Azita Aghravi, Agent in NYC - Compass

Azita Aghravi

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Commercial Observer: Eastern Alum Azita Aghravi to Join Investment Sales Division at Compass

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Languages: English, Hebrew, Persian, Spanish


New York University (1975-1979)

About Azita

Azita Aghravi has been a highly successful commercial sales broker for over 30 years.

Over the past twelve years Ms. Aghravi has closed over $1.5 billion of sales of both commercial and residential properties. Ms. Aghravi’s particular areas of concentration are elevatored apartment buildings, vacant buildings for hotel or residential development, walk-ups with a strong retail component, office buildings and commercial condominiums.

Ms. Aghravi is a member of The Real Estate Board of New York. She is also on the executive board of WIZO USA and is Vice President of the Sephardic Society of Manhattan. She was the recipient of Eastern Consolidated’s distinguished 2004 and 2007 “Broker of the Year” Award and was also designated a “Commercial Broker All Star” by Real Estate New York, a “Woman of Achievement” by Real Estate Weekly and New York Real Estate Journal. Ms. Aghravi is often cited in the press on a number of topics relating to commercial real estate.

Ms. Aghravi holds a B.S. from New York University. She is fluent in Farsi, Hebrew, and Spanish. Ms. Aghravi’s notable transactions include: 342-344 West 72nd Street aka “The Chatsworth”, a elevatored landmark property for $150,000,000; the Torchlight Portfolio, an 8-building note sale for $65,250,000; 1146-1150 Avenue of the Americas, an office/hotel for $39,000,000 and 364-370 West 18th Street, a pre-war mixed-use residential building for $33,800,000.

Select Recent Transactions

  • 443 Greenwich Street: Two 7-story commercial buildings with 43-units sold for $115,000,000
  • 823 Park Avenue: 154 pre-war West Side condos and garage spaces sold for $60,750,000 million
  • Westside Condo Package: 154 pre-war condos and 8 garage spaces sold for $56,090,000
  • 989 Avenue of the Americas: A 20-story, 20-unit, 96,000 square foot office building sold for $49,026,000
  • HIGH LINE 537 - 537 West 27th Street: 28 unit, 34,366 square foot residential building sold for $44,200,000
  • 20-22 East 23rd Street: A total of 119,669 square feet of air rights sold for $41,884,045
  • 155 Spring Street: A 6-story office with retail building sold for $32,000,000
  • 235 East 71st Street: A 9-story 37-unit residential building sold for $30,500,000
  • 636 Avenue of the Americas: A 6-story, 79,246 square foot commercial loft building sold for $29,100,000
  • 308-310, 318-332 & 336-340 West 49th Street: A package of 13 walk-up apartment buildings sold for $28,500,000
  • 519-527, 529-535 Columbus Avenue: Blockfront of Columbus and 86th Street, elevatored apartment building with retail sold for $25,000,000
  • 331-337 West 43rd Street (Clinton Properties): A 6-story, 75 unit residential building sold for $23,350,000
  • 116 John Street: A 375,000 gross square foot commercial site for $22,000,000
  • 22 Riverside Drive: A residential building delivered vacant sold for $22,000,000
  • 114-116 West 86th Street: 16-story, 49-unit, residential building sold for $20,100,000
  • 315-321 Sixth Avenue: A 4-story, 17-unit residential and retail building sold for $17,200,000
  • 448-452 Broome Street: A 28,875 square foot office building for $17,000,000
  • 38 West 10th Street: 8,200 square foot townhouse. Sold for $16,500,000
  • 7 West 45th Street: 15-story office building sold for $15,000,000
  • 517-521 West 42nd Street: 1-story commercial building to be converted to residential sold for $13,250,000
  • 313 & 319 East 95th Street: A 6-story, 60-unit residential building sold for $13,200,000
  • 523-525 Greenwich Street: A 50,000 buildable square foot development site for $12,750,000
  • 45-47 West 38th Street: A 6-story, 21,500 square foot commercial building sold for $12,500,000
  • 313-315 West 35th Street First Mortgage: A 14-story, 63,000 gross square foot commercial building for $10,750,000
  • 137-45 West 22nd Street: Mixed-use loft buildings to be converted to residential units sold for $10,400,000
  • 221 East 94th Street: 9,735 square foot walk-up apartment building. Sold for $9,750,000
  • 61 Sullivan Street: 5,474 square foot, residential building. Sold for $8,050,000
  • 78 Bank Street: Six-story, 24-unit apartment building sold for $6,570,000
  • 1737 Lexington Avenue: 4,400 square foot walk-up apartment building. Sold for $2,300,000