$8.7 MILLION

121 East 37th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues)

Manhattan

This five-story building in Murray Hill is about 9,000 square feet and contains 11 free-market apartments, most of which are one-bedrooms. It was built in 1920 and last changed hands in 2016.

Buyer: Kay-Medix

Buyer’s Broker: Shinya Sangu of Relo Redac

Seller: PR 121 East 37

Seller’s Broker: Michael Sherman of the Manhattes Group

$2.5 MILLION

285 Quincy Street (between Nostrand and Marcy Avenues)

Brooklyn

This five-story, 32,000-square-foot building in Bedford-Stuyvesant has 21 rent-stabilized apartments. It last changed hands in 1989.

Buyer: Klosed Properties

Seller: Wilmaud Realty

Broker: Matthew Cosentino of TerraCRG

$5.995 MILLION

112-113 South Street (between Beekman Street and Peck Slip)

Manhattan

Built in 1819, these two five-story building in the financial district have been vacant since 2005. The loft-style floors have no partitions. Both buildings are 17 feet wide, with 4,697 square feet of available air rights.

Seller: Fogliano Realty

Broker: Michael J. Ferrara of Brax Realty