MILLERSVILLE, MD—Boston-based Berkshire Income Realty has sold three apartment buildings in Maryland for a total of $90.3 million. The REIT made reference to the sales in its recent earnings call. Namely, it reported that since October it has sold three properties, Yorktowne located in Millersville and Country Place I and Country Place II, located in Burtonsville.

In addition, a source tells that Harpers Mill, another multifamily property Berkshire owned in Millersville, traded for approximately $25 million. The source said Quest Management acquired Harpers Mill, 144-unit garden apartment community built in 1987 and Yorketowne, a 240-unit midrise built in 1985, for a total of approximately $58 million.

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