Just three deals populated the middle of the investment market for the week ending Nov. 13. The transactions, which The Real Deal defines as between $10 million and $30 million, included a bulk purchase of co-op apartments in the Bronx, an 85-key hotel in Brooklyn and a low-income apartment building, also in the Bronx. Here are more details. 1. Myles Horn’s Glacier Equities acquired 255 apartments for $23 million — or about $90,000 per unit The post Bulk co-op buy in the Bronx tops mid-market investment sales appeared first on The Real Deal New York.