419 West 144th Street (between Convent Avenue and Hamilton Terrace)
This five-story, 5,890-square-foot building in the Hamilton Heights neighborhood was built in 1898. The first three floors of the building are part of a triplex. The fourth and fifth floors contain four apartments: three studios and one junior one-bedroom. The building has been family owned and managed for 39 years.
Buyer: Hamilton Heights Holding
Seller: IMM Real Estate
Brokers: Josh Lipton and Andrew Levine of Invictus Property Advisors
124 West 78th Street (between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues)
This 5,630-square-foot building on the Upper West Side was built in 1881 and designed by the architect Rafael Guastavino. A five-story building, it has a basement office space, two two-bedroom apartments, three one-bedrooms and five studios. Two of the apartments are rent regulated, and eight are free market. The building has had the same owner for more than 50 years.
Buyer: Calano & Calano Realty
Seller: McDonnell Company
Seller’s Brokers: Hall Oster, Paul Smadbeck, Teddy Galligan, Conrad Martin and Braedan Gait of JLL Capital Markets
1554 St. Peters Avenue (between Glebe and St. Raymond Avenues)
This 12,528-square-foot, three-story warehouse in the Westchester Square neighborhood includes a freight elevator, ground-level parking and 14-foot ceilings on the ground floor. It was built in 1927.
Seller: Montefiore Hospital
Brokers: Paul Enea, Marco Lala and Chris O’Callaghan of RM Friedland
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