StoneBridge Investments Acquires Apartment Community in Maryland for $25.5M

The 135-unit Beech's Farm was built in 1985 along Eden Brook Drive in Columbia, Md.

COLUMBIA, MD. — Washington, D.C.-based StoneBridge Investments has purchased Beech’s Farm, a 135-unit apartment community located in Columbia, roughly 21 miles southwest of Baltimore. StoneBridge acquired the asset from an entity controlled by McDowell Properties for $25.5 million. Built in 1985 along Eden Brook Drive, the apartment community is situated across the street from King’s Contrivance Village Center, a Harris Teeter-anchored shopping center. StoneBridge plans to renovate the property’s apartment interiors and add a fitness center. ZRS Management, an affiliate of StoneBridge, currently manages Beech’s Farm. CBRE’s Mid-Atlantic multifamily represented the seller in the transaction.

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