Cushman & Wakefield|Pyramid completes seven sales totaling $3.44 million and secures 49,277 s/f in leasing transactions

September 03, 2019 - Upstate New York

Syracuse, NY Cushman & Wakefield|Pyramid Brokerage Co. (CW|Pyramid) has completed the following transactions:

• 8 Dwight Park Dr.: Bodycote Syracuse Heat Treating Corp purchased a 58,717 s/f industrial manufacturing facility from Nu-121 Dwight Park Circle LLC for $1.3 million. Michael Kalet and Cory LaDuke of CW|Pyramid exclusively marketed the property and represented the seller.  

290 Elwood Davis Road - Liverpool, NY

• 290 Elwood Davis Rd. in Liverpool: Anchor QEA, LLC renewed and expanded their lease, now taking 18,167 s/f on a long-term basis. John Clark, CRE, SIOR and Cory LaDuke of CW|Pyramid represented the tenant.

• 135 Old Cove Rd. in Liverpool: LaDuke and Patrick Hillery of CW|Pyramid represented HEPACO in their 1,380 s/f lease. 

• 135 Old Cove Rd. in Liverpool: Genesee Regional Bank leased 1,270 s/f. O’Leary exclusively represented the marketing of the property and facilitated the lease on behalf of the landlord, Greenwood Co.

• 1630 West Genesee St.: The 2,173 s/f office building sold for $130,000.  O’Leary exclusively marketed the property and facilitated the sale on behalf of the seller, Thomas Jurkiewicz. O’Leary is representing the new owner in leasing in the building.  

357 South Warren Street - Syracuse, NY

• 357 South Warren St.: Hope Café Coffee and Tea House leased 1,500 s/f. Troy Bullock of CW|Pyramid brokered this lease on behalf of the landlord.

• 7359 Oswego Rd. in Liverpool: The American Red Cross renewed their 18,900 s/f lease. Brian Balash, CCIM, of CW|Pyramid facilitated the lease on behalf of the tenant.

• Rte. 233 in Westmoreland: A two-acre parcel was sold to CGP Acquisition Development for $200,000. The buyer with plans to develop a Dollar General. Bullock represented the buyer and seller.

1 Hansen Island - Little Falls, NY

• 1 Hansen Island in Little Falls: The 110,082 s/f manufacturing facility was sold by Redco Foods, Inc. to Luminati VTOL for $750,000. The buyer plans to utilize the facility to design manned and unmanned vehicles for commercial and defense applications. D’Amore exclusively marketed the property and facilitated the sale on behalf of the seller.

• 511 East Genesee St. in Fayetteville: Empire Computer Services leased 1,100 s/f at Fayetteville Commons. William Evertz and Christopher Savage of CW|Pyramid exclusively marketed  and facilitated this lease.

• 121 Lexington Ave./205 ½ Cherry St.: A two-parcel property portfolio, totaling 10,756 s/f on .65 acres was sold to Syracuse Quality Living for $120,000. Joyce MacKnight and David Carnie of CW|Pyramid exclusively marketed the property, and represented the seller, True Christian Community Church.

• 6085 Court Street Rd.: 4 Power Now Inc. leased 4,000 s/f of industrial warehouse space. Savage and James Laurenzo of CW|Pyramid represented the tenant in this lease.

• 6086 East Taft Rd.: Lasnicki Laminates leased 2,960 s/f of flex space. Scuderi and MacKnight represented the tenant in this lease.

130 Hotel Street - Utica, NY

• 130 Hotel St. in Utica: The 47,000 s/f multi-story building was sold to Cadet Development Partners for $695,000. The buyer plans to convert the building into loft style apartments with retail on the first level. Jeffrey D’Amore of CW|Pyramid was the sole broker, and exclusively marketed the property for the seller, Fisher Auto Parts.

• 1 Hansen Island in Little Falls: The 110,082 s/f manufacturing facility was sold by Redco Foods, Inc. to Luminati VTOL for $750,000. The buyer plans to utilize the facility to design manned and unmanned vehicles for commercial and defense applications. D’Amore exclusively marketed the property and facilitated the sale on behalf of the seller.

• 1712 Bleecker St. in Utica: The 8,752 s/f mixed-use building was sold by Summit Park LLC to Schmalz Realty LLC for $245,000. Michael Conley of CW|Pyramid exclusively marketed the property, and represented the seller, while D’Amore represented the buyer.

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