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JLL Capital Markets arranged the $17.25-million sale of a two-story retail building in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood to Israel-based Gazit Horizons

Gazit Horizons Picks Up Park Slope Retail 

JLL Capital Markets closed the $17.25-million sale of 555 Fifth Ave., a two-story retail building in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood. JLL represented the seller, Fifteenth and Fifth LLC. Israel-based Gazit Horizons acquired the property. 

The building features a total of 21,016 rentable square feet, with a portion of the 7,300-square-foot first floor currently leased to Sherwin Williams Paints and the 6,800-square-foot second floor and the 7,300-square-foot basement leased to Crunch Fitness. 

The JLL Capital Markets team representing the seller was led by managing director Michael Mazzara; senior managing directors Brendan Maddigan and Stephen Palmese; managing directors Winfield Clifford and Ethan Stanton; and VP Patrick Madigan. Senior managing director Alex Sharrin and director Alex Geanakos provided net-lease services. 

“The asset provides current cash flow from credit tenants while being extremely unique in that it comprises of over 20,000 rentable square feet of commercial space in Park Slope,” said Mazzara. 


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JLL's Mazzara

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