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Hudson Capital Acquires Two Multifamily Properties in North Carolina, Georgia for $66.1M

Hudson Capital acquried Willow Trail (pictured), a 224-unit community in Norcross, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta.

CARY, N.C. AND NORCROSS, GA. — Hudson Capital Partners (HCP) has acquired two multifamily properties in North Carolina and Georgia for a combined $66.1 million. The New York-based company acquired Cary Reserve at Weston, a 288-unit property in the Raleigh-Durham metro of Cary, for $46.8 million, as well as the 224-unit Willow Trail, a community in the Atlanta suburb of Norcross, for $19.3 million. HCP plans to invest approximately $7 million to renovate both properties, including unit modernization and expanded amenity offerings. Constructed in 1995, Cary Reserve at Weston features carports, garages, a car care center, swimming pool, tennis courts, grilling areas, business center, dog park, playground and a fitness center. Willow Trail features a playground, pool with a sundeck, fitness center, community soccer field and on-site laundry facilities. In addition to renovating the property’s unit interiors, HCP will replace Willow Trail’s current in-place management with its third-party management firm, Dallas-based Westdale.

 

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