ATLANTIC COMMERCIAL GROUP COMPLETES MULTI-FAMILY BUILDING SALE IN BOYNTON BEACH, FL

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ATLANTIC COMMERCIAL GROUP COMPLETES MULTI-FAMILY BUILDING SALE IN BOYNTON BEACH, FL
Boynton Beach, Fl
 
Published Tuesday, September 11, 2018 12:05 am
by Gary Broidis

Delray Beach, FL – Max Granofsky, Managing Director of Delray Beach-based Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc. recently completed the $2,100,000 sale of a 23-unit multifamily property in Boynton Beach. 

The property is located at 101 NE 6th Avenue in a prime residential and commercial corridor offering long-term growth opportunity for the Buyer. Additionally, the property provides immediate access to major roadways such as U.S. 1 and Interstate 95. Per Mr. Granofsky, "We were able to bring this property to the market quickly and attract the qualified buyer with a very short transaction period between contract and closing.

Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc. specializes in the brokerage and development of commercial properties in South Florida.  Additional services include national tenant representation, landlord representation and development consulting. 

 

For more information, please contact:  Gary Broidis, Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc.

98 S.E. 6th Avenue | Ste. 2  Delray Beach, FL | 33483 (561) 703-9298, gary@atlanticcg.com

 

 


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