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NEW YORK CITY-The condominium crash of 2008 that hit gentrifying neighborhoods such as Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Long Island City, Queens are beginning to stabilize, as new investors continue to pour capital into stalled or foreclosed multifamily properties. The latest company rescuing a site from real estate limbo is Madison Realty Capital, a Manhattan-based institutional investor, who has resolved a troubled situation at 385 Union Ave., purchasing the note and the deed on the six-story, 53,000-square foot condo property for $21.5 million, or $458,511 per unit.

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