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Drubner Commercial Real Estate Negotiates $1.2M Sale of Restaurant Property in Connecticut

WOODBURY, CONN. — Drubner Commercial Real Estate has arranged the sale of the former Carmen Anthony Fish House in Woodbury. Tony Ramadani and Kung Wei acquired the property for $1.2 million. The buyers, who are experienced restaurant operators, plan to open Max Prime Steak House – Seafood and Sushi. David Theroux of Drubner Commercial Real Estate represented the buyer and undisclosed seller in the transaction.

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