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City brokers launch their own firm

Investment sales brokers Glenn Raff and Lev Mavashev have launched Alpha Realty, an investment sales brokerage firm that will specialize in multifamily and mixed use properties through-out the five boroughs of New York City, with a primary focus in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Over the years, Raff and Mavashev closed several significant deals in Manhattan, including 5 West 91st Street for $27,150,000, among several other notable properties in Brooklyn and Queens.

Glenn Raff
Glenn Raff

With a combined 1.7 billion dollars in sales transactions, Raff and Mavashev will leverage their deal-making experience and  relationships to create a reliable, trustworthy and active company within the New York real estate landscape.

“Alpha Realty represents a natural progression for our careers and also for the industry,” said Raff, co-founder and managing partner of Alpha Realty.

“Lev and I serve our clients, both big and small, with a level of attention to detail and professionalism that gives them the comfort of knowing their deal will be done quickly and properly.”

Raff, formerly a managing director at Besen & Associates and Broker of the Year, has sold an aggregate of over $900 million of New York commercial real estate.

Mavashev, who received the Rising Star award for his outstanding performance in completed transactions, has completed over $800 million in investment sales transactions throughout NYC, primarily in the borough of Brooklyn.

Lev Mavashev
Lev Mavashev

In his prior position at Besen & Associates, he was very instrumental in leading the firm’s move into the Brooklyn market.

“I knew from day one that Glenn and I would make a great team,” said Mavashev, co-founder and managing partner of Alpha Realty.

Joining the brokers at their new office at 6 East 39th Street will be agents Adam Traub and Jacob Aronov.


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