287 Court docket Road (between Douglass and Degraw Streets)
In-built 1931, this three-story, 2,688-square-foot constructing in Cobble Hill has one ground-floor industrial unit and one rent-stabilized three-bedroom duplex house on the higher flooring. The industrial unit was beforehand occupied by Seoul Tailors, however was delivered vacant together with the house.
Purchaser: The Yao household
Vendor: The Smith household
Brokers: Derek Bestreich, Luke Sproviero, Adam Lobel, Toby Waring, Gabriel Kates and Daniel Shawah of Bestreich Realty Group
431 DeKalb Avenue (at Classon Avenue)
This four-story, 8,000-square-foot constructing in Bedford Stuyvesant was in-built 1905 and has two industrial items and 6 rent-stabilized three-bedroom flats. A grocer occupies one of many retail areas. The opposite industrial unit and two flats have been vacant on the time of the sale. The property was final offered in 1984 and contains two parking areas.
Purchaser: 431 DeKalb
Vendor: The Cascetta household
Brokers: Josh Lipton and Andrew Levine of Invictus Property Advisors
1737 Pilgrim Avenue (at Westchester Avenue)
In-built 1929, this five-story, 50,855-square foot constructing in Pelham Bay has two industrial items and 65 flats: 48 one-bedrooms, 15 two-bedrooms, one studio and a superintendent’s unit. Fifty-one flats are rent-stabilized, one is rent-controlled and 13 are free market. A laundromat and a printing firm occupy the retail areas, and the constructing is absolutely occupied. The property additionally features a courtyard.
Vendor: Tered Realty 1737-39 Pilgrim L.L.C.
Brokers: Marco Lala, Jack Lala, Michelle Lala and David Raciti of RM Friedland