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Blackfin Real Estate Purchases The Myrtles at Olde Towne Apartment Complex in Hampton Roads for $43.4M

Communal amenities across The Myrtles at Olde Towne include pools, grilling/picnic areas, a clubhouse, fitness facility, cyber-café, game rooms, bike storage, a dog park and detached garages.

PORTSMOUTH, VA. — Blackfin Real Estate Investors has purchased The Myrtles at Olde Towne, a two-property, 394-unit apartment complex in Portsmouth, for $43.4 million. The Hampton Roads property comprises Olde Towne I and Olde Towne II, totaling eight buildings spanning 14 acres. Olde Towne I, which was built in 2006, features six three-story garden-style buildings offering 246 units. Olde Towne II was built in 1972 and renovated in 2006. The complex has two eight-story buildings with 148 units. Communal amenities across both complexes include pools, grilling/picnic areas, a clubhouse, fitness facility, cyber café, game rooms, bike storage, a dog park and detached garages. The properties are located across the street from each other at 850 Crawford Parkway and 303 Effingham St., seven miles north of downtown Chesapeake. The seller was not disclosed.

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