DEPTFORD, N.J. — Eastern Union Funding has arranged $52.3 million in senior debt of behalf of AJH Management for the acquisition of Narraticon, a multifamily community in Deptford. David Singer of Eastern Union Funding arranged the senior debt, which features a floating rate, with a Freddie Mac seller/servicer. The 171-acre development features 443 rental apartments and townhomes, ranging from one- to four-bedroom layouts. Community amenities include a saltwater pool, lighted tennis courts,..
SMITHTOWN, N.Y. — Benchmark Senior Living is developing Whisper Woods, an assisted living community located at Route 25A and River Heights Drive in Smithtown. Slated to open in June 2018, the $25 million property will feature 101 units. Project members include EW Howell Construction Group and Moseley Architects. The property will be Benchmark’s first assisted living facility in New York.
HOBOKEN, N.J. — Advance Realty has acquired The Metropolitan, a residential property located at 1300 Clinton St. in Hoboken, for an undisclosed price. Built in 2000, two-building property features 128 apartment units, an above-ground parking garage, fitness center, residents’ lounge, clubroom, package concierge system and 2,000 square feet of retail space. The property is located adjacent to Advance Realty’s Harlow, a recently developed lifestyle-oriented apartment building.
SANTA ROSA, CALIF. — Cushman & Wakefield has negotiated Anvil Development’s acquisition of four acres in Santa Rosa, just north of San Francisco, for $1.5 million. The developer plans to build a 59-bed skilled nursing facility on the property. A.J. Ventures sold the plot. The skilled nursing facility will be 37,000 square feet once completed. The Cushman & Wakefield team of Travis Ives, Matt Davis, Terry Jackson and Curtis Buono represented the buyer in the transaction.
TAMPA, FLA. — The RADCO Cos. has purchased St. Croix, a 540-unit, Class B apartment community in Tampa, for $58.5 million. The Atlanta-based multifamily investor plans to rebrand the asset Radius Tampa Palms and invest $7 million in capital improvements to the property’s amenities and interiors. RADCO is financing the acquisition and renovations using a $45.4 million Freddie Mac loan and $23 million in private capital. RADCO’s property management division, RADCO Residential, will manage..
ATLANTA — Grandbridge Real Estate Capital has closed a $41.4 million acquisition loan for Collier Ridge Apartments, a 300-unit multifamily community situated in Atlanta’s West Midtown district. Alan Tapie and Thomas Wiedeman of Grandbridge’s Atlanta office arranged the Freddie Mac loan with three years of interest-only payments and two 12-month extension options on behalf of the borrower, a repeat client of Grandbridge. The loan features an 85 percent LTV ratio and qualified for Freddie..
CHICAGO — Essex Realty Group Inc. has brokered the sale of an eight-unit apartment building in Chicago for $1.1 million. The building is located at 2020 N. Spaulding Ave. in Logan Square. The property is comprised of six three-bedroom units and two two-bedroom units. The undisclosed buyer plans to completely renovate the building. Jim Darrow and Jordan Gottlieb of Essex brokered the transaction.
PORTLAND, ORE. — Portland Housing Bureau has acquired The Ellington, a 263-unit apartment community in Portland, for $47 million. The community is located at 1610 N.E. 66th Ave. The property is adjacent to the Rose City Golf Course. The sellers were Guardian Real Estate Services and partner Broadreach Capital Partners. HFF’s Ira Virden and director Carrie Kahn executed the sale.
SEATTLE — An affiliate of Champion has acquired the 73-unit Union Bay Apartments in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle for $24 million. The community is located at 526 Yale Ave. N. It was built in 1994. Union Bay is situated near Amazon, Dropbox, Google, Facebook, WeWork, the Paul Allen Brain Institute, Fred Hutch Cancer Research and Zymogenetics.
NEW YORK CITY — Clipper Realty has entered into an agreement to acquire a residential property located at 107 Columbia Heights in Brooklyn. The Jehovah’s Witnesses is selling the apartment property for $87.5 million, or $569 per square foot. The 154,000-square-foot property features 161 apartment units. The buyer plans to create 12 additional units by converting various public spaces on the property. The acquisition is expected to close in May.