1211 Eighth Avenue (between 12th and 13th Streets)
Built in 1920, this 6,516-square-foot building near Prospect Park in Park Slope has eight two-bedroom apartments, and all but one are occupied.
Buyer: Arlia family
Buyer’s Broker: John Brennan of Marcus & Millichap
Seller: Circle 1211
Seller’s Brokers: Rita Knox of Rita Knox Realty and Elaine Gay of Townsley & Gay
1314 St. Nicholas Avenue (at West 176th Street)
This single-story retail building in Washington Heights was delivered vacant. It is 6,753 square feet, with 15,866 square feet of additional air rights. The building was last sold in 1973.
Buyer: 1314 St. Nicholas L.L.C.
Seller: 1314 Realty Partners
Broker: Matthew Sparks of GFI Realty Services
241 West 14th Street (between Seventh and Eighth Avenues)
Built between 1845 and 1847, this 12,320-square-foot, five-story building in the West Village was designated a landmark in 1978. It is home to the Norwood Club, a private arts club, which occupies the entire building. The property includes a commercial kitchen and a large outdoor space.
Seller: Magnum Real Estate Group
Brokers: Michael Rudder and Justin Harris of Rudder Property Group