Here’s what the $10M-$20M NYC investment sales market looked like last week

60 Guilders and Carlyle Group sells Garment District commercial condo, Aview Equities closes on a DoBro office building.

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Oct.October 24, 2018 09:30 AM

18-20 West 33rd Street and 275 Livingston Street in Brooklyn (Credit: Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce and Google Maps)

In the world of mid-market New York City investment sales last week, 60 Guilders and Carlyle Group sold a Garment District commercial condo and Aview Equities closed on a Downtown Brooklyn office building.

1.) 60 Guilders and the Carlyle Group sold a commercial condo unit in the Garment District for $12.9 million.The building, with the address of 18-20 West 33rd Street, is an 11-story property with 21 units. The partners previously set a sellout target of $206.6 million for the building. The buyer is an LLC controlled by Adam Zoia. Zoia appears to be the head of executive recruiting firm Glocap Search.

2.) Abraham Leifer’s Aview Equities closed on its acquisition of a Downtown Brooklyn office building two years after going into contract. Aview paid $14.8 million for 275 Livingston Street, a three-story commercial building at the corner of Hanover Place. The seller is optometrist Harry Blaustein. Aview reportedly went into contract to acquire the building, along with adjacent properties 283 and 291 Livingston Street, in 2016.


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