Park Slope mixed-use property marks lone mid-market transaction this week

A United Elite Group-linked LLC paid $13M for the property

Feb.February 24, 2020 08:00 AM
69-75 Fourth Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

69-75 Fourth Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

There was just one deal made public in New York’s mid-market investment sales this week. Here are the details:

An LLC linked to United Elite Group purchased a four-story mixed-use property in Park Slope for $13 million. The seller was Fourth New York Realty Co., which is based in Summit, N.J. The property is located at 69-75 Fourth Avenue, and the four adjacent lots span 6,190 square feet with 16 residential units overall.

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