Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.
Brompton Bicycles occupies the retail space of this building in the West Village. Credit…Douglas Elliman
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
This three-story apartment building in Williamsburg had last been sold in 2015, for $2.725 million.Credit…Katherine Serban
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
Built in 1914, this building in Williamsburg has 35 apartments, which were gut-renovated in 2015. Credit…Ben Lamberty
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