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Alpha Realty Lists Quartet of Buildings in East Harlem, Outer Boroughs

Alpha Realty’s Lev Mavashev has been retained to arrange the sales of 167 E. 102nd St in Northern Manhattan, 627 Blake Ave in Brooklyn and 40-13 & 40-15 104th St in Queens. He’ll handle the assignment together with his associates Shai Egison, Yehuda Leser, and Ben Normatov.

167 E. 102nd St is located in East Harlem, a short walk from the 96th Street Station. The asking price for the five-story walk-up is $4.25 million.

627 Blake Ave in Brooklyn’s East New York neighborhood provides easy access to the A, C, 2, 3, and 4 trains. The asking price for the three-story mixed-use is $1.15 million.

40-13 & 40-15 104th St is in Queens’ Corona neighborhood, located on a busy corner a short walk from the 103rd Street-Corona Plaza Station with convenient access to the 7-subway line. The two-building package is available together at $5 million.

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