JERSEY CITY-Hudson County continues to be one of Northern NewJersey’s most active multifamily investment markets, as reflectedby five recent property trades engineered by Gebore-HammerAssociates in Jersey City and Bayonne. The Livingston, NJ-basedfirm served as the exclusive sales broker for the sellers andbuyers in each of the separate transactions, which exceeded $6.3million and involved a total of 101 units.

In Jersey City, 92 Highland Ave., a 19-unit, four-storybuilding, sold for $1.327 million, while the adjacent 96 HighlandAve. also traded for $1.2 million. Both properties feature two-,three-, and four-room layouts. Gebroe-Hammer vice president ScottCallahan, along with Nicholas Nicolaou, area sales associate,served as the exclusive brokers for both transactions.

Nearby on Fairmount and Hoboken Avenues, Callahan and Nicolaoualso represented the sellers and procured the buyers of an 18-unitmid-rise at 332 Fairmount Ave. that sold for $1.08 million as wellas a 16-unit, $825,000-sale at 429 Hoboken Ave. Both four-story,all-brick fa

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