Top 5 Retail Space Sales

PropertyShark compiled the top 5 sales in retail recorded in April 2019 in New York City.
Source: PropertyShark, a Yardi Systems Inc. company
  1. 145 E. 42nd St., Manhattan

    145 E. 42nd St., Manhattan
    Sale Price: $75,500,000

Sold in conjunction with 155 E. 42nd St., the property located in the neighborhood of Turtle Bay is a banking facility home to E*Trade Financial. Constructed in 1935, the asset was formerly leased by Citibank. The building features three commercial units and totals 10,721 square feet across two stories. The property is within close proximity to the G, S, 4/5/6 and 7 subway lines at the corner of Lexington Avenue and 42nd Street, as well as the M42 bus at the same corner.

  1. 256 Bowery #RET, Manhattan
    Sale Price: $25,000,000

Home to the International Center of Photography, this space is located on the ground floor of an eight-story condominium building that houses 24 residences, according to Street Easy. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, the property is located across the street from the New Museum of Contemporary Art and Sperone Westwater Gallery. Situated in NoLIta, the property was constructed in 2010 and offers convenient access to the F subway line at the intersection of Chrystie and Houston Streets.

  1. 188 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn
    Sale Price: $15,150,000

Totaling 2,100 square feet, this three-story asset is broken up into one commercial unit housing 693 square feet of retail and two residential units totaling 1,407 square feet. Situated on a 1,600-square-foot lot in Williamsburg, the property is estimated to have been built in 1910. Home to Greenpoint Tavern, the building is just a few steps away from the L subway line located at the corner of Bedford Avenue and North 7th Street. The B62 bus route can also be found at the same intersection.

  1. 141 Chrystie St., Manhattan
    Sale Price: $9,500,000

Located on the Lower East Side, this property is estimated to have been built in 1930 and was last altered in 2010. Nearby transportation options include the J/Z subway lines at the corner of Bowery and Delancey Street, or the M103 bus route at the intersection of Bowery and Kenmare Street. Standing two stories, the 4,356-square-foot building features one commercial unit on its 2,520-square-foot lot.

  1. 160 Cross Bay Blvd., Queens
    Sale Price: $7,920,910

Purchased along with 160-10 Cross Bay Blvd., this shopping center and parking lot duo offers 18,355 square feet of space across one story. Situated in Rockwood Park, the A subway line is located a half mile away at the corner of 103rd Street and 159th Avenue, while the nearby bus route can be found more conveniently at the intersection of Cross Bay Boulevard and 161st Avenue. The 49,000-square-foot lot features three commercial units built in 1994.