Investment Areas

Manhattan

481 Washington Avenue

Now known as The Spice Warehouse (www.spicewarehousenyc.com), this 52,000 square foot former printing building is located on the western edge of the prestigious Soho neighborhood. It was purchased in 2010 and transformed into 15 luxury condominium units. The development was sold out in 2013.

47 3rd Ave

Located in the heart of the vibrant East Village, this 41,000 square foot corner building was built in 2007 in partnership with Douglaston Development. The building consists of a ground floor commercial condominium a
nd a residential condominium on the upper floors. This property was sold in 2014.
  

133 Norfolk

This 10,000 square foot boutique condominium development in the historic Lower East Side was purchased in 2001. Originally the two-story offices of a plumbing supply company, the building is now home to digital production company Psyop, Inc., as well as two luxury apartments

 

Brooklyn

74 Kent Avenue

Located in the dynamic Greenpoint section of Brooklyn, this 18,000 square foot, three-story landmarked building was purchased in January, 2012. Taking advantage of the rising Brooklyn Market, Abingdon Square Partners sold this building in 2014 for a significant return.

287 Graham Street

A  former knitting factory, this 15,000 square foot corner building is located in the burgeoning East Williamburgh neighborhood. After purchase in 2002 it was converted into six luxury apartments and two commercial spaces.

584 Myrtle Avenue

Originally built in 1938 as the headquarters of the Renkin Dairy Company, this 8,000 square foot corner landmarked Art Deco building was purchased in 2004. Located in Clinton Hill, one of Brooklyn’s most up-and-coming neighborhoods, it was converted into eight rental apartments and a corner commercial space. This property was sold in 2014.

148 Hoyt Street

This corner landmarked building in prime Boeurm Hill was purchased in 1990. It is home to the Brooklyn Inn, one of Brooklyn’s oldest and most treasured neighborhood bars.

 

Miami

2200 NW 2nd Avenue

Centrally located on the main retail boulevard in the Wynwood Arts District, this 28,000 square foot property was purchased in July, 2013. Abingdon Square Partners has completed a gut renovation of this property in 2015 and it is currently leased out to a variety of cutting edge retail and office tenants.

2230 NW 2nd Avenue

Situated on a prime corner in the center of the Wynwood Arts District, this 4,500 square foot property is currently being transformed into a high-end European-concept café and wine bar.



176 NW 24th Street – Gramps Building

This 9,000 square foot one-story property is located in heart of the Wynwood Arts District, one of the most dynamic arts communities in the United States. Once a sewing machine manufacturing warehouse, following purchase in 2011 ASP transformed it into a multi-tenanted commercial building housing a restaurant, bar, art gallery and office.

3333 NW 116th Street

This 165,000 square foot distribution warehouse in the Seaboard Industrial Park was purchased in 2011. Through proactive management and tenant relations the property was brought to 100% occupancy. Taking advantage of the explosion in demand for institutional grade industrial space, it was sold in 2013 to Prologis, L.P., one of the nation’s largest publicly traded industrial REITS.

170 NW 24th Street

This 9,000 square foot one-story property is located in heart of the Wynwood Arts District, one of the most dynamic arts communities in the United States. Once a sewing machine manufacturing warehouse, following purchase in 2011 ASP transformed it into a multi-tenanted commercial building housing a restaurant, bar, art gallery and office.

165 NW 23rd Street

This 9,000 square foot one-story property is located in heart of the Wynwood Arts District, one of the most dynamic arts communities in the United States. Once a sewing machine manufacturing warehouse, following purchase in 2011 ASP transformed it into a multi-tenanted commercial building housing a restaurant, bar, art gallery and office