$ 1.83 MILLION
138 Havemeyer Street (between South First and South Second Streets)
This three-story, 2,730-square-foot building in Williamsburg contains two two-bedroom apartments that are occupied and one commercial unit that is vacant. It was built in 1910 and last modified in 2010. This is the first sale of the building in 10 years.
Buyer: Austen Rabbie for Shel Capital
Seller: Sam Tufnell
Estate agents: Peter Von Der Ahe, Shaun Riney and Mike Salvatico from the NYM Group at Marcus & Millichap
$ 4.33 MILLION
665 St. Marks Avenue (between Rogers and James E. Davis Avenues)
This five-story, 17,790-square-foot apartment building in Crown Heights was built in 1900 and has 21 units: six one-bedroom and 15 two-bedroom units. The apartments, all occupied, are a mixture of rent-regulated and free market. The building with elevator last changed hands 15 years ago.
Buyer: 665 St. Marks L.L.C.
Seller: 3047 L.L.C.
Estate agents: Matthew Sparks of GFI Realty Services
$ 2.9 MILLION
9 North Moore Street (between Varick Street and West Broadway)
In this six-story condominium building from 1893 in TriBeCa, a two-story retail space is for sale. The unit is 1,400 square meters and is used as an office and gallery space, but is delivered empty.
Seller: Abru irrevocable trust
Estate agents: Adelaide Polsinelli from Compass