Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.


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All four commercial units and 11 of 12 apartments were occupied when this 1920 building in Park Slope was sold. Credit…Eastern Union

Recent Sale


223 Fifth Avenue (at President Street)


Built in 1920, this five-story, 12,240-square-foot building in Park Slope has four retail spaces and 12 apartments: four four-bedroom, four three-bedroom and four one-bedroom. Eleven of the apartments and all of the commercial spaces are occupied. The building last changed hands 37 years ago.

Buyer: Prospect Acquisitions

Seller: Unipres

Broker: Jack Beida of Eastern Union


This building in Crown Heights is occupied by Associated Supermarkets.Credit…Google Maps

Recent Sale


975 Nostrand Avenue (between Montgomery Street and Empire Boulevard)


This 59,633-square-foot, block-through property in Crown Heights includes 240 feet of frontage on Nostrand Avenue and 250 feet on Clove Road. The property has a one-story building, occupied by Associated Supermarkets. Built in 1970, it last changed hands in the 1970s.

Buyer: Hudson Companies

Seller: Midwood Investment & Development

Brokers: Daniel O’Brien, Adam Spies, Joshua King, Marcella Fasulo and Caroline Hodes of Cushman & Wakefield


This 1884 building in SoHo has three retail co-ops, one of which is for sale.Credit…Compass

For Sale


515 Broadway (between Spring and Broome Streets)


A 30,000-square-foot, block-through retail co-op is for sale in this SoHo building, which was built in 1884. The co-op, one of three in the building, has three floors — a ground floor, a lower level and a subbasement — and is occupied by the fast-fashion retailer H&M, which will be vacating in 2022.

Seller: 515 Bwy L.L.C.

Broker: Adelaide Polsinelli of Compass

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