Two distressed deals topped the list of commercial transfers that appeared last week on the city’s property records database Acris. In the first, Madison Capital took control of two buildings valued at $186 million. In the second distressed transfer, a partnership including Jacob Toll bought a stalled residential development in Williamsburg for $17.4 million. Other sales last week included two retail units and an apartment building in Fort George.
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