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Pyramid Brokerage Binghamton Sells Three Buildings


Date Posted: June 26, 2017

Pyramid Brokerage Company of Binghamton, Inc. has brokered the sales of three buildings in the Binghamton Market. Maureen D. Wilson, CCIM, SIOR, President and Jeffrey Sabitus were the sole brokers in the sale of 811 North Street, Endicott from NBT Bank to BFSS, LLC associated with the Binghamton University Foundation. The University purchased the 21,200sf industrial building for $425,000. It will be used for equipment and vehicle storage.

Wilson and Sabitus also represented Pri-Mac Company in the sale of 252-262 Clinton Street to 246 & 250 Clinton St Partnership for $190,000 represented by John Burns of Century 21. The demolition of 252 Clinton Street will create an ancillary parking lot for The Old Union Hotel. Use of the 9,390sf building is unspecified.

Maureen Wilson also represented the Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier in the purchase of 47 Broad Avenue an 8,488sf former bank building for $175,000 from Visions Federal Credit Union. The property will provide new offices for MHAST. Visions was represented by Karen Klecar of Bridgeway Commercial Realty, LLC.

 

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