Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.
By Sophia June
78-80 Christopher Street (between Seventh Avenue and Bleecker Street)
This 12,740-square-foot, five-story building in the West Village has 15 apartments: 10 two-bedrooms and five three-bedrooms. It was built in 1900 and last sold in 1990.
Buyer: Sassouni Management
Seller: Michael Chang
Brokers: Lev Mavashev and Shai Egison of Alpha Realty
102 West 29th Street (between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue)
Built in 1920, this 8,969-square-foot, five-story building in NoMad has four apartments and one retail unit, which is occupied by a smoke shop.
Seller: 102 West 29 Realty
Brokers: Greg Corbin and Chaya Milworn of Rosewood Realty Group
425 Hoyt Street (at Fourth Street)
Built in 1931, this 23,000-square-foot, three-story building in Gowanus has a basement, loading docks and space for indoor parking. It has been vacant for more than five years and owned by the same family for more than 50 years.
Seller: Figliolia family
Brokers: Christina Lonuzzi and Lisa Lonuzzi of Compass
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