$ 4.925 MILLION
210 Prospect Park West (on 16th Street)
Built in 1905, the 11,552-square-meter, four-story building in Park Slope has 15 rental-regulated apartments – eight one-bedroom and seven two-bedroom – and commercial space occupied by the Double Windsor craft beer bar. An apartment is free.
Buyers: Alchemy Ventures
Seller: Slope Realty
Estate agents: Peter Von Der Ahe, Shaun Riney and Mark Zarrella from the NYM Group at Marcus & Millichap
$ 1.9 MILLION
363 Greenwich Street (between Franklin and Harrison Streets)
In this building in TriBeCa, a 2,015 square foot retail apartment was sold on the ground floor and lower levels. The space includes a bar, staterooms, ventilation and kitchen area, and the lower level can be used for additional seating. The room was previously occupied by Tribeca Tap House until March 2019.
Buyers: Royal acquisitions
Seller: Emilie Aebi
Agent of the seller: Maurice Suede and Daniel Soyak from Cushman & Wakefield
$ 4.2 MILLION
419 16th Street (between 8th Avenue and Prospect Park West)
The four-story, 11,844 square meter building in Park Slope, built in 1920, consists of a mixture of 16 rent-stabilized and market-oriented apartments and a basement. The building, which was last traded by hand in 2009, has two uninhabited units.
Buyer: 419 16th Street
Buyer's broker: Michael Sherman of the Manhattes Group
Seller: Abead Realty Corporation
Agent of the seller: Neil A. Dolgin and Michael Blum from Kalmon Dolgin