US $ 10.85 MILLION
1340 Lafayette Avenue, 749 Whittier Street and 745 Whittier Street (between Longfellow Avenue and Drake Street)
Wildflower, the company behind Robert De Niro’s Queens Wildflower Studios, bought the Hunts Point production site from a Long Island company. According to property records, the plots were last purchased for about $ 2.3 million in 2003. The total area of the plots is 55,000 square feet, creating 110,000 square feet of living space.
Buyers: Adam Gordon, Raphael De Niro and David Johnson of Wildflower
Seller: Lanteri family
Brokers: Robert Hodadadian and Daniel Shirazi of Skyline Properties
US $ 1.9 MILLION
125 and 127 Webster Avenue (between Seton Place and Ocean Parkway)
Built in 1932, these adjoining buildings in the Kensington area contain 10 two-bedroom apartments and two one-bedroom apartments. This home has been owned by the same family for several decades, and was last sold in 1971. All 12 apartments are occupied.
Buyer: Russell Hashem
Seller: Joseph Genovese
Brokers: John Brennan and Samuel Finkler of Marcus & Millichap
US $ 28 MILLION
712-726 South Boulevard (between Leggett Avenue and East 156th Street)
This development site at Hunts Point is divided into two sections. The 18,600-square-foot building at 712-724 South Boulevard, which was built in 1931 and last sold in 2016, houses two auto repair shops. The 23,075-square-foot building at 726 South Boulevard, completed in 1925 and last sold in 2009, is empty. The property is being sold as a public building plot of approximately 279,292 square feet.
Sellers: 712 Southern and 729 Bruckner
Brokers: Ayall Schanzer and Matthew Ledwina of Greiner-Maltz Real Estate