The previous locale of Starbucks at 112 Montague Street has now sat without a commercial tenant since May 2012—soon approaching a year. The coffee shop originally vacated the premises in May 2012 because of roof leaks and plumbing issues, and today, the interior appears in the same condition it was when ‘Bucks moved up the […]
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A former rent-controlled townhouse at 102 Pierrepont Street, between Henry and Clinton Streets, has sold in an all-cash transaction for $3 million to Ira Lifshutz, a local investor. The broker is Massey Knakal, which reports that the 6,600/sf home rests on a 20’x100′ lot, with six residential units. Garden and parlor floors will remain one […]
Two adjacent commercial properties at 76-80 Court Street in Brooklyn Heights have sold for $15,250,000, reports Massey Knakal, which brokered the sale. According to Brownstoner, the buyer and future plans weren’t disclosed. The building at the southwest corner of Livingston Street, 76 Court, comprises one ground floor commercial unit and office space above. Next door, […]
Despite its prime location in Brooklyn Heights, it appears the former location of Starbucks at 112 Montague Street isn’t going to lease itself by way of osmosis. The coffee store relocated to 134 Montague Street toward the beginning of May, almost six months ago. Over the past week, signage appeared on the locale’s window from […]
DUMBO-based developer Fortis Manor, which purchased the homely one-story Brooklyn Eagle Building at 30 Henry Street & Middagh in November 2011, paid $3.5 million for the property, according to a post today on Brownstoner. Broker Massey Knakal confirmed the figure, which is $500K over its asking price of $3 million. That comes out to a […]
As expected, a fourth Brooklyn Heights residential property on the market by the Watchtower Bible & Tract Society has sold. BHB reported in late March that 183 Columbia Heights, then asking $7.1 million, was close to contract after attracting 27 offers, according to the building’s listing agent Massey Knakal Realty Services. The Real Deal reported […]
The Lost City blog writes that the building which houses Heights Books is on the block for $4.5 million. The real estate listing at Massey Knakal states that it will be delivered vacant, retail space included. We have contacted Montague BID and the store for comment on the reported closing.
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