October 22, 2021 Supporting Manhattan-area entrepreneurs, businesses, events

Alms Group To Renovate 1202 Moro and Locate Firm In Aggieville

On August 1st, The Alms Group closed on the purchase of 1202 Moro Street in Aggieville. Previously, the building was owned by the Stigge family who operated an Optometrist office in the location for over 30 years.

Stigge Vision care was established in 1953 and ran by Dr. Norbert Stigge and Dr. Douglas Stigge.

“Since we opened The Alms Group, we have been dedicated to doing real estate better; serving our clients better, serving our agents better and serving our community better,” The Alms Group said on a Facebook post.

The Alms Group continued, “Our home at 1202 Moro will be a space where the community that we love so much can experience what it means to be deeply rooted and thriving together. We have some work to do, but we can’t wait to show you our new space in early 2019!”

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