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ImageThis Greenwich Village building has 32 apartments. Nineteen are rent-stabilized, and one is rent-controlled.
This Greenwich Village building has 32 apartments. Nineteen are rent-stabilized, and one is rent-controlled. Credit…Bestreich Realty Group


218-220 Thompson Street (between Bleecker and West Third Streets)


This 18,375-square-foot mixed-use building in Greenwich Village was built in 1900. The six-story building contains two commercial spaces and 32 apartments; 19 are rent-stabilized, and one is rent-controlled. There are two studios, 14 one-bedrooms, 15 two-bedrooms and one three-bedroom apartment. The retail spaces are occupied by Sunflower Glass Company Smoke Shop and Meno Coffee & Tea.

Buyer: 218 Thompson Street

Seller: The Mickenberg family

Brokers: Zachary Ziskin, Adam Lobel, Justin Zeitchik and Eli Zempsky of Bestreich Realty Group


This single-family home in Murray Hill has eight bedrooms and a 900-square-foot cellar.Credit…The Corbin Group


140 East 37th Street (between Lexington and Third Avenues)


Built in 1881, this five-story, 5,342-square-foot building in Murray Hill is a single-family home with eight bedrooms and a 900-square-foot cellar. The building was last sold in 2017.

Seller: Amadeus 140

Brokers: Greg Corbin and Shaun Rose of Rosewood Realty Group


This building in West Harlem has 23 rent-stabilized apartments and three levels of community space that include a full-size swimming pool, a basketball court and a cycling track. Credit…Marcus & Millichap

For Sale

$12.25 MILLION

181 West 135th Street (between Malcolm X and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevards)


This 35,000-square-foot, six-story building in West Harlem was built in 1918-19 by the architect John F. Jackson and was home to the Jackie Robinson Y.M.C.A. Youth Center. It was granted landmark designation by the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission in 2016 and was “a center of intellectual, political and social activity for African Americans in the first half of the 20th century,” according to the commission’s website. It has three levels of community space: a full-size swimming pool and two exercise rooms in the basement, a basketball court and two offices on the ground level, and a cycling track and two classrooms on the second floor. It also has 24 apartments: four studios, eight one-bedrooms and 12 two-bedrooms, all rent-stabilized and two of them vacant. An application has been started with the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development for a loan to renovate the residential portion of the building.

Seller: 181 West 135th Street L.L.C.

Brokers: Willie Jalboukh and Said Boukhalfa of Marcus & Millichap

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