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LOS ANGELES-In an unusual deal, five nonprofits that help the city’s burgeoning Korean population have banded together to buy the 68,000-sf Wilshire Center Building.

Known as the Korea Town Association, the group paid $2.2 million for the six-story building, at 3727 West 6th St. in Koreatown. The complex offers a concierge service, on-site management, food service and covered parking.

Lucky Realty, a relatively small brokerage based in LA, represented both the buyer and seller, JKS Investment Group.

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