26-34 Sherman Avenue: Built in 1928, this 10,000 SF building in the Fort George neighborhood has been owned by the same family since 1976. The single-story building was last used as a medical facility by New York State.
Emmetsberger is a veteran of Massey’s previous firm. The B6 CEO cited his close ties with the broker and his track record — particularly in the Chelsea and Greenwich Village markets — as reasons for bringing him on board.
The Forest Hills Jewish Center has put a development site in Forest Hills, Queens on the market. The lot is over 36,000 square feet and has a four-story, 68,000 SF religious/educational facility.
A 12-story building in New York’s Diamond District has hit the market for $113 million — a cut above its last sale price of $1.3 million.
“I think the perfect buyer is going to be someone with a very long term view of New York City,” Massey said. “To be able to buy a HQ building smack in the middle of 47th and 5th close to Grand Central is a rare opportunity.”
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