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Arch Acquires Multifamily Community in Jacksonville for $14.1M

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. — Arch Cos. has acquired Midtown Oaks, a 176-unit, garden-style community in Jacksonville, for $14.1 million. The property offers one- and two-bedroom floor plans. Communal amenities include a swimming pool, clubhouse, business center, grilling and picnic areas, onsite laundry services, fitness center and a dog park. Midtown Oaks was built in 1975 and is located at 1706 Art Museum Drive, three miles southeast of downtown Jacksonville. John Rutherford of Newmark Knight Frank represented the seller, InvestRes, in the transaction. Morris Betesh of Merdian Capital Group and Arch Advisors, an affiliate of Arch Cos., originated acquisition financing. Arbor Realty provided the Fannie Mae Green Rewards loan. Arch Cos. plans to implement a value-add rehab program, details of which were not disclosed.

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