NEW YORK - Crossland Federal Savings Bank said it grossed $2 million by selling 33 vacant apartments in nine Manhattan cooperatives.

The sales at an auction on Oct. 4 were part of an effort to dispose of unsold shares of about 250 apartments from the former portfolio of Time Equities Inc. The company was an active co-op converter in the 1980s.

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