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West Village Apartments Trade in Off-Market Deal

78-80 Christopher St. in the West Village has traded in an off-market transaction brokered by Alpha Realty’s Lev Mavashev and Shai Egison. The five-story multifamily building sold for $5 million, representing a 4.4% cap rate and $392 per square foot.

Located between Bleecker Street and Seventh Avenue, 78-80 Christopher consists of 15 apartments. Alpha Realty’s team represented both parties.  The seller was a long-term local owner who wanted a quick and quiet sale, and the buyer was a local owner looking to grow his Village portfolio.

Mavashev and Egison have been active in brokering off-market deals recently. Earlier this spring, they sold 310 E.89th St. on Manhattan’s Upper East Side for the Verni family, also in an off-market deal.


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