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HFF Arranges $95.5M Acquisition Loan for Apartment Community in Metro D.C.

The new ownership will renovate unit interiors, update common area amenities and rename the community Lincoln at Old Town.

ALEXANDRIA, VA. — HFF has arranged a $95.5 million loan for the acquisition of Meridian at Carlyle, a 403-unit apartment community in Alexandria, roughly eight miles south of Washington, D.C. Steven Klein and Cary Abod of HFF secured the five-year, floating-rate loan through MetLife Investment Management on behalf of the buyer, a joint venture led by Lincoln Property Co. (LPC). The new ownership will renovate unit interiors, update common area amenities and rename the community Lincoln at Old Town. Located at 401 Holland Lane, the property is adjacent to a Whole Foods Market and within walking distance to the King Street Metro Station. Community amenities include a resort-style pool, barbecue area, putting green, fitness center, clubroom with billiards, concierge services and on-site dry cleaning service.

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