Oregon

Autumn-Woods-Apts-Salem-OR

SALEM, ORE. — Colorado-based investment firm Brinkman Real Estate has purchased Autumn Woods Apartments & Townhomes in Salem. The newly constructed, 10-building property offers two- and three-bedroom apartments and townhomes. Units feature private yards, patios and attached garages, as well as individual washers and dryers. Jason Bond and Grant Bailey of Berkadia provided an undisclosed amount of Fannie Mae acquisition financing for the deal. The seller and sales price were also not disclosed.

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Belmont-St-Portland-OR

PORTLAND, ORE., AND VANCOUVER, WASH. — Colorado-based Spartan Investment Group has acquired three self-storage facilities in Oregon and Washington for $44 million. The seller was not disclosed. The 224,299-square-foot portfolio, which is managed by Extra Space Storage, includes: All properties were built within the last seven years and offer ground-level drive-up units, interior heated units with first floor and elevator access, interior non-climate-controlled units and parking spaces.

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Gantry-Apts-Property-Albany-OR

ALBANY, ORE. — Gantry has arranged a $40.5 million permanent loan to retire construction financing for a multifamily property in Albany, approximately midway between Salem and Eugene. The recently completed, stabilized, Class A property features 264 apartments in a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans spread across 23 buildings on 17 acres. Community amenities include a clubhouse, pool, therapeutic hot tub, sauna, 24/7 fitness center, theater room, sports court, playground and off-leash dog park. Blake Hering and Crischell Bacarro represented the borrower, a private real estate investor. Fannie Mae, via Walker & Dunlop, provided the five-year, interest-only, fixed-rate loan.

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Solis-at-Petrosa-Bend-OR

BEND, ORE. — Dwight Mortgage Trust, an affiliate REIT of Dwight Capital, has provided $58.8 million in bridge financing for Solis at Petrosa, an apartment complex in Bend. McBride Capital brokered the transaction for the borrower, Pahlisch Commercial. Proceeds from the loan will go towards refinancing the borrower’s existing construction debt and fund an operating reserve to facilitate lease-up. Situated on 10 acres, the community features 260 apartments spread across eight three-story buildings. Community amenities include a pool, community lounge with a full kitchen, fitness room, golf simulator room and pet wash station.

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2021-Newmark-Ave-Coos-Bay-OR

COOS BAY, ORE. — AlpHubbard LLC has purchased a restaurant property, located at 2021 Newmark Ave. in Coos Bay, from Ternik LLC for $1.9 million. Burger King occupies the 2,824-square-foot freestanding drive-thru building, which was constructed in 1992. Todd VanDomelen and Mike Brown of Portland, Ore.-based Norris & Steven Inc. represented the buyer, while Clayton Brown of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller in the deal. Coos Bay is a coastal city approximately 100 miles southwest of Eugene.

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12475-SE-Powell-Blvd-Portland-OR

PORTLAND, ORE. — A public-private partnership between USA Properties Fund, Northwest Housing Alternatives and Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) has opened The Canopy Apartments at Powell, a multifamily property at 12475 S.E. Powell Blvd. in Portland. Situated 12 miles east of downtown Portland, The Canopy Apartments at Powell features 169 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for residents earning less than 60 percent of the area median income. Community amenities include elevators, laundry facilities on each floor, on-site parking, bike room, an after-school program for children, a courtyard with a tot lot, a dog wash and a donation pantry. The $63 million development is the first of two apartment communities in Oregon for USA Properties Fund. The public-private partnership, including $15.2 million from OHCS’ Local Innovation and Fast Track (LIFT) housing program, was critical in paving the way for the project, as well as The Portland Housing Bureau’s waiving of millions of dollars of development fees. Additional project partners included WNC & Associates and JP Morgan Chase as financial partners and WALSH Construction Co. as general contractor.

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PHOENIX, ORE. — Commonwealth Development Corp. and WNC & Associates have released plans for Pacific Flats, an affordable multifamily community in Phoenix, a small city in the southern portion of the state near the California border. Slated for completion in June 2025, Pacific Flats will feature 72 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) units spread across five three-story residential buildings. Amenities will include a clubhouse with a fitness center, business center and community room. Eight units will be reserved for families earning up to 30 percent of area median income (AMI), 20 units at 50 percent AMI and 44 units at 60 percent AMI.  The property will include high-efficiency windows and Energy Star-rated appliances and building mechanical equipment. Pacific Flats residents will have access to supportive services, including educational classes and help with access coordination to other non-profit agencies. ACCESS, a local community action organization, will provide the services. WNC’s total investment in the project is $25.1 million. The deal was structured with 4 percent LIHTC Equity, a construction and permanent loan through Legacy Bank, a $13.5 million soft loan using LIFT funds and a $170,000 soft loan using OHCS MEP funds. Commonwealth Development also partnered with Native of One Wind Indigenous …

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ARIZONA, NEW MEXICO, OHIO AND OREGON — Intel Corp. and the U.S. Department of Commerce have signed a non-binding preliminary memorandum of terms (PMT) for up to $8.5 billion in direct funding to Intel for commercial semiconductor projects under the CHIPS and Science Act. The proposed funding would help advance Intel’s critical semiconductor manufacturing and research-and-development (R&D) projects at its sites in Arizona, New Mexico, Ohio and Oregon. CHIPS Act funding aims to increase U.S. semiconductor manufacturing and research and development (R&D) capabilities. According to a release, Intel is the only American company that both designs and manufactures leading-edge logic chips. “Today is a defining moment for the U.S. and Intel as we work to power the next great chapter of American semiconductor innovation,” says Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger. “Artificial intelligence is supercharging the digital revolution, and everything digital needs semiconductors.” Santa Clara, Calif.-based Intel is building two new fabrication plants in Chandler, Ariz. The new factories on the company’s Ocotillo campus are part of Intel’s multibillion-dollar global manufacturing build-out, which includes new or expanded facilities in Oregon, New Mexico, Ohio, Malaysia, Ireland, Poland, Israel and Germany. Construction is underway on Intel’s Fab 9 factory in Rio Rancho, N.M. Fab …

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Creekview-Crossing-Sherwood-OR

SHERWOOD, ORE. — JLL has arranged the sale of Creekview Crossing, a garden-style apartment community located at 21759 SW Cedar Brook Way in Sherwood, a suburb southwest of Portland. A fund managed by LaSalle Investment Management acquired the asset for an undisclosed price. The name of the seller was not released. Built in 2009, Creekview Crossing features 183 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with attached garages, nine-foot ceilings, granite countertops and central HVAC. Community amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, a playground, pool and picnic tables. Ira Virden, Carrie Kahn and Frank Solorzano of JLL Capital Markets’ investment sales advisory team represented the seller and procured the buyer in the deal.

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Parkview-Christian-Retirement-Portland-OR

PORTLAND, ORE. — Ziegler, as exclusive financial advisor to the seller, has arranged the acquisition of Parkview Christian Retirement Community in Portland. Founded by members of the Columbia Baptist churches, the nonprofit Oregon Baptist Retirement Home Society opened its doors in 1944. The community expanded several times over the next 40 years. In 1987, the organization moved to its current location in northeast Portland and expanded again 10 years later. Today, the campus consists of 115 rental independent living apartments and 62 assisted living units spread over approximately six acres of land. The buyer is a for-profit owner-operator. The price was not disclosed. The Ziegler investment banking team included Humair Sabir, Stephen Johnson, Marie Carlson, and Ryan Anders.

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