Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

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$6.175 MILLION

191-02 35th Avenue (between 191st and 192nd Streets)


This Tudor-style multifamily building in Bayside has 16 apartments, including two 1,300-square-foot triplex townhouses. The lot is 10,000 square feet over all. The building, which was constructed in the 1930s, has multiple entrances with a shared courtyard and roof terraces. The buyer represented itself.

Buyer: Fairfield Properties

Seller: The DiNoto Group

Seller’s Brokers: Daniel A. Abbondandolo and Dimitri Mastrogiannis of Cushman & Wakefield

The Movado Group has leased 3,005 square feet on the sixth floor of this building in Midtown Manhattan.CreditAdams & Company

$75/SQ. FT.

$225,375 approximate annual rent

110 West 40th Street (between Broadway and Avenue of the Americas)


The Movado Group, which designs watches for the Movado brand and other labels including Coach and Tommy Hilfiger, has leased 3,005 square feet on the sixth floor of this 26-story building in Midtown Manhattan. The company will open a showroom and offices in the space. The lease is two years and nine months.

Tenant: The Movado Group

Tenant’s Broker: Barry Spagna of Cresa

Landlord: One Ten West Fortieth Associates

Landlord’s Brokers: David Levy and Brett Maslin of Adams & Company

A four-floor walk-up built in 1910 in Brooklyn is for sale.CreditSaadya Notik


1054 Park Place (between Brooklyn and Kingston Avenues)


This 16-unit residential building in Crown Heights is across Park Place from Brower Park and the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. The four-floor walk-up was built in 1910 and has a mix of market and rent-stabilized apartments. There are 12 one-bedroom units and four two-bedroom units.

Seller: 26 Park Plaza

Broker: Saadya Notik of Mavrik Property Group

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