Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
91 Bruckner Boulevard and 402-406 East 134th Street (at Willis Avenue)
These two one-story commercial buildings in the Mott Haven neighborhood are on separate but connected lots and have one unit apiece. The 14,500-square-foot building at 91 Bruckner Boulevard was built in 1927, and the 10,000-square-foot building at 402-406 East 134th Street was built in 1990. Both were delivered vacant.
Buyer: Anshel Fridman of 91 Bruckner Blvd L.L.C.
Seller: Jeffrey Fiedler of Jescan Realty
Broker: Michael Saidian of Capital Property Partners
10 Fifth Avenue (at West Eighth Street)
Built in 1849 by Henry Brevoort as a single-family mansion, this five-story, 12,648-square-foot building in Greenwich Village consists of 14 apartments — one studio, 10 one-bedrooms and three two-bedrooms, all occupied — and three commercial units, occupied by Le Pain Quotidien, a cafe and a Covid-19 testing provider.
Buyer: REDA 10 Fifth
Seller: Benchmark Real Estate Group
Broker: Michael J. Ferrara of Brax Realty
29 Brooklyn Avenue (between Herkimer Street and Atlantic Avenue)
126 Herkimer Street (between Nostrand and New York Avenues)
These two buildings in Bedford-Stuyvesant, built in 1910, are two blocks apart and are being sold together. The five-story, 15,440-square-foot building at 29 Brooklyn Avenue has 20 apartments: 11 two-bedrooms and nine three-bedrooms; six of the apartments are rent-stabilized, two are rent-controlled and two are vacant. The four-story, 10,508-square-foot building at 126 Herkimer Street has 13 apartments: one one-bedroom, 11 two-bedrooms and one three-bedroom. Two apartments are vacant, and two are rent-stabilized.
Sellers: 126 Herkimer Residences and 29 Brooklyn Residences
Brokers: Lev Mavashev and Daniel Aminov of Alpha Realty