According to the city’s property records database, Ohm Mohan Deshpande and Hamita Sachar bought the red brick, two-and-a-half-story mansion at 123 Ogden St. for $1.45 million on May 23 from Alison Kate Schiefflin.
The city assessor last appraised the building as worth $1,374,900.
On March 18, Orazio Attanasio and Maria Delgado purchased the two-and-a-quarter-story single-family house at 140 Edgehill Rd. for $1.1 million from Thach Pham and Karin Render Pham. The house last sold for $633,674 in 2004. The city assessor last appraised the house as worth $781,800.
In other East Rock property news, the local property management company Hadley Inc. secured a $28.5 million commercial loan from Washington Trust’s Commercial Real Estate Group, according to a press release put out by the Rhode Island-based bank on Wednesday. Hadley, which is owned by Allen Hadelman, owns 383 apartments in nine different buildings in New Haven and five different buildings in West Haven.
Just two miles away, holding companies associated with a subsidiary of the Connecticut Center for Arts Technology (ConnCAT) purchased two more Dixwell Plaza condos for a combined sum of $1.1 million. The subsidiary, ConnCORP, has been buying up the various condos in the mid-century Dixwell Plaza shopping strip over the past year as part of its larger plans to rebuild the block. ConnCAT CEO Erik Clemons did not respond to a request for comment by the publication time of this article.
On May 15, the holding company 206-208 Dixwell Avenue LLC, of which ConnCAT’s Carlton Highsmith is listed as manager, purchased the 10-unit condo at 206-208 Dixwell Ave. for $750,000 from Nizar Sidi. The condo last sold for $250,000 in 2002.
On that same day, the holding company 172 Dixwell Avenue LLC, which also lists Highsmith as manager, purchased the one-unit condo at 172 Dixwell Ave. for $250,000 from Grant Taylor Associates LLC, a holding company owned by Karim Sidi. That property last sold for $24,450 in 2005.
In other recent property transaction news, an Austin, Texas.-based holding company called Savir NH Holdings A LLC spent a combined sum of $1.15 million buying 15 apartments in three buildings in West River and Newhallville from Darien-based landlord Kenneth Barclay.
On May 15, Savir bought the seven-unit apartment house at 514 George St. for $560,000, the four family house at 518 George St. for $320,000, and the four-family house at 186 Sheffield Ave. for $270,000.
In West River, North Haven-based landlord Robert Kesselman bought two more condos in the Westview Condo complex for a combined sum of $57,000.
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