194 30th Street (between Fourth and Fifth Avenues)
Built in 1910, this 9,516-square-foot, two-story building in Greenwood Heights has two two-bedroom apartments. The building was delivered vacant to a developer who plans to build a new residential building on the lot.
Buyer: Daniel Kaykov
Seller: Jose Barreto
Brokers: Derek Bestreich, Luke Sproviero, Adam Lobel, Toby Waring, Gabriel Kates and Daniel Shawah of Bestreich Realty Group
279 Water Street (at Dover Street)
This 5,653-square-foot property in Lower Manhattan consists of a three-story wood building and a four-story brick building connected on the first and second floors. Both buildings were built in 1794 and are considered two of the oldest in Manhattan. The Bridge Café occupied the ground floor of both buildings before closing in 2012. The upper floors in both buildings are vacant lofts.
Buyer: Under the Bridge
Seller: Bridge Associates
Broker: Michael Sherman of Baseline Real Estate Advisors
431 Broome Street (between Broadway and Crosby Street)
This five-story building in SoHo was built in 1825 and fully renovated in 2014. It contains the 14-room Broome Hotel, which occupies 7,480 square feet and includes a 1,040-square-foot cafe and a retail area with a street display. The property also has a 2,500-square-foot basement and a courtyard.
Seller: Pacific 4
Broker: Raphael Sitruk of Keller Williams NYC