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AMAC Acquires Multifamily Community in Metro D.C. for $66M

Amenities at Cheverly Station include a playground, fitness center, dog park and a swimming pool.

CHEVERLY, MD. — New York-based Arbor Management Acquisition Co. (AMAC) has acquired Cheverly Station, a 555-unit multifamily community in Cheverly, for $66 million. Cheverly Station features one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans, a playground, fitness center, dog park and a swimming pool. The asset is situated about eight miles east of downtown Washington, D.C. AMAC purchased the apartment community through its AMAC Fund III investment fund using a 10-year Freddie Mac loan. The acquisition brings AMAC’s portfolio in Prince George’s County, Maryland to approximately 2,500 units.

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