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WASHINGTON HEIGHTS EIGHT BUILDING PACKAGE

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS  New York NY, 10032


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SEVEN 5 STORY WALK UPS & ONE 6 STORY WALK UP

84 Units- Building 1
24 Units- Building 2
18 Units + 2 Stores- Building 3

Total 126 Apartments & 2 Stores
Total Square Footage: 87,572
Income: $2,013,192
Expenses: $607,200
NOI: $1,405,992

ASKING PRICE: $25,000,000

 

Listing Description

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  • 05 December, 2013
  • Web ID:652822

Property Details:

SOLD!!!
Ownership: Mixed-Use
Resident Units: 126
Commercial Units: 2
Total Units SF: 87,572


Information about Washington Heights Neighborhood

  • Washington Heights is a New York Cityneighborhood of over 150,000 inhabitants (2010) in the northern reaches of the boroughof Manhattan. It is named for Fort Washington, a fortification constructed at the highest point on Manhattan island by Continental Armytroops during the American Revolutionary War, to defend the area from the British forces. Washington Heights is bordered by Harlem to the south, along 155th Street, Inwood to the north along Hillside Avenue, the Hudson Riverto the west, and the Harlem River andCoogan's Bluff to the east.

    Last Updated: 13 Mar, 2014
  • 1 at 157th St
    C at 155th St
    B at 155th St.
    A, C, 1 at 168th St.
    A, C, B, D at 145th St.
    3 at 148th St.

    Last Updated: 10 Feb, 2014
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    Last Updated: 10 Feb, 2014
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    Last Updated: 10 Feb, 2014
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