A stunning West Village boutique building — the former home of Gilda’s Club NYC — is on the market for $12.5 million, and ready for prime-time transformation into a single-family mansion. The four-story, 11,332-square-foot property is at 195 W. Houston St. (outside of the historic district) and can be delivered vacant, say listing brokers Brock Emmetsberger and Marshall Dickson of B6 Real Estate Advisors.
B6 Real Estate Advisors announced the appointment of Cory Rosenthal as the investment sales and capital advisory firm’s first chief revenue officer, Commercial Observer has learned.
Locally based brokerage firm B6 Real Estate Advisors has arranged the $12.3 million sale of a 15,550-square-foot office building located at 8 E. 41st St. in Midtown Manhattan. The eight-story building includes 1,550 square feet of retail space. Christopher Cavorti of The Corcoran Group represented the buyer, Piyush Golia, in the transaction. Brock Emmetsberger, Zachary Redding and Marshall Dickson of B6 Real Estate Advisors, along with Nancy Cibrano of The Wings Group, represented the seller, Meir Levy.
An eight-story mixed-use property in the heart of Midtown Manhattan has been sold for $12.4 million. B6 Real Estate Advisors, which represented the seller, Meir Levy, said the building’s purchaser, Piyush Golia, will be the owner-user. The property at 8 E. 41st St. is on the south side of 41st Street between 5th Avenue and Madison. The building includes 14,000 square feet of office space and 1,550 square feet of retail space.
A nearly 16K SF mixed-use building at 8 East 41st St., close to Bryant Park, has sold for $12.4M, broker B6 Real Estate Advisors announced. Meir Levy sold the building to Piyush Golia, the CEO of Perfume Worldwide Inc., who will be an owner-user, according to a press release. Brock Emmetsberger, Zachary Redding and Marshall Dickson of B6 and Wings Group’s Nancy Cibrano represented Levy, while Golia was represented by Corcoran’s Christover Cavorti. The property has five floors of office space, two floors of salon space and ground-floor retail, with nearly 12K SF of air rights.
The seller was represented by B6’s Brock Emmetsberger, Zachary Redding and Marshall Dickson as well as Nancy Cibrano of the Wings Group. Christopher Cavorti of Corcoran represented the buyer.
Industry City “is a super interesting concept in that scale,” Bobby Lawrence, director of investment sales at B6 Real Estate Advisors said, adding he has personally visited on weekends with friends, stopping by the record store, patronizing the barber and having food and drinks to pass the time.
These two single-story warehouses in the Midwood neighborhood are across the street from each other and separated by the aboveground F train tracks. 1490 McDonald Avenue, built in 1928, has 29,500 square feet of storage space and 2,000 square feet of mezzanine office space; 1497 McDonald Avenue, built in 2006, has 5,750 square feet of space, most of it used for storage.
Nick Petkoff has joined B6 Real Estate Advisors as a senior managing director in New York. Focused on investment sales in lower Manhattan, Petkoff joined on Jan. 10 from Better Brokers, an investment shop and brokerage he founded in 2014.
B6 Real Estate Advisors has completed the sale of 1490 & 1497 McDonald Ave., two single-story warehouses totaling 35,250 square feet in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood, for $17 million. The firm’s Bobby Lawrence and Jermaine Pugh represented the seller, MMAH LLC.