Azita Aghravi

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  • SoHo Mixed-Use Property Commands $8.05M

    The building sold for approximately $1,470 per square foot, and is in the same neighborhood as new condo developments that are commanding up to two-and-a-half times more.

    Northeast 10 November 2015 16:17
  • IPA Sells Sacramento-Area Asset for $48.3M

    IPA brokers the sale of a 452-unit asset near Sacramento; EdR wins approval for a student housing revitalization at the University of Kentucky; and Eastern Consolidated procures a buyer in the $33.8 million sale of a property in Manhattan.

    National 22 February 2012 20:44

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