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Post Office By Ditmars Blvd. Sold for $7.35 Million

Woolsey State Post Office (Photo: Google)

June 4, 2020 By Christian Murray

The post office building on 31st Street by the Ditmars Blvd. train station has just sold for $7.35 million, according to the real estate brokerage firm RIPCO.

The property, located at 2268 31st St., is home to the 7,668-square foot Woolsey Station Post Office. The building is currently tenanted by the United States Postal Service.

The building, which according to RIPCO was owned and sold by Ditmars Associates LLC, was purchased by an entity called LG Astoria LLC.

Records indicated that LG Astoria LLC is an arm of the Lam Generation, a real estate company best known for being in the hotel industry.

Details as to what is in store for the property were not released. A representative of RIPCO was not available for comment and Lam Generation could not be reached.

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