September 11th, 2013, by Rosalie R. Radomsky
45-35 Parsons Boulevard (at Hawthorne Avenue)
A private investor has bought this four-story 1927 walk-up with 20 apartments — 17 onebedrooms and three two-bedrooms. The 15,600-square-foot building features high ceilings and walk-in closets.
Buyer: Solo Capital, L.L.C.
Seller: George Skondras
Brokers: Jackie Himmelstein and Greg Corbin, Besen & Associates
$171,000 approximate annual rent
7 West 36th Street (Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas)
A real-time financial data and media company has taken a four-year lease for 4,500 square
feet on the entire fourth floor of this 16-story office building. The lobby and elevator of this
1925 building are now being renovated.
Tenant brokers: Howard Rosenblum and Elliot Warren, the Kaufman Organization
Landlord: Quartz Associates L.L.C.
Landlord representative: Neil Polon, Empire Management
$600,000 approximate annual rent
24 Central Park South (between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas)
A 4,000-square-foot retail space, which can be divided at a higher cost per square foot,
offers 30 feet of frontage and 11-and-a-half-foot-high ceilings in this 21-story 1961 white brick
co-op apartment building, across from Central Park. Non-cooking food establishments that
do not require venting will be considered.
Owner: 24 Central Park South Inc.
Brokers: Alan Victor and Matt Cohen, the Lansco Corporation