561 West 144th Street (between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue)
A local investor has bought this five-story 1910 walk-up in Hamilton Heights. The 17,650-square-foot building has 21 apartments — six two-bedrooms, eight three-bedrooms, three four-bedrooms and four five-bedrooms. The average monthly rent is $1,891.
Buyer: 561 West 144 Realty L.L.C.
Seller: 561 West 144 Residences L.L.C.
Brokers: Lazer Sternhell and Peter Vanderpool, Cignature Realty Associates
$175,000 approximate annual rent
195 Bleecker Street (between Macdougal Street and Avenue of the Americas)
Rice Cream Shoppe, which will offer rice pudding in 21 flavors, has taken a 10-year lease for a 750-square-foot retail space with a 250-square-foot basement in this six-story Greenwich Village walk-up. It will receive three months rent-free for its build-out. The space was formerly occupied by Stieber’s Sweet Shoppe.
Tenant: Rice Cream Shoppe L.L.C.
Tenant’s broker: Jeff Geoghegan, Eastern Consolidated
Landlord: Celestial Seven L.L.C.
Landlord’s brokers: Matthew Olden and William Abramson, Buchbinder & Warren Realty Group
$850,000 approximate annual rent
43 Wooster Street (between Broome and Grand Streets)
A 10-year lease is available for a newly renovated 4,300-square-foot white-box space with a 2,800-square-foot lower selling level in this six-story cast-iron SoHo building. The space has 14-foot ceilings and 40 feet of frontage. The former tenant, Wooster Street Social Club, a tattoo shop that appeared in the reality television show “NY Ink” on TLC, changed its name to Love Hate Social Club when it moved to Lafayette Street.
Owner: 43 Wooster Retail L.L.C.
Brokers: Michael Glanzberg and Max Talpalar, Sinvin Real Estate