Built between 1913 and 1941, the seven properties are comprised of both elevator and walk-up apartment
buildings that sold for 14.
7,250,000 for 3 four-story walk-up apartment
buildings containing a total of 8 apartments and 4 stores, located on Lexington Avenue in Manhattan, New York.
2,400,000 for a five-story walk-up apartment
building containing 22 units and 4 stores, located on Belmont Avenue in the Bronx, New York.
27 million for the permanent financing of 59 affordable housing units in six renovated, three-to-five-story walk-up apartment
buildings in Harlem and Washington Heights.
During the first half of 2007, elevator buildings represented approximately 10% of the total number of buildings sold, while walk-up apartment
buildings represented approximately 56% and mixed-use accounted for approximately 34%.
A new mortgage for $3,500,000 on a 44-unit, 5-story walk-up apartment
building on West 133rd Street in New York, NY.
5,200,000 for a six-story walk-up apartment
building containing 26 units with 5 commercial units, located on Broadway in Manhattan, New York.
A new mortgage for $11,500,000 on three walk-up apartment
buildings totalling 48 apartments and 4 retail stores located on Broome Street and East 10th Street in New York, NY.
It took eight years, but broker Rama Bassalali was finally able to convince the owner of two walk-up apartment
buildings in Nolita that the price was right.
The most active market segment was Brooklyn walk-up apartment
buildings, with over 600 sales.
Permanent financing in the amount of $13,150,000 was obtained by Richard Pergolis for five 5-story walk-up apartment
buildings in the Bronx.
A new mortgage for $2,100,000 on a 25-unit, 5-story walk-up apartment
building on West 104th Street in New York, NY.