A Woodhaven Village relic is trading hands after its owner went bankrupt.
The historic 124-year-old Wyckoff Building, which is known for its old-style architecture, was sold for $2,801,188, according to city records filed Wednesday.
The Ozone Realty LLC, which bought the property on the corner of 95th Avenue and 93rd Street in 2007, filed for bankruptcy last year after failing to meet the mortgage on the building, which was held by New York Community Bank, according to city records. SDF30 93-02 Ozone Park LLC is the new owner of the building, records show.
The building has six residential apartments and two commercial units throughout four floors and more than 13,000 square feet of space.
Its architecture has characteristics of Queen Anne masonry and Romanesque Revival style semi-arched windows— features found in few properties in the area.
The former home of Woodhaven real estate firm Wyckoff & Co., according to published reports, it remains a representative of Woodhaven Village, although that part of the neighborhood is now Ozone Park.
The Wyckoff Building also had a Moorish style dome atop its roof as older pictures of the property show.
The building was falling apart in the 1970s but later restored, according to Project Woodhaven, a blog that chronicles the neighborhood.