Sutton Completes 9 Deals

Congratulations to our healthcare group team Kristen Nave and Karen Cannata-LaRocca for representing CNY Neurological Consulting in a long-term lease at 5000 Brittonfield Parkway in East Syracuse, NY. The deal consisted of 4,754 SF with Harry Harkaway, of Harkaway Commercial, representing the landlord.

They also represented the Camillus medical office building, Medical Center West, in leases and lease renewals totaling 18,185 SF.

Lastly, Kristen and Karen represented 5972 Route 31 in Cicero in a long-term lease to On Care Family Health NP.

Kristen Nave also facilitated the following deals:

Centre 31 in Cicero, New York in a long-term lease to a 3,000 SF nail salon.

The Foundry in Syracuse in a 3,900 SF long-term lease to C2AE. Ed Kiesa of CBRE Syracuse represented the tenant.

Kristen also worked with Sutton’s director of brokerage, Bart Feinberg, to represent Madison Towers, 60 Presidential Plaza in Syracuse, NY in a 930 SF long-term lease to a juice bar and deli.

Bart Feinberg acted as the dual agent in a 5 year lease of 523 West Genesee Street to Enterprise Car Rental. The representing landlord was William B Fuccillo Estate.

Bart also facilitated the following deals:

JGH Properties, LLC in the sale of 112-116 Burnet Ave, a 7-unit apartment building to William T Hutchinson Real Estate for $280,000.

Finally Bart, along with Real Estate Salesperson Richard Robb represented Plum Street Management Company in the sale of 514 West Genesee Street to Syracuse Habitat for Humanity for $550,000.


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New Syracuse Community Federal Credit Union

Commercial Brokerage Syracuse

New headquarters for the Syracuse Community Federal Credit Union will open at 1816 Erie Boulevard East. This 1994 vintage medical office building was sold December 29, 2021 by its original owner for $600,000, negotiated by Karen LaRocca and Richard Robb of Sutton Real Estate. Edward Kiesa of CBRE represented the buyer.

Plans for the building include adding drive-thru banking services by extending a driveway to accommodate vehicle circulation; erecting a canopy for weather-protected services; and interior alterations to accommodate back-office and retail banking with an opening this year.


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Office Space At The Foundry Leased

The Foundry 432 North Franklin Street

Real Estate Salesperson Kristen Nave helped arrange the transaction of 1,900 square feet of office space at The Foundry building at 432 North Franklin Street in Franklin Square. She worked alongside Bill Anninos of CBRE/Syracuse to help Dakota Wealth Management, an independent investment-management firm serving high-net-worth individuals, lease the space.


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Sutton Brokers Four Deals

5750 Commons Park

Karen Cannata-LaRocca and Kristen Nave represented the Landlord in the lease of 3,370 SF Office Space at 5750 Commons Park Drive, East Syracuse, NY 13057. Carole Iseneker from Pavia Real Estate represented the tenant, Mohawk Valley Retina.

Karen Cannata-LaRocca represented the seller in the sale of 6528 East Seneca Turnpike, Jamesville, NY 13078, which sold for $105,000.00

Cannata-LaRocca handled the sale of 112 Leo Ave, East Syracuse, NY 13057, representing the seller, John Adamy. The property consists of approximately 2,592 SF on a .83 acre lot. The buyer, Samphier Smooth Floors, bought it for $135,000.00

Steve Saleski and Karen Cannata-LaRocca brokered the sale of a three multi-family property portfolio – 9 Genesee St., Camillus, NY 13031, 308 Case St., Solvay, NY 13209, and 200-206 Ulster St., Syracuse, NY 13204 – totaling $ 780,000.00

Strathmore Paints Closes Final Chapter

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The original owners of Strathmore Coatings have sold their remaining property – 1816 West Fayette Street on Syracuse, NY near west side – to Learning Tree LLC of Syracuse.

Strathmore opened its paint manufacturing plant and retail shop in the 1870 vintage building in the 1950’s. Prior to this time, it had been used for a variety of uses including fire truck manufacturing and a local post office. Along the original Erie Canal and railroad, it was an industrial hub in a workmans neighborhood that still exists and known as Tipperary Hill for the original Irish residents.

The property sold for $315,000 in a transaction requiring diligent work and commitment by both parties and their representatives. Sutton Real Estate Salespersons Karen LaRocca and Richard Robb and Scott Dumas of SmartCore Consulting represented the seller and buyer.