ALLENTOWN, PA. — Northmarq has arranged the sale of Red Maple Acres, a 202-site manufactured housing property in the Lehigh Valley city of Allentown. Red Maple Acres was built in 1960 and was 98 percent occupied at the time of sale. Ari Azarbarzin and Anthony Pino of Northmarq represented the seller, an entity doing business as Red Maple Acres LLC, in the transaction. The buyer and sales price were not disclosed.
MISSION, TEXAS — Northmarq has brokered the sale of Las Misiones Apartments, a 118-unit multifamily complex located in the Rio Grande Valley city of Mission. Built in 2005, the property offers one-, two- and three-bedroom units that range in size from 751 to 1,359 square feet. Amenities include a pool, fitness center, business center, playground, clubhouse, basketball court and a lounge. McGuire Family Properties purchased the asset from a pair of private investors for an undisclosed price. Zar Haro, Moses Siller, Phil Grafe, Bryan VanCura and Brian Booth of Northmarq brokered the deal.
NEWVILLE, PA. — Northmarq has negotiated the sale of Big Spring Terrace, a 159-unit manufactured housing community in Newville, about 140 miles west of Philadelphia. The property was originally constructed on a 94-acre site in 1975 and was roughly 94 percent occupied at the time of sale. Anthony Pino and Ari Azarbarzin of Northmarq represented the seller, Pennsylvania-based Big Springs Properties, in the transaction. The buyer and sales price were not disclosed.
AUSTIN, TEXAS — Northmarq has brokered the sale of Cielo at Azulyk, a 32-unit apartment complex in central Austin. The property consists of four two-story buildings on a 2.5-acre site that were built between 1973 and 1986 ad house one- and two-bedroom units. Hayden Schnieders, Will Collier, Jordan Vaughn, Chase Gardner, Diane Sogal and Scott Lamontagne of Northmarq represented the seller, Atlanta-based Zavala Capital Group, in the transaction. Noah Villicana and Cheryl Higley of Northmarq arranged acquisition financing on behalf of the buyer, California-based Mosch Capital, which plans to implement a value-add program.
GEORGETOWN, TEXAS — Northmarq has arranged the sale of a 10,556-square-foot retail property in the northern Austin suburb of Georgetown that is leased to Dollar General. The newly constructed building sits on a 1.3-acre site just off I-35. The buyer and seller both requested anonymity. Jack Collins of Northmarq brokered the deal, which traded at a cap rate of 5.25 percent.
MINNEAPOLIS — Northmarq has provided a $21.7 million Freddie Mac loan for the refinancing of Oaks Minnehaha Longfellow, a 179-unit apartment community in Minneapolis. Built in 2020, the property is situated near Minnehaha Regional Park. Mike Padilla of Northmarq originated the five-year loan, which features three years of interest-only payments and a 35-year amortization schedule.
DEER PARK, TEXAS — Northmarq has brokered the sale of The Shoppes at Town Square, an 11,692-square-foot retail strip center in Deer Park, an eastern suburb of Houston. Five tenants occupy the center. Riley Sharman of Northmarq represented the Florida-based seller in the deal. The buyer was a local 1031 exchange investor. Both parties requested anonymity. Larry Peters and Michael Borden of Northmarq arranged acquisition financing.
NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. — Northmarq has arranged a $13 million loan for the refinancing of The Opus, a 49-unit apartment complex located in North Arlington, located north of Newark in Bergen County. Built in 2021, the property features one-bedroom units and penthouse suites and amenities such as a rooftop terrace, fitness center and a resident lounge. Robert Ranieri of Northmarq originated the debt, which was structured with a fixed interest rate, five-year term and one year of interest-only payments, through an undisclosed local bank. The borrower was also not disclosed.
DALLAS — Brazos Residential has acquired The Thread Apartments, a 606-unit garden-style community in Dallas. The Thread was built in three phases between 1969 and 1978 and offers studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans. Northmarq’s Taylor Snoddy brokered the deal, and Kevin Leamy of Northmarq arranged the acquisition financing. The deal marks Brazos Residential’s 16th acquisition since the firm’s inception in 2022. The seller and sales price were not disclosed.
AUBURN HILLS, MICH. — Northmarq has brokered the $8.6 million sale of a 77,100-square-foot industrial property in Auburn Hills. The single-tenant facility is fully leased to the Morrell Group, including its division Stegner Controls, which is a motion controls manufacturer that services dozens of industries including the automotive industry. The property at 3333 Bald Mountain Road was built in 1998 and renovated in 2021. It features 57,825 square feet of warehouse space and 19,275 square feet of office space. BJ Feller and Josh Dicker of Northmarq represented the seller, a Michigan-based developer. The buyer was a California-based private investor.