Aspen Companies Buys 50-Unit HUD MF in Downtown Newark, NJ
NEWARK, NJ—The Aspen Companies has acquired a 50-unit HUD supported apartment building in downtown Newark, NJ for $3 million and says it will make 'aggressive' capital improvements to the property.
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