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250 Green Street (between McGuinness Boulevard and Provost Street)


Gotham Drywall bought this 11,822-square-foot building, which was constructed in 1931, in the Greenpoint neighborhood. The property includes a courtyard and 6,678 square feet of air rights.

Buyer: Gotham Drywall

Buyer’s Broker: Mat Diana of DY Realty

Seller: Kingston Green Street

Seller’s Brokers: Dan Marks, Daniel Lebor and Garrett Allen of TerraCRG


228 Seventh Avenue (between West 23rd and West 24th Streets)


This 6,210-square-foot mixed-use building in Park Slope was built in 1920. It has four floors and last changed hands in 1994. Tenants include AT&T and Chocolateria.

Buyer: Chris Lee

Sellers: Peter and George Sherwin

Brokers: Shaun Riney and Mark Zarrella of Marcus & Millichap

$300/SQ. FT.

$10.8 million approximate annual rent

1332 Third Avenue (between East 76th and East 77th Streets)


A sandwich shop, Lenwich by Lenny’s, has entered a long-term lease for a 3,000-square-foot on the ground floor of this five-story building contructed in 1920 on the Upper East Side.

Tenant: Lenwich by Lenny’s

Tenant’s Brokers: Cory Zelnik and Jason Turner of Zelnik and Company

Landlord: 1332 Holding

Landlord’s Brokers: Brandon L. Singer, Matthew Ball and Michael Cody of Cushman & Wakefield


522 Evergreen Avenue (between Woodbine and Palmetto Streets)


Built in 2019, this four-story, 5,612-square-foot building in Bushwick contains two ground-floor duplexes and six one-bedroom apartments. The duplexes have access to a backyard, and the other apartments have private balconies.

Seller: Hen Hawk

Brokers: Matthew L. Gillis, Matthew Davis and Sean R. Kelly of Ariel Property Advisors