$ 4.2 MILLION
1021 Eighth Avenue (on 11th Street)
Built in 1893, this 8,227-square-foot, four-story building in Park Slope has seven apartments, each with three bedrooms. Three are rent regulated and four are free market. The property also has 23 feet of frontage. There is a restaurant in the sales area.
Buyer: Alchemy Ventures
Seller: Slope Realty
Estate agents: Mark Zarrella and Shaun Riney from Marcus & Millichap
$ 3,678 MILLION
303 East Fourth Street (on Avenue C)
Built in 1900, the five-story, 6,929-square-meter building in the East Village has two retail spaces occupied by a deli and barber shop and eight apartments: three two-bedroom apartments and five one-bedroom apartments. All apartments are occupied, including three rent-stabilized apartments.
Buyer: Derek Greenbaum and Larry Zombek
Seller: Meléndez Estate
Estate agents: Andrew Natter and Harold Fuchs from Collaborative Group
$ 10.9 MILLION
425 Hoyt Street (on Fourth Street)
Built in 1931, the three-story industrial warehouse with an area of 19,250 square meters in the Gowanus district has a circumferential facade of more than 200 feet and can be used as an office, retail or manufacturing facility. The vacant building was recently renovated and has been in the same family since 1966.
Seller: The Figliolia family
Estate agents: Josh Lipton, Andrew Levine and Jax Hindmarch from Invictus Property Advisors