121 East 61st Road (in between Lexington and Park Avenues)
This 850-sq.-foot office place, in a clinical/dental co-op in Lenox Hill, was beforehand occupied by a dental clinic. The 11-story making, which was constructed in 1924, has four places of work on every ground.
Prospective buyers: Dr. Sookyung Kim and Dr. Byung K. Choi
Buyer’s Broker: Istvan Ritz of Douglas Elliman
Vendor: Estate of Dr. Arthur B. Benjamin
Seller’s Brokers: Stephanie Tashman and Lorett Vigon of Bond New York
$120,000 approximate once-a-year lease
794 Union Road (among Sixth and Seventh Avenues)
Spear Bodily Therapy has signed a 10-yr lease in a three-story setting up in Park Slope. The 1920 developing was intestine renovated a few a long time ago and is household to a few other professional tenants: A single Health care, Corcoran Realty and Escape the Home, which is in the basement. Spear will occupy a 3,750-sq.-foot unit on the third flooring.
Tenant: Spear Actual physical Therapy
Tenant’s Broker: Evan Clements of the Dartmouth Organization
Landlord’s Brokers: Chris Havens and Caroline Pardo of TerraCRG
$44,100 approximate once-a-year lease
231 West 39th Avenue (between Seventh and Eighth Avenues)
Vogue Blue, an add-ons enterprise, has signed a five-12 months lease for a 900-square-foot house in this 12-story, 112-year-aged constructing in the garment district. The business will use component of the 3rd ground for offices and a showroom.
Tenant: Fashion Blue
Landlord: 231/249 West 39 Avenue Associates
Brokers: James and Jeff Buslik of Adams & Organization
1400 Benson Road (between Lane and Frisby Avenues)
This 6-story developing in Westchester Sq. was constructed in 1925 and has six ground-floor retail areas, which include a deli and a health care middle. It also has 58 rent-stabilized and totally free-current market apartments: 36 one-bedrooms, 21 two-bedrooms and one a few-bedroom. It is the 1st time the property has been on the industry.
Seller: Rudin Administration
Brokers: Jonathan Squires, Josh King, Michael Fioravanti, Eric Roth, Shayne Soltan and Robert Shapiro of Cushman & Wakefield