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Castle Lanterra Acquires Two Long Island Multifamily Properties Totaling 315 Units

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Pictured is Metro 303, one of the two Long Island multifamily communities recently acquired by Castle Lanterra.

HEMPSTEAD AND WEST HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. — New York-based investment firm Castle Lanterra Properties has acquired two multifamily properties totaling 315 units in the Long Island communities of Hempstead and West Hempstead for $136 million. Mill Creek Residential originally developed the communities in 2012. Units at both properties feature stainless steel appliances, breakfast bars, individual washers and dryers and private balconies/patios. In addition, both offer amenities such as pools, clubhouses with lounges, business centers, courtyards with fire pits and private storage spaces. USB Realty Investors sold the assets to Castle Lanterra for an undisclosed price. Jose Cruz, Steve Simonelli, Andrew Scandalios, Jeffrey Julien, Michael Oliver and Kevin O’Hearn of JLL brokered the deal.

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