A massive portfolio of Harlem apartment buildings has been sold for more than $250 million.
According to The Real Deal, Sugar Hill Capital Partners bought a collection of about 50 buildings, all located north of the northwest corner of Central Park.
Jay Solomon, Sugar Hill’s chief creative officer, told the publication:
Sugar Hill also owns a four-building portfolio in Upper Manhattan and Queens, which it acquired for $60 million. Last year, it bought a Crown Heights building at 932 Eastern…