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CushWake Arranges Sale of Adjacent Multifamily Properties in North Bronx

Cushman & Wakefield announced arranged the sale of 66-72 E. 190th St., two adjacent five-story properties totaling 39 residential units and one commercial unit in the Bronx’s Fordham neighborhood. The final closing price was $4,600,000.

A Cushman & Wakefield team of Eric Roth, Jonathan Squires and Tyler Signora represented the seller.

“Throughout the pandemic, 66 and 72 E. 190th Street’s location and pristine condition aided the property in staying fully occupied with strong collections. Investors found these assets highly desirable and a competitive sales process ensued,” said Roth. 

Squires added, “66 and 72 E. 190th St. are a pair of North Bronx apartment buildings that encompass all of the desirable attributes of long-term ownership. Relative to the rest of the city, the Bronx’s multifamily market saw much less vacancy and therefore less adjustment in pricing through the COVID-19 pandemic.”


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