23-31 Astoria Boulevard & 23-33 Astoria Boulevard (between Crescent and 23rd Streets)
These two adjacent properties in Astoria consist of a vacant three-story mixed-use building and vacant one-story retail building, allowing the buyer approximately 21,458 buildable square feet.
Buyer: Perry Moradof
Sellers: Mellis Family (23-31 Astoria Boulevard); Vagenas Family (23-33 Astoria Boulevard)
Brokers: Max Belinsky, Dimitri Kapelonis, Constantinos Kapelonis and Austin Roche of BKR Real Estate Group
760 DeKalb Avenue (at Tompkins Street)
This five-story, 42,500-square-foot building in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood was previously used as a school, with the potential for 20 classrooms, 20 offices, an auditorium and a large cafeteria.
Seller: Level One Holdings
Brokers: DJ Johnston, William Cheng, Michael Murphy and Ben Rechler of B6 Real Estate Advisors
1138 Eastern Parkway (between Rochester and Utica Avenues)
Built in 1901, this three-story mixed-use building in Crown Heights comprises two apartments and a ground-floor doctor’s office. The apartments include one three-bedroom unit and one four-bedroom unit, both of which are renovated. The building is 3,096 square feet, with 4,955 square feet of air rights available.
Seller: 1138 Eastern Parkway
Broker: Zachary Fuchs of GFI Realty
209 Seventh Avenue (at West 22nd Avenue)
This mixed-use building in Chelsea has a ground-floor restaurant, which uses a finished basement space for food preparation, as well as five free-market apartments: three one-bedrooms and two studios.
Seller: 169 W 22nd St
Brokers: Marco Lala, Jack Lala, David Raciti and Michelle Lala of RM Friedland Commercial Real Estate Services