“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.
Sutton Real Estate Company has completed the sale of 8255 Willett Pwy., a 43,590 s/f warehouse. The property sold for $825,000. The buyer was represented by Kristen Nave Fehlman of Sutton and the seller was represented by Peter Cappuccilli of Longley Jones Management Co.
In a second transaction, Bart Feinberg of Sutton brokered the sale of 732 James St., a 14,800 s/f office building for $625,000. Vera House purchased the property for its new corporate office from Home Aides of CNY.