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Village apartment property trades for $22M

Davean Holdings, an investment firm founded in 2017 by David Lloyd and Sean Lefkovits, has acquired two seven-story residential properties in Greenwich Village for $22.25 million.

James Nelson and his team at Avison Young brokered the sale of 103-105 MacDougal Street on behalf of seller, Wilma Gelfand.


Encompassing 39,000 s/f with 72 apartments and one 5,000 s/f retail unit, the block-through properties sold for $572 psf. Comprised of mostly free market units, the property is being delivered with 41 vacancies. The units are configured as one- and two-bedrooms, with the potential to convert some of the one-bedroom units to two-bedrooms.

The 5,000 s/f, fully vented retail property on the first floor can be divided into two separate units and has 50 ft. of frontage on MacDougal Street and 50 ft. on Minetta Street.

Located in between Washington Square and Union Square parks, 103 and 105 MacDougal Street are near NYU and the West 4th subway station.

An Avison Young team comprised of James Nelson, Mitchell Levine, Brandon Polakoff, Alexandra Marolda and David Shalom.

“These two properties represented a unique opportunity to acquire an exceptional asset in one of the city’s most exciting and sought-after downtown residential neighborhoods,” said Nelson.

“The combination of a fantastic Greenwich Village location, vacant free market units with upside potential and additional add-on ground floor retail made this an appealing investment, even in this challenging market.”

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