215 Moore Street: A tipster sends word that 215 Moore Street in Williamsburg has closed for $28.25 million. Last month the Commercial Observer reported the site went into contract for near its $29.5 million ask, and the buyer is Toby Moscovits of Heritage Equity Partners. The assemblage currently hosts industrial buildings but zoning would allow for a 170,000 square-foot commercial development.
60 Boerum Place [Brownstoner]: A&H Acquisitions’ 11-story, 75-unit mixed-use building with 46,428 square feet of commercial space — located at 60 Boerum Place, in Boerum Hill — is on the rise. Steel is up to the fourth floor, and completion is anticipated for Fall 2015.
172 Montague Street [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]: Grey-black brick is being installed on Bonjour Capital’s topped-out 19-story, 62-unit mixed-use building spanning 172-174 Montague Street, in Brooklyn Heights. Commercial space will total 13,673 square feet, and completion is expected “in mid-2015.”
4 East 34th Street [The Real Deal]: Caerus Group has purchased the six-story, 29,162 square-foot building at 4 East 34th Street — in Midtown South — and “additional development rights for between $70 and $80 million.” The site now boasts “about 100,000 square feet of development rights,” and the developer “plans to build a residential condominium.”
76 North 6th Street [Massey Knakal]: The vacant 2,500 square-foot lot — located at 76 North 6th Street, in Williamsburg — is on the market, listed for $10 million. Permits detailing a five-story (including mezzanine) building are in file, and the site’s three-story predecessor was demolished in 2012.
9 DeKalb Avenue [Crain’s New York]: JPMorgan Chase is putting the landmarked 100,000 square-foot bank building at 9 DeKalb Avenue, in Downtown Brooklyn, on the market, including the building’s “285,000 square feet of development rights.” The property “could fetch well over $100 million,” while the building could be converted to retail or community use.
3205 Broadway [Harlem + Bespoke]: The single-story structure spanning the wedged-shaped lot at 3205-3219 Broadway — in Manhattanville — has been removed from the site to make way for Columbia University’s three-story, 42,771 square-foot academic conference center. The building’s design details have not been revealed, but excavation appears imminent.
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