hicks Streets)
In-built 1900, this 5,000-square-foot, four-story constructing in Cobble Hill has two three-bedroom flats and two two-bedrooms, all of that are free market. The property, which final modified fingers 26 years in the past, was delivered vacant.
Purchaser: The Minkoff Household
Vendor: Maribel Figueredo
Brokers: Peter Von Der Ahe, Shaun Riney & Mike Salvatico of the NYM Group at Marcus & Millichap
$67,470 approximate annual hire
1776 Boston Street (between East 174th Avenue and Hoe Avenue)
Dr. Rosemary Simo signed a 10-year lease for 1,730-square-feet area to open a medical apply within the eight-story Excessive Hawk condominium constructing in Charlotte Gardens. The constructing has 72 flats and 6,800 sq. ft of retail area. It was inbuilt 2018.
Tenant: Dr. Rosemary Simo
Tenant’s Dealer: Duley Paniagua of KZA Realty Group
Landlord: Excessive Hawk Homeowners
Landlord’s Dealer: Kathy Zamechansky of KZA Realty Group
34 East 61st Avenue (between Madison and Park Avenues)
This five-story, 7,924-square-foot constructing in Lenox Hill contains two retail flooring, a completed cellar and three flats. Earlier tenants included the French furnishings designer Liaigre, which owns the constructing, and the restaurant Aureole. The property is 21 ft huge.
Dealer: Catherine Godbille-Koechlin of Douglas Elliman
140 Mulberry Avenue (between Grand and Hester Streets)
This property in Little Italy features a entrance and rear constructing, each inbuilt 1900. The entrance constructing is 5 tales and has one retail unit and eight flats, whereas the rear constructing is 4 tales with 4 flats. It’s 8,500 sq. ft, with 2,900 sq. ft of accessible air rights. The flats might be delivered vacant.
Vendor: F.M.J. Rizzo
Brokers: Matt Fotis and Colton Traynham of Marcus & Millichap