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Twin apartment towers sold via Eastern Consolidated.

In the largest residential building sales transaction of the year to date, twin apartment building towers have been sold at 333 East 49th Street and 330 East 50th Stret, it was announced by Peter Hauspurg, chairman of Eastern Consolidated Properties, the New York based Commercial Investment Company which arranged the transaction.

The prime apartment building complex consists of two interconnected 11-story towers with a parking garage that runs through the block from 49th Street and 50th Streets between First and Second Avenues.

Deborah Gutoff, a senior vice president and Douglas Grayson of Eastern Consolidated Properties, Inc. represented both the buyer and seller of the transaction.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Apr 1, 1992
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