229 Kent Avenue (between Grand and North First Streets)
This 2,900-square-foot, three-story building in Williamsburg has one vacant retail unit and two two-bedroom apartments, both occupied. The retail space was formerly a bar.
Buyer: Mendel Gold
Seller: Sam Tufnell
Seller’s Brokers: Peter Von Der Ahe, Shaun Riney and Mike Salvatico of the NYM Group at Marcus & Millichap
2268 31st Street (between 23rd Avenue and Ditmars Boulevard)
This two-story, 7,668-square-foot building in Astoria was built in 1931. It has been occupied by the Postal Service since 1986 and last changed hands in 1990.
Buyer: LG Astoria
Seller: Ditmars Associates
Brokers: Greg Batista, Todd Cooper and Mark Kaplan of Ripco Real Estate
323 West 101st Street (between West End Avenue and Riverside Drive)
This three-story, 4,480-square-foot building on the Upper West Side was built in 1905. It has two floor-through two-bedroom units, one garden-level duplex and a basement. It last changed hands in 2015.
Buyers: Teeda Pinyavat, Alan Pinyavat and Nakorn Pinyavat
Sellers: Aaron Chang and Yueh Hwa Chang Chen
Sellers’ Brokers: Brett Weisblum, Eric Roth, Mike Nemirovsky and Tyler Signora of Cushman & Wakefield
$120,000 approximate annual rent
805 East 139th Street (between Bruckner Boulevard and Walnut Avenue)
Imperfect Foods, which offers a delivery service for cosmetically imperfect produce, signed a lease for a 5,750-square-foot ground-floor industrial space in this building in the South Bronx. Built in 1948, the building is 74,325 square feet. Imperfect Foods is the only tenant.
Tenant: Imperfect Foods
Landlord: Altmark Group
Broker: Andrew Roth of EXR Somerset