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Vitus Acquires Affordable Housing, Seniors Community in Atlanta’s Pittsburgh Neighborhood for $26.3M

All of the units at Heritage Station in Atlanta are reserved for residents making 60 percent or less of the area median income, and 40 percent of the units will be set aside as designated seniors housing.

ATLANTA — Vitus has acquired Heritage Station, a 370-unit affordable housing community in downtown Atlanta’s Pittsburgh neighborhood, for $26.3 million. The name of the seller was not disclosed. All of the units are reserved for residents making 60 percent or less of the area median income, and 40 percent of the units will be set aside as designated seniors housing. Constructed in 2007, Heritage Station features a business center, laundry facility, library, fitness center, swimming pool, picnic area, theater, playground and an afterschool program. Individual units feature central air conditioning, ceiling fans and private patios or balconies. In addition, the property is compliant with regulations set by the Americans with Disabilities Act, and units reserved for seniors are equipped with emergency pull cords and accessible bathrooms. The purchase marks Vitus’ third acquisition in the Atlanta market in the past 18 months. The company plans to purchase two additional low-income properties in Georgia before the end of the year.

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