Top 5 Retail Space Sales

PropertyShark compiled the top 5 sales in retail for February 2018 in New York City.
Source: PropertyShark, a Yardi Systems Inc. company
Source: PropertyShark, a Yardi Systems Inc. company
  1. 114 Greene St. #1, Manhattan
    114 Greene St., Manhattan

    Sale Price: $82,500,000

Tribeca Holdings LLC purchased this property in a portfolio transaction that also included 118 Greene St. #12, #13, #14, #15; 106 Prince St., and 114 Greene St. #2, #3. Located in SoHo, the property is within close proximity to the N/R subway lines at Broadway and Prince Street, as well as the M55 bus route. The six-story, 1882-built asset is currently home to The Buhl Foundation and Westreich Wagner.

  1. 11 E. 68th St. #COMMB, Manhattan
    Sale Price: $82,000,000

Sold along with 11 E. 68th St. #COMMA and #COMMC, this property was purchased by Status Capital. Located in Manhattan’s Lenox Hill neighborhood, the 13-story building was constructed in 1913. The property is located within walking distance from the 6 subway line at the southwest corner of Lexington Avenue and 68th Street, and is close to the M66 bus station at East 68th Street and Madison Avenue.

  1. 2021 Broadway #COMM, Manhattan
    Sale Price: $39,000,000

Acquired by Hubb NYC Properties, the retail portion is located at the base of the Nevada Towers co-op building. Situated in Lincoln Square, the 1977-built property stands 29 stories above ground and is within walking distance from the 1/2/3 subway lines at Broadway and 72nd Street.

  1. 122 Greenwich Ave. #RET-A, Manhattan
    Sale Price: $31,011,000

This property was sold by New York REIT to RFR Holding Corp. along with #RET-B, #RET-C, #RET-D, #RET-E, #RET-F, #RET-G, #RET-H. Built in 2008, the 11-story asset—known as One Jackson Square—is located in the West Village. The A/C/E/L lines are located nearby at Eighth Avenue and 14th Street, as well as the M14A and D bus routes at the same location.

  1. 11 E. 68th St. #COMMC, Manhattan
    Sale Price: $12,300,000

Home to First Republic Bank, this building was estimated to have been built in 1920 and was last renovated in 2006. The 6 subway line is within walking distance from the asset, at the northeast corner of Lexington Avenue and 77th Street. Located in Lennox Hill, the property comprises 2,448 square feet across two stories.