Massey Knakal Realty Services.
* A one-of-a-kind townhouse at 119 East 38th Street in Murray Hill with an asking price of $8,600,000. The six-level, 8,000 s/f building is composed of a 4,000 s/f commercial duplex on the ground and parlor floors with a separate renovated four-bedroom residence with an elevator. The ground floor office space has a small garden in the rear. The rear of the kitchen has floor-to-ceiling windows lead ing way to a landscaped terrace. The fourth level consists of an enclosed half-court basketball setup with front and rear garden terraces. John F. Ciraulo and Michael Azarian are handling the assignment.
* A walk-up apartment building at 40 Morton Street, between Seventh Avenue South and Hudson Street. The asking price is $5,950,000. The building has five stories with 15 residential units and one lower level storage space with a half bathroom. James P. Nelson and Brock Emmetsberger are handling the assignment.
* A mixed-use building at 130 Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights. The asking price is $5,750,000. The five-story building is approximately 7,569s/f plus additional air rights. It has nine rent stabilized residential units and two retail units, both retail of which are occupied. Bob Knakal and Stephen Palmese are handling the assignment.
* A retail co-op at 38 Park Row, located off of Greenwich Street on Beekman and Nassau Streets in the Financial District. The two-corner co-op occupies approximately 13,632 s/f on the ground floor. Bob Knakal and Nick Petkoff are handling the assignment.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Apr 11, 2012|
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