640 Manhattan Avenue (between Norman and Nassau Avenues)


This 4,875-square-foot, three-story building in Greenpoint was built in 1931 and has one commercial space and two three-bedroom apartments. The building was delivered vacant.

Buyers: Max Koshkerman and Oren Halali

Buyers’ Broker: Michael Sherman of Baseline Real Estate Advisors

Seller: Howard Berke

Seller’s Brokers: Derek Bestreich, Luke Sproviero, Donal Flaherty, Hakeem Lecky and Corey Haynes of Bestreich Realty Group

$11.25 MILLION

9 Spring Street (between Elizabeth Street and Bowery)


Built in 1900, this 13,403-square-foot, seven-story building in NoLIta has 26 one-bedroom apartments, two of them vacant and all rent-stabilized, and two retail units. One is occupied by Aberizk, a clothing store with a focus on up-and-coming independent designers. The other is vacant.

Buyer: OR 9 Spring L.L.C.

Seller: 9 Spring L.L.C.

Brokers: Matt Fotis, Robert Aaron, Colton Traynham, Jonathan Zarin of Marcus & Millichap

$13.75 MILLION

130-20 Farmers Boulevard (at Merrick Boulevard)


This 19,190-square-foot, two-story building in St. Albans was built last year and has two commercial units and a 47-space parking lot. The ground floor is leased to CityMD through September 2035, and the second floor is leased to Blink Fitness through January 2035.

Seller: 13020 Farmers L.L.C.

Brokers: Stephen R. Preuss, Kevin Schmitz, Kevin Louie and Andreas Efthymiou of Ripco Real Estate

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