Feinberg represented the seller, DuPont, in the sale of 69 Seneca Ave., a 60,000 s/f industrial building. The building sold for $725,000 to Rock Environmental.
Feinberg and Binswanger represented the seller, Masterlock, in the sale of 900 Linden Ave., a 234,000 s/f industrial building on nine acres. The property sold for $2 million to Star Development Group who was represented by Patrick Wahl of CBRE Rochester.
Feinberg procured the sale of 2083-2107 Park St., a 1.5 acre development site in Syracuse, for $700,000 to the Wolak Group.
Multiple agents at Sutton Real Estate Company have completed transactions recently totaling in over 25,000 S/F.
Larry Socia and Dick Robb represented the seller, Keybank in the sale of 3775 Route 31, a 2,652 +/- SF building, in Clay NY for $625,000. The buyer was Pathfinder Bank.
Boston IVF, one of the nation’s most experienced fertility networks, offering world-renowned fertility treatment services, is opening a new state-of-the-art center in Syracuse, NY. The Syracuse Center, opening in May, 2018, will offer its full array of fertility treatment services at the new 10,000 sq. foot center, located at 5792 Widewaters Parkway in Dewitt, NY. Sutton Real Estate Company’s Healthcare Group – including Joseph Lewis, SIOR, Kristen Nave Fehlman and Karen Cannata-LaRocca – worked in collaboration with Newark Grubb to provide site selection for the new Syracuse IVF center, as well as lease contract and negotiation services.
Kristen Nave Fehlman, of Sutton Real Estate Company’s Healthcare Group, represented the tenant, CNY Neurodiagnostics, in a 2,070 +/- SF medical office space lease at Herald Commons, in Downtown Syracuse, NY.
Karen Cannata-LaRocca represented the tenant, Tru Line Collision, in a 3,000 +/- SF retail lease at 121 Plum Street in Syracuse, NY.
Ken Tyminski represented the Landlord in a 2,200 +/- SF lease at 215 North Main Street in North Syracuse, NY.
Ribbon Cutting for the newly refurbished Harbor Street Lofts located at 710 Emerson Avenue, took place on Tuesday, 6/20/17. Sutton worked with New York State Homes & Community Renewal to take this former knitting factory and create 40 high-quality loft apartments that appeal to a wide range of Syracuse residents. Individuals and small families, as well as seniors, call Harbor Street Lofts their home due to many accessible features, affordable rental rates and proximity to commercial services & Downtown Syracuse.
“A little more than three months after opening, the 40 apartments at a 111-year-old former knitting factory on Syracuse’s West Side are filled with tenants.
Louis Fournier, president of Syracuse-based Sutton Real Estate Co., said leasing at Harbor Street Lofts began March 1 and leases have been signed for all 40 units. Tenants have moved into 37 of the units, and the remaining three will be occupied within a couple of weeks, he said.”
John Thomasmeyer represented the seller of 311 Montgomery St., the former home of Central New York Telephone and Telegraph Co. that was converted to a mixed use property. The sale price for the 10,000 s/f historic building was $900,000.
Bart Feinberg represented the Telesis Community Credit Union in the sale of 198,000 s/f warehouse facility located at 123 Great Bear Rd. in Volney for $350,000. Feinberg leased 2,670 s/f in Creek-walk Commons to Express Mart. Feinberg leased 1,440 s/f in Chimney Plaza in DeWitt to Frameology Optical. This seven-year term was settled at $2,000 per month.
Ken Tyminski represented the seller of 212 Franklin St., a two story building in Syracuse for $220,000.
Barret Paving entered into a lease for 3,000 s/f in the Sherwood Office Park in Liverpool. Kristen Nave Fehlman represented the Sherwood Office Park with Dick Robb representing Barrett Paving. Terms of the five-year lease were $14.50 per s/f.
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