Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

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Recent Sale $2.095 MILLION 227 Malcolm X Boulevard (between Hancock Street and Jefferson Avenue) Brooklyn Built in 1910, this four-story, 4,983-square-foot building in Bedford-Stuyvesant has four three-bedroom apartments and a ground-floor retail space. It was last sold in 2013. Buyer: Mark Guindi Buyer’s Broker: Zachary Fuchs of GFI Realty Seller: […]

$2.095 MILLION

227 Malcolm X Boulevard (between Hancock Street and Jefferson Avenue)

Brooklyn

Built in 1910, this four-story, 4,983-square-foot building in Bedford-Stuyvesant has four three-bedroom apartments and a ground-floor retail space. It was last sold in 2013.

Buyer: Mark Guindi

Buyer’s Broker: Zachary Fuchs of GFI Realty

Seller: Mordy Getz

Seller’s Brokers: Joseph Landau and Moshe Goldberger of GFI Realty

$1.58 MILLION

1600 Tomlinson Avenue (at Pierce Avenue)

The Bronx

Built in 1926, this two-story, 7,350-square-foot building in Morris Park has 10 apartments: three two-bedrooms and seven one-bedrooms. The building last changed hands in 2010.

Buyer: B&B 16

Seller: TTT Realty

Seller’s Brokers: Robert M. Shapiro, Jonathan Squires and Michael Fioravanti of Cushman & Wakefield

$2 MILLION

94-03 104th Street (at 94th Avenue)

Queens

This 7,600-square-foot, single-story industrial building in Ozone Park has several offices and gated parking. It was previously occupied by a company that produces industrial fasteners. It was built in 1930 and last sold in 1994.

Seller: Brightstar

Broker: Edward Kalisvaart of Keller Williams NYC

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