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  • The Church Missions House at 281 Park Avenue South and John Cirualo (inset)

    The Church Missions House at 281 Park Avenue South and John Ciraulo (inset)

    UPDATED, 12:30 p.m., August 1: An insider today revealed Aby Rosen’s RFR Realty as the true buyer of the property. Please see updated piece here.

    New York City’s Church Missions House, an elaborate six-story Flemish-Renaissance landmarked building at 281 Park Avenue South, is in contract for north of $50 million, The Real Deal has learned. Sources said that a prominent Italian family — two sources identified them as the Garzoni family — landed the deal, and is expected to convert the building into boutique condominiums with retail at the base. [more]

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    From left: 83 Bowery, 103 Bowery, 219 Bowery and John Ciraulo

    A portfolio of 11 mixed-use properties on the Bowery has sold for $62 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. The buildings traded hands between a family trust, which had long owned them, to Joseph Betesh of Milestone Equities, whose family owns hip-hop apparel purveyor Dr. Jay’s. [more]

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    From left: Adam Spies, Robert Knakal, Woody Heller, Richard Baxter and Harry Krausman
    Sources: CoStar Group, and The Real Deal.
    Footnotes: Sales data is for Manhattan deals published on the city property record site Acris in September and provided by Brokers and additional information is from CoStar Group and The Real Deal.

    The top commercial deal to be recorded in city property records in September
    was JPMorgan Chase Asset Management closing on the $719 million acquisition of the 14-story office and commercial building
    200 Fifth Avenue, (part of the former International Toy Center buildings), data shows. Eastdil Secured’s Adam Spies and Douglas
    Harmon brokered the sale (see chart above). The purchase drove much of the
    monthly total transfer value, which was $2.9 billion in commercial deals reported
    on the city property record site Acris, an analysis of figures
    show. … [more]

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    Massey Knakal brokers from top: John Ciraulo, vice chairman of Massey Knakal; Craig Waggner, director of sales; Jonathan Hageman, sales team manager; and view of 846-850 Sixth Avenue and 1227 Broadway facing east
    A 12,260-square-foot lot near Herald Square hit the market with an asking price of $42.75 million, according to Massey Knakal Realty Services, which is exclusively marketing the property.

    The triangle-shaped lot, a combination of a four-story commercial building at 1227 Broadway and a parking lot and one-story building at 846-850 Sixth Avenue, comprises the entire nearly 290-foot-long south side of 30th Street between Broadway and Sixth Avenue, along with more than 68 feet of frontage along Sixth Avenue and more than 15 feet of frontage along Broadway.

    About 5,060 square feet of the eastern portion of the lot lies in a zoning district that allows for an office, hotel, manufacturing or community facility use with a floor area ratio of 10, according to the listing. … [more]