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.
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