Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

$276/SQ. FT.

$318,000 approximate annual rent

2062 Broadway (at West 71st Street)


Café Metro, a fast-casual dining chain, has signed a 15-year lease for 2,150 square feet on the ground floor and in the basement of a high-rise on the Upper West Side. The company, which has five locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn, is expected to open its new restaurant this summer. The retail space at 2060 Broadway, which is in the same building, is also available for rent.

Tenant: Café Metro

Landlord: The Brodsky Organization — Alexander Brodsky

Brokers: Steven E. Baker and Charles Rapuano of Winick Realty Group

The building at 2368 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in Harlem was built in 1910.CreditAlpha Realty


2368 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard (between West 138th and 139th Streets)


This four-story, 5,250-square-foot building in Harlem has six apartments, a ground-floor retail space and two offices on the second floor. The lot also includes an area for parking. The building was built in 1910, and all of the apartments are rent stabilized.

Buyer: Icer Seventh Avenue

Seller: Adam Clayton Manor

Brokers: Lev Mavashev, Yehuda Leser and Jake Brodie of Alpha Realty

The building at 128 Mulberry Street in Little Italy has a ground-floor retail space and five apartments above it.CreditCushman & Wakefield


128 Mulberry Street (at Hester Street)


This seven-story, mixed-used building in Little Italy has five fully occupied, floor-though apartments, including a penthouse duplex. The residential units are free market, with a private, keyed elevator for access. The building, which has a ground-floor retail space, has around 1,686 square feet of air rights.

Seller: 180 Hester Street Investors

Brokers: Robert Burton, Maurice Suede, Bobby Carrozzo and Daniel Soyak of Cushman & Wakefield

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