Bestreich facilitates five sales totaling $11.8 million

September 04, 2018 - Front Section
Adam Lobel,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Derek Bestreich,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Luke Sproviero,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Toby Waring,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Steve Reynolds,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Tom Reynolds,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Brian Davila,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Hakeem Lecky,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Justin Zeitchik,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Donal Flaherty,
Bestreich Realty Group

 

Brooklyn, NY Bestreich Realty Group has handled closings of five buildings for $11.8 million. The sales include:

401 5th Avenue - Brooklyn, NYT

• The $3.2 million sale of 401 5th Ave., a 4,960 s/f corner mixed-use property in Park Slope. It sold at a 4.05% cap and its sale represented $645 per s/f. Adam Lobel, Derek Bestreich, Luke Sproviero, and Toby Waring represented the buyer and seller. 

 

77 Weirfield Street - Brooklyn, NY

• The $2.9 million sale of 77 Weirfield St., a turn-key 6-unit multifamily in Bushwick. Bestreich, Steve Reynolds, Tom Reynolds and Brian Davila represented the buyer and seller. 

41 Skillman Avenue - Brooklyn, NY

• The $2 million sale of 41 Skillman Ave. in Williamsburg. The development site measures 25 ft. x 100 ft. and is zoned M1-2/R6, MX-8. With a max FAR of 2.7, the lot offers 6,750 buildable s/f. Bestreich, Sproviero,  Hakeem Lecky, Justin Zeitchik and Donal Flaherty represented the buyer and seller. 

81 India Street - Brooklyn, NY

• The $1.9 million sale of 81 India St. in Greenpoint. The development site measures 25 ft. x 100 ft. and is zoned R6B. With a max FAR of 2, the lot offers 5,000 buildable s/f. Bestreich, Lobel, Sproviero, Zeitchik, Lecky, and Flaherty represented the buyer and seller. 

81 Powers Street - Brooklyn, NY

• The $1.8 million sale of 81 Powers St. in Williamsburg. The development site measures 25 ft. x 100 ft. and is zoned R6B. With a max FAR of 2, the lot offers 5,000 buildable s/f. Bestreich, Lobel, Sproviero, Zeitchik, Lecky, and Flaherty represented the buyer and seller. 

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