Nelson Management picking up
rent-stabilized Bronx building for $36M

Firm purchased property from Morris Weintraub Associates, which had owned it for decades

TRD New York /
Apr.April 02, 2019 02:30 PM
3240 Henry Hudson Parkway in the Bronx and Nelson Management president Robert Nelson (Credit: Google Maps)

3240 Henry Hudson Parkway in the Bronx and Nelson Management president Robert Nelson (Credit: Google Maps)

Nelson Management is adding to its portfolio of rent-stabilized buildings with a roughly $36 million Bronx purchase.

The company is buying 3240 Henry Hudson Parkway in Riverdale for $35.74 million, according to sources familiar with the deal. The six-story, 108-unit property spans about 163,000 square feet, and Morris Weintraub Associates has owned it for decades.

Peter Von Der Ahe, Seth Glasser, Joe Koicim, Michael Fusco and Adam Radi of Marcus & Millichap brokered the deal.

Company president Robert Nelson said they plan to renovate the property, which he described as “just a solid, rent-stabilized building in probably one of the best neighborhoods of New York City.”

Nelson Management, one of the city’s major rent-stabilized landlords, is currently dealing with a controversy at its 700-unit Atlantic Plaza Towers project in Brownsville, where tenants filed an objection with the state to its plans to install facial recognition scanners at the complex.

Morris Weintraub also recently sold a 424-unit portfolio of five buildings in Southern Brooklyn and Eastern Queens to the Parkoff Organization for $115 million.

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