2307 Avenue D (between East 23rd Street and Bedford Avenue)
Built in 1931, this 8,600-square-foot, four-story building in Flatbush has six three-bedroom apartments and a vacant ground floor classified as a day-care space. All the apartments are rent-stabilized, and one is vacant.
Buyer: 2307 Avenue D
Seller: Service family
Broker: Erik Rodriguez of Rodriguez Commercial Realty
345 East 37th Street (between First and Second Avenues)
The real estate advisory firm 60 Guilders sold four offices in this three-story office condominium in Midtown East. The condo has 32 offices and was built in 1985 at the base of the Corinthian residential tower, adjacent to the NYU Langone Medical Center campus. The new owner is leasing the offices to medical professionals.
Buyer: 345 East 37th Street
Seller: Kevin Chisholm, Bastien Broda and Trystan Polsinelli of 60 Guilders
Broker: Adelaide Polsinelli of Compass
101 Belmont Avenue (between Mother Gaston Boulevard and Christopher Avenue)
980 Rutland Road (between East 92nd and East 93rd Streets)
296 Legion Street (at Livonia Avenue)
3324 Tilden Avenue (at East 34th Street)
These four buildings in the East Flatbush and Brownsville neighborhoods are being sold together. The three-story, 3,200-square-foot building at 101 Belmont Avenue was built in 1899 and has two three-bedroom apartments above a commercial space. The three-story building at 980 Rutland Road, built in 1930, has a ground-floor commercial space, four two-bedroom apartments and more than 1,000 square feet of buildable air rights. Also built in 1930, 296 Legion Street is a two-story, 2,800-square-foot building with two two-bedroom apartments, one three-bedroom apartment and a store. The 1931 building at 3324 Tilden Avenue contains a commercial space and five apartments: two two-bedrooms and three one-bedrooms.
Seller: 101 Belmont, Bedford Avenue Holding, MRD Equities and Tilden Avenue
Brokers: Lev Mavashev and Daniel Aminov of Alpha Realty