Top 5 Retail Space Sales
- Jan 30, 2018
201 E. 67th St., Manhattan
Sale Price: $27,000,000
Totaling 12,250 square feet, this five-story property in Lenox Hill was constructed in 1910 and last altered in 1985. Situated on a 2,542-square-foot lot, the building offers close access to the 6 subway line at Lexington Avenue/68th Street and the M66 bus route on East 67th Street/Third Avenue. The asset is home to Fly Wheel Sports, Fhitting Room, Children’s Creative Dance Club and Vineyard Vines.
- 33-37 Farrington St., Queens
Sale Price: $20,500,000
Located in downtown Flushing, this asset features three commercial units comprising 46,197 square feet of retail and 21,000 square feet of garage space. Standing two stories on a 29,323-square-foot land parcel, the property was constructed in 1966 and last altered in 2001.
- 91-19 Queens Blvd., Queens
Sale Price: $18,000,000
Previously home to a McDonald’s restaurant, the 1974-built property encompasses 12,300 square feet of space and is situated across the street from Queens Center Mall. Located in Elmhurst, the building offers three commercial units and is within close proximity to the M/R subway lines at 59th Avenue/Queens Boulevard, as well as several bus lines at the 59th Avenue/92nd Street stop.
- 1220 Lexington Ave., Manhattan
Sale Price: $13,000,000
This four-story building features 2,305 square feet of retail space, as well as 2,060 square feet of office space and eight residential units averaging 515 square feet. The property was estimated to have been constructed in 1918 and last altered in 1980. Comprising a total of 10 commercial units, the asset is home to a list of retailers such as Hair & Color Bar, Angs Cleaners and Eden Custom Tailor, and has access to the nearby 4/5/6 subway lines at Lexington Avenue/86th Street and the M101/M102/M103 bus routes on Lexington Avenue/ East 83rd Street.
- 44 Willoughby St., Brooklyn
Sale Price: $11,000,000
Comprising 1,725 square feet of retail space, 3,450 square feet of storage space, 1,725 square feet of office space and two residential units, this property is home to tenants such as Shoe Bug and Cricket Wireless. Located in downtown Brooklyn, the asset provides access to the A/C/F/R subway lines and the B26/B57/B62 bus routes at Jay Street/Willoughby Street. The four-story building was constructed in 1920.