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Jul.July 01, 2013 07:00 AM
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324 West 47th Street

Midtown South prewar office tower asking $35 million

A 70,200-square-foot building at 247 West 30th Street is for sale with an asking price of $35 million, or about $486 per square foot, the New York Post reported. The 16-story tower, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, is owned by Infinity Real Estate and Katz Properties, and is being marketed by the Brookfield Financial brokerage team of Eric Anton, Ron Solarz and Eric Weinberg. The owners acquired the property, built in 1926, for $14.75 million in 2008. Floor plates range from 2,500 to 5,500 square feet, and setbacks provide outdoor spaces on the upper floors, according to the brokerage team.

Adjoining Midtown West residential properties for sale

Walk-up apartment buildings at 324 and 326 West 47th Street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, are on the market for $25 million. Together, the buildings have 36 apartments, a common laundry room, basement storage and four stores. Total space is about 21,385 square feet. Michael Besen and Glenn Raff of Besen & Associates are representing the owner.

Upper East Side mixed-use building on the market for $19.9 million

A five-story townhouse at 52 East 64th Street that is home to the Park East Animal Hospital has been listed for $19.9 million, according to StreetEasy. Veterinarian Lewis Berman owns the 8,740-square-foot property, which dates to 1920, and operates the pet clinic. The top floors are configured as three floor-through rental apartments. Berman has merged his practice and the new partners are building out another clinic, prompting the sale, listing broker Carol Sacks of ABS Partners told The Real Deal. Sacks is working with colleague Jay Caseley.

Brooklyn development site available

A property at 1821 Emmons Avenue in the Sheepshead Bay neighborhood is on the market for $15.9 million. The lot is on the northeast corner of Emmons Avenue and Sheepshead Bay Road, and faces the water. It measures 169 feet by 244 feet and has an acre of developable land. El Greco Diner occupies the existing one-story, 7,252-square-foot building on the site. Alex Svetlakou of Massey Knakal has the listing.

Noho retail property has $7M price tag

A 4,300-square-foot retail triplex at 620 Broadway is for sale with an asking price of $7 million. The property also has the address of 154 Crosby Street and its main entrance is on Crosby Street; its secondary entrance is on Broadway. Features of the building, which will be delivered vacant, include frontage, 15-foot ceilings, a finished gallery and loft space. The triplex would be ideal for a showroom or a gallery because of its interior configuration along with its visibility from Houston Street and proximity to the Broadway-Lafayette subway station, according to a statement from Ariel Property Advisors, which has the listing. The sales team is made up of Randy Modell, Howard Raber, Shimon Shkury, Victor Sozio and Michael Tortorici.


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