661 Washington Street (between West 10th and Christopher Streets)
This five-story, 10,000-square-foot building in the West Village was built in 1910 and has 13 free-market apartments: eight one-bedrooms, one two-bedroom, two three-bedrooms and two two-bedroom duplexes. Five of them are vacant.
Buyer: Target CP
Seller: Andrew Galway
Brokers: Adelaide Polsinelli and Udi Eliasi of Compass
260 Fifth Avenue (between West 28th and West 29th Streets)
Built around 1900, this 65,000-square-foot, 12-story office building in the NoMad neighborhood was 80 percent vacant at the time of sale.
Buyer: Amir Loloi
Buyer’s Brokers: Andrew Zang and Greg Albert of Savills
Seller: Five Points Development
Seller’s Broker: Michael J. Ferrara of Brax Realty
87 Wythe Avenue (between North 10th and North 11th Streets)
This property in Williamsburg consists of a 37,000-square-foot retail building and a 53,000-square-foot development site with combined air rights. Built in 1945, the two-story retail building has nine commercial units on the first floor and three on the second. Seventy-five percent of the units have tenants, including Colossal Media, the New Work Project, the Bar Method and Kahkow USA.
Seller: Cayuga Capital
Brokers: Paul J. Massey Jr., Bryan Kirk, Robert W. Moore, DJ Johnston and Christian Kane of B6 Real Estate Advisors