No. 109 between Third Avenue and Fourth Avenue features 13 residential units and a retail space.
The longtime owner was listed as a trust with a Los Angeles address. The name of the new owner has not hit public records just yet.
According to the New York Business Journal: "The property's current zoning allows for up to 15,000 buildable square feet and the possibility for future development or air rights sales."
The Central Bar, the bi-level sports bar-lounge, closed this past March. In a letter to patrons, the bar owners noted: "Our landlord has sold the building and the new owners will not be keeping us as tenants."
Some years back, the address was home to Pageant Book & Print Shop, and its storefront served as a location for Neil Simon's "Chapter Two" and Woody Allen's "Hannah and Her Sisters."
You can now find Pageant Print Shop at 69 E. Fourth St. between Second Avenue and the Bowery.