Credit…B6 real estate advisor
$ 3.16 MILLION
106-20 Corona Avenue (on 51st Avenue)
The 10,550 square meter, three-story building in the Corona district was built in 1989. It has four two-room apartments, two three-room apartments, a basement and three commercial units, all of which are inhabited.
Buyer: Simko Aranbayev
Salesperson: Chris Valsamos
Estate agents: Thomas A. Donovan, Tommy Lin, Eugene Kim, Robert Rappa and Bradley Rutkin from B6 Real Estate Advisors
$ 1,475 MILLION
751 55th Street (between Seventh and Eighth Avenues)
This 3,855-square-foot, three-story building in Sunset Park has six two-bedroom apartments, one of which is rent-stabilized. All are occupied. The building was built in 1917 and was last sold 55 years ago.
Buyer: Henry Koon
Salesperson: Giancola family
Estate agents: Zachary Fuchs from GFI Realty
$ 16 MILLION
10-15 46th Avenue (between Vernon Boulevard and 11th Street)
This 41,800-square-foot, four-story, industrial loft in Long Island City was built in 1907 and includes 3,739 square feet of fenced garden space. In 1985 the owner bought the property to use it as a steel warehouse for a locker business. It is delivered free.
Salesperson: 10-15 properties
Estate agents: Ryan Maltz from Greiner-Maltz Real Estate