Top 5 Retail Space Sales
- Aug 15, 2018
- 94 Fourth Ave., Brooklyn
Sale Price: $22,885,630
Formerly home to Kentucky Fried Chicken, this retail asset was constructed in 2000. Located in the Gowanus neighborhood, the property comprises 2,250 square feet on a 9,758-square-foot lot. Nearby transportation options include the B/D, N/Q/R, 2/3 and 4/5 subway lines located at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Pacific Street. The B37 bus route can also be reached at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Warren Street.
- 867, 875 Fourth Ave., Brooklyn
Sale Price: $19,750,000
Home to the Bolla Market convenience store, this one-story property totals 2,436 square feet. Situated in the neighborhood of Greenwood Heights, the building was constructed in 1997 and is within close proximity to the N/R subway line located at Fourth Avenue and 36th Street, as well as the B63 bus at Fifth Avenue and 33rd Street.
- 1888 Westchester Ave., Bronx
Sale Price: $12,280,000
Located in Unionport, this one-story retail building was constructed in 1993 and upgraded 10 years later. The property comprises two commercial units totaling 12,400 square feet of space. Situated on a 28,576-square-foot lot, the asset is located .07 miles from the 6 subway line at the corner of Metropolitan Avenue and Westchester Avenue. The Q44 bus route can also be reached .02 miles away at the intersection of Westchester Avenue and Virginia Avenue.
- 22-37, 22-39 31st St., Queens
Sale Price: $7,100,000
Comprising two commercial units that are leased to Verizon Wireless and Aldor Jewelry, this 1,937-square-foot property was built in 1931. The one-story asset is located in the Ditmars-Steinway neighborhood of Queens, providing access to the N/Q subway lines at 31st Street and 23rd Avenue.
- 357 W. Broadway, Manhattan
Sale Price: $6,500,000
Offering two stories, this site was the former home of Ukrainian restaurant Korchma Taras Bulba Soho. The property was last updated in 2013 and comprises 3,360 square feet on a 1,787-square-foot lot. Located within the SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District, the building is within .13 miles of the A/C/E subway lines at the corner of Thompson Street and Canal Street, as well as .12 miles from the M55 bus at the intersection of Avenue of the Americas and Broome Street.