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Millennium buys Buttonwood units.

Andrew P. Garr, chief executive officer of New York City and Hudson Valley-based Millennium III Real Estate Corporation, announced the purchase, on behalf of a private investor, of 18 unsold units in the Buttonwood Hills Condominium complex in Middletown, New York.

Millennium III Real Estate Corporation, a management company, will upgrade and manage the 18 unsold units and ultimately organize their disposition. The complex consists of 146 gardenstyle apartments. The units were purchased from Pawling Savings Bank of Pawling, New York, at a price in excess of $600,000 for all the units.
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Title Annotation:Millennium III Real Estate Corp.; Buttonwood Hills Condominium complex in Middletown, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Oct 21, 1992
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