Seven-building East Flatbush rental complex asks $35M

KMG Partners paid $19.5M in 2007

TRD New York /
May.May 15, 2014 08:45 AM

Real estate investment firm KMG Partners is asking $35 million for a seven-building apartment complex occupying a full block in East Flatbush, The Real Deal has learned.

The 195,000-square-foot Clarendon Gardens site at 5407-5413 Kings Highway in Brooklyn holds 224 rent-stabilized apartments and 97 parking spots. The deal would also come with 23,790 square feet of as-yet-unused air rights. The units are housed in five three-story buildings and two two-story buildings. The site underwent $4 million in renovations, including a new roof and new gas system, over a three-year period ending in 2011.

Shallini Mehra and Amit Doshi of Flatiron District-based brokerage Besen & Associates are marketing the site, located near Avenue D.

Landlord Eric Granowsky, who left KMG in 2012, went on to launch another real estate firm, ESG Equities. KMGH Clarendon LLC, an affiliate of KMG Partners, bought the buildings in 2007 for $19.5 million, property records. Besen & Associates represented KMG Partners in the 2007 deal.

In 2012, an investor group led by KMG and Peter Moore Associates owed $108.4 million on a building loan mortgage and a project loan mortgage for 627 Greenwich Street, a botched condominium conversion project.  The 124,000-square-foot building sold to LG Acquisitions I, LLC for $75 million just last month, as The Real Deal reported.

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