60 New York Avenue (between Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street)
This four-story, 9,584-square-foot Crown Heights building houses eight four-bedroom apartments, all of which are occupied. The building, which was constructed in 1931, also has a basement.
Buyers: Doug Baillie and Pir Granoff of Aperture Holdings
Seller: CBZ Management
Brokers: Shaun Riney and Daniel Greenblatt of Marcus & Millichap
70 Middagh Street (between Hicks and Henry Streets)
This five-story, 9,102-square-foot building in Brooklyn Heights was built in 1900 and houses ten two-bedroom apartments and a basement studio. Nine of the apartments are unoccupied. The previous owner had owned the building for decades.
Buyer: Peak Capital
Sellers: Peter and Anthony Vince
Brokers: Justin M. Conway and Ronald H. Cohen of Besen Partners
159 West 23rd Street (between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue)
This five-story, 8,950-square-foot building in Chelsea features two stories of retail space and six apartments, three of which are rent-regulated. The retail space was last occupied by Francisco’s Centro Vasco, a Spanish restaurant that closed its doors in 2017. It was built in 1920 and renovated in 1986.
Seller: 159 West 23rd
Brokers: Brock Emmetsberger and Cameron Stafford of B6 Real Estate Advisors