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Inland Private Capital Sells Apartment Community in Louisville for $45.5M

Communal amenities at Hurstbourne Estates Apartments include a fitness center, clubhouse, yoga room, game room, business center, swimming pool and a dog park.

LOUISVILLE, KY. — Inland Private Capital Corp. (IPC) has sold Hurstbourne Estates Apartments, a 270-unit complex in Louisville, for $45.5 million. IPC sold the property on behalf of its institutional investors through its subsidiary on behalf of Louisville Multifamily DST, the company’s 1031 tax exchange investment program. At the time of sale, Hurstbourne Estates was 95.2 percent occupied. Communal amenities include a fitness center, clubhouse, yoga room, game room, business center, swimming pool and a dog park. The buyer was not disclosed. The apartment community comprises 17 buildings and was built in 2013. IPC acquired the asset in 2014.

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