West 57th Street Building Changes Hands for $42M
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NEW YORK CITY-An apartment building situated on West 57th Street, one block away from Columbus Circle, has been sold in an off-market deal. Daniel Glaser and Sam Schneider of Imperium Capital and Barry Rudofsky's Bronstein Properties have purchased the 75,000 square-foot building at 309 W. 57th St. for $42.5 million.
The building comprises 102 apartments. The deal includes four sets of co-op shares, four buildings and the David Associates business. For the full story, go to New York Post .
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