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The Dime Residences in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood has sold to NH Investment & Securities

Williamsburg’s Dime Residences Trades to Korean Investor 

The Dime Residences, a 23-story, 340,000-square-foot multifamily property at 275 S. 5th St. in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood, has sold for $157.5 million. Tavros Capital Partners and Charney Companies sold the property to Korea-based NH Investment & Securities, according to sources.  

A source familiar with the transaction says Cushman & Wakefield’s Adam Spies, Adam Doneger, Marcella Fasulo and Dan Obrien arranged the sale, which doesn’t include the property’s retail component. Cushman & Wakefield declined to comment. 

Designed by Fogarty Finger, the Dime Residences includes the original home of the Dime Savings Bank at its base. It contains 177 rental units, with floorplans ranging from studio to three-bedroom. 


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