111-17 Northern Boulevard (at 112th Street)
This 32,184-square-foot building in the Corona neighborhood was built in 1931. The four-story building has 38 rented apartments: 29 one-bedrooms and nine two-bedrooms. It last changed hands in 2002.
Buyer: Carmelle Bellefleur
Buyer’s Broker: Amit Doshi of Meridian Capital Group
Seller: Sing & Mehta
Seller’s Brokers: Stephen R. Preuss and Kevin Louie of Cushman & Wakefield
147 Duane Street (between West Broadway and Church Street)
Built in 1915, this 6,200-square-foot building in TriBeCa last changed hands in 2001. The five-story building has one 1,000-square-foot retail space, which is occupied by Glowbar, a facial spa. There are four rented two-bedroom apartments. The top-floor apartment has a keyed elevator and a roof deck.
Buyer: 147 Duane St
Buyer’s Broker: Anna Ji of Kian Realty
Seller: L&J Tribeca
Seller’s Brokers: Ron Cohen and Jay Bernstein of Besen Partners
568 Lafayette Avenue (between Bedford and Nostrand Avenues)
This 8,542-square-foot building in Bedford-Stuyvesant was rebuilt starting in 2017 and completed last year. The four-story property has 10 apartments: four two-bedrooms and six three-bedrooms. The first-floor apartments have a backyard, and there is a communal rooftop.
Buyer: Lafayette Ave
Seller: 568 Lafayette Ave
Brokers: Derek Bestreich, Steve Reynolds, Tom Reynolds and Brian Davila of Bestreich Realty Group
35-11 Greenpoint Avenue (between Hunters Point Avenue and the Queens-Midtown Expressway)
Built in 1960, this vacant 17,800-square-foot industrial building in Long Island City has two stories and a basement. The ceilings are 12 feet high, and there is one interior loading dock. It last changed hands in 2018 and was used as a woodworking shop.
Seller: Alexander Kostovetsky
Brokers: Jakub H. Nowak and Jonathan Eshaghian of the Nowak Group, Marcus & Millichap