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HIDROCK REALTY PAYS $47M FOR MIDTOWN EAST LAND

HIDROCK REALTY PAYS $47M FOR MIDTOWN EAST LAND

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Hidrock Realty acquired three Midtown East sites for $47 million. The firm plans to raze the buildings currently on the properties and construct a condominium building.

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