Aberdeen Townhomes is buying up historic townhouses in the city and putting in condo-style amenities, like virtual doormen, concierge services and air conditioned storage units for grocery deliveries. The owner of Aberdeen, James Cummings, has so far snapped up five townhouses, and said he has several more in the pipeline. First to hit the market next week is 24 West 11th Street with an asking price of $17.5 million.
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