Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.


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This three-building site in Cypress Hills covers 11,000 square feet. Credit…TerraCRG

Recent Sale


2771-2777 Atlantic Avenue (between Van Siclen and Miller Avenues)


This 11,000-square-foot site in Cypress Hills contains three three-story buildings, all built in 1920. The buildings, which were delivered vacant, each have a retail unit and two two-bedroom apartments.

Buyer: Yc Atlantic 2 L.L.C.

Seller: 2771 Atlantic Realty

Seller’s Brokers: Peter Matheos, Mike Rafter, Andrew Manasia and Jourdon Delerme-Brown of TerraCRG


This 5,808-square-foot apartment building in Chelsea was built in 1900. Credit…Invictus Property Advisors

Recent Sale


315 West 29th Street (between Ninth and Eighth Avenues)


This six-story, 5,808-square-foot apartment building in Chelsea was built in 1900. It contains four two-bedroom duplexes and six one-bedrooms. Last sold in 2013 for $3.85 million, the building was delivered vacant.

Buyer: Jasper Global

Buyer’s Brokers: Josh Lipton and Andrew Levine of Invictus Property Advisors

Seller: Chelsea 29 L.L.C.

Seller’s Broker: Havard Iversen of New York Residence


This portfolio of three buildings in the East Village totals 52,481 square feet.Credit…Gaia Real Estate

Recent Sale


50-58 East Third Street (between First and Second Avenues)


This portfolio of three six-story buildings in the East Village totals 52,481 square feet. All three were built in 1910 and together have 71 apartments: one six-bedroom apartment, four five-bedroom apartments, two four-bedroom apartments, 32 three-bedroom apartments and 32 two-bedroom apartments. Twenty percent of the apartments are rent-controlled, and there are three common roof decks and backyard spaces. The buildings last changed hands in 2016.

Buyer: Gaia Real Estate

Buyer’s Broker: Brandon Polakoff of Avison Young

Seller: 50-58 East Third Fee, in care of Anbau Enterprises

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