$360,000 approximate annual lease
227 10th Avenue (between West 23rd and 24th Streets)
A 2,000-square-foot restaurant area will turn out to be out there Jan. 1 on the bottom flooring of this 1920 four-story constructing within the Excessive Line and Chelsea gallery district. The Purple Cat, a restaurant that has been there for practically 20 years, will shut on the finish of the 12 months. The area, with 20 ft of frontage, provides an 800-square-foot basement with a prep kitchen. Neighbors embody the Drunken Horse wine bar and the Charlie Hewitt artwork gallery.
Proprietor: 227 Tenth Avenue Firm
Brokers: Aaron Gavios and Margaret Royer, Gavios Realty Group
633 Third Avenue (between East 40th and 41st Streets)
Heritage Baptist Church has purchased a 1,410-square-foot business condominium workplace on the 13th flooring of this 41-story workplace tower in-built 1962 in Turtle Bay. The church is shifting its ministry workplace there from 336 West 37th Avenue.
Purchaser: Heritage Baptist Church
Purchaser’s Dealer: Gregg Cohen, Norman Bobrow & Firm
Vendor: Comm5 Setai
Vendor’s Dealer: Vlad Sapozhnikov, Oneworld Property Advisors
$48,000 approximate annual lease
670 Rogers Avenue (at Clarkson Avenue)
Abe’s Nook, a restaurant and sports activities bar that includes a kosher menu, has signed a 10-year lease for a 1,250-square-foot area on the bottom flooring of this three-story constructing. The proprietor obtained a four-month lease concession for the build-out, and is working towards acquiring a full liquor license. The opening is anticipated in February.
Tenant: Abe’s Nook
Landlord: Brooklyn 315 Realty
Dealer: Sully Klein, Perfect Properties Group