Home In the Valley Ossining apartment property 70 Croton Ave. sells for $23M

Ossining apartment property 70 Croton Ave. sells for $23M

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70 Croton Ave.

Ossining’s 70 Croton Ave., a 100-unit apartment property, has been sold to Milo Management for $23 million.

The property was constructed in 1963 and consists of a mix of unit configurations totaling 75,450 square feet. The property had belonged to Clinton Terrace LP, a family-owned business, for more than 40 years.

Michael Scrima, director of Redwood Realty Advisors in Elmsford, coordinated the transaction.

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