Monday, February 10, 2014

Real Estate Monday

Let's move down the hill from Woodrow & Roosevelt Courts to the expressway.  Last time I walked down 30th Street, I saw the parked vehicles at no.126,

but I missed the house far back on the lot behind them. 126 and the diminutive (600 sq. ft.) house next door are up for sale, at $525,000 apiece. The two combined make up a 50'x 100'lot.

Meanwhile, for a slight change in scale & closer to home, here's the future look for Fourth & 11th (The Real Deal via Brownstoner).  

The Real Deal

The buyers of the huge development site on the corner of 4th Avenue and 11th Street are planning a mixed-use rental building 12 to 14 stories high, The Real Deal reported. The building at 470 4th Avenue will have 107,000 square feet of space and ground-floor shops. The sale closed this month, as promised. 
The buyers are a group of three developers, including Adam America, which also purchased the McDonald’s site further up 4th Avenue at No. 275 in Park Slope, said The Real Deal. The other two are Slate Property Group and Naveh Shuster. The buyers paid the asking price of $20,000,000. TerraCRG brokered the sale.

Adam America.?  Poor Walt, turning in his grave.

1 comment:

Ken Mac said...

love that final photo.