Multifamily

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BALA CYNWYD, PA. — Federal Realty Investment Trust has broken ground on a 217-unit multifamily redevelopment project in Bala Cynwyd, a northwestern suburb of Philadelphia. The project, which represents the second phase of a larger redevelopment, will convert a former 120,000-square-foot Lord & Taylor department store into an apartment complex with 16,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Bernardon is the project architect, and Bohler is the civil engineer. Construction is slated for a 2026 completion. Federal Realty received zoning approval for the project in February.

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CHICAGO — DMG Capital, the multifamily investment affiliate of Chicago-based Daniel Management Group, has acquired Linkt Apartments in Chicago’s River West neighborhood for $14.2 million. The luxury apartment property includes 47 units and two street-level retail spaces. The asset is 95 percent occupied. DMG will manage the building and oversee a common area refresh and light unit rehabs. The fitness center, outdoor green space and lobby will all be part of upgrades that will occur in the second half of this year. The acquisition marks DMG Capital’s third in six months, totaling $40 million in new assets. Philip Galligan and Danny Kaufman of JLL Capital Markets arranged debt financing through Freddie Mac. Meredith Katz and Ariel Murray of Greenberg Traurig LLP represented DMG in the purchase. Craig Martin and Joe Smazal of Interra Realty brokered the transaction on behalf of the buyer and undisclosed seller.

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DORAL, FLA. — Codina Partners has received site plan approval for Sevilla, a 412-unit mid-rise apartment community coming to Downtown Doral, a 250-acre mixed-use development in Miami-Dade County. The seven-story project will be situated on a 4.2-acre lot at the corner of N.W. 53rd Street and N.W. 52nd Terrace, a block from University of Miami Health Systems’ (UHealth) new Ambulatory Center. Sevilla’s floor plans will include one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments ranging in size from 720 to 1,708 square feet. Amenities will include a resort-style pool deck with outdoor loungers, barbecue stations, a large beach-entry pool, private cabanas, Zen courtyard and a large dog park. Codina Partners will develop the community in two phases, with Phase I move-ins slated for second-quarter 2026. The developer expects to fully complete Sevilla by late 2026.  

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AURORA, COLO. — Evans Senior Investments (ESI) has arranged the sale of Summit Rehabilitation & Care Community, a 110-bed skilled nursing facility in the Denver suburb of Aurora.  The seller was an independent owner-operator. An East Coast-based real estate holding company acquired the asset for an undisclosed price. ESI also helped arrange a new tenant for the property. Built in 1972 with a 2018 renovation, Summit Rehabilitation & Care Community maintained a 95 percent occupancy rate, generating over $11.9 million in annual revenue.

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DAPHNE, ALA. — SRI Management has opened Seagrass Village of Daphne, an independent living and assisted living community in the Gulf Coast city of Daphne. The property offers 45 independent living apartments, 45 independent living villas and 45 assisted living apartments across a 184,000-square-foot building. Project partners include Sage Development Group, Arrive Architecture Group, Lori Bates Interiors and EMJ Construction.

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AUSTIN, TEXAS — Sherman & Roylance has brokered the sale of an eight-acre seniors housing development site in Austin. The City of Austin had previously approved the site for the development of a two-story, 98-unit assisted living and memory care facility, but the project faced construction delays and ultimately ended up in foreclosure in September 2023. The lender, Woodforest Bank, sold the partially completed project to Novak Brothers, which may convert the project into a general multifamily development.

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JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Urby, a joint venture between Ironstate Development and Brookfield Properties, has begun leasing a 317-unit apartment building in Jersey City. Rising 265 feet and 25 stories, Journal Square Urby offers studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans. Amenities include a pool, fitness center with a yoga studio, rooftop garden, outdoor grilling and dining areas, a lobby café and a dog park. Dutch architecture firm Concrete and New York City-based HLW designed the project. Rents start at approximately $3,300 per month for a studio apartment.

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NEWARK, N.J. — Locally based firm Russo Development has completed Vermella Broad Street, a 296-unit apartment community located at 355 Broad St. in downtown Newark. The property consists of two five-story buildings that house studio, one- and two-bedroom units. Residences are furnished with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops, and select units offer private balconies. Vermella Broad Street also features 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space. Rents start at roughly $2,000 per month for a studio apartment. Leasing began last November.

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RIVIERA BEACH, FLA. — Pinnacle and Wendover Housing Partners have opened Berkeley Landing, an affordable housing community located at 3100 Broadway in Riviera Beach, about five miles north of West Palm Beach. Berkeley Landing features 110 income-restricted units and two market-rate units attached to live-work spaces on the ground level. The property features one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with incomes restricted to households earning 30, 50, 60 and 80 percent of the area median income (AMI). Amenities include a clubhouse, pool and a cabana, fitness center, cyber lounge, covered pavilion, playground and an enclosed dog-walking area. Financing for Berkeley Landing includes funding from the Florida Housing Finance Corp.’s allocation of housing tax credits; a contribution from Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency leveraged by a low-interest loan and impact fee relief from Palm Beach County; equity from The National Equity Fund and Bank of America; construction financing from Bank of America; and permanent financing from Neighborhood Lending Partners. Pinnacle and Wendover Housing Partners will host an official grand opening of Berkeley Landing on Friday, June 14.

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SARASOTA, FLA. — Atlas Real Estate Partners and Andover Real Estate Partners have sold Huntington Place Apartments, a 252-unit multifamily community located at 3201 Huntington Place Drive in Sarasota. Bridge Investment Group purchased the property from Atlas and Andover, which have owned the community for 11 years, for an undisclosed price. The buyer assumed a Fannie Mae loan originated by Berkadia. Jason Stanton and Matt Mitchell of Berkadia represented the sellers in the transaction. Prior to the sale, Atlas and Andover completed a comprehensive overhaul of Huntington Place, including the renovation of nearly all units, upgrades to the clubhouse, exterior enhancements such as façade improvements and new roofs and the addition of modern amenities like a dog park, fitness center and outdoor lounge area. The property was 95 percent occupied at the time of sale.

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