Cottonwood Group, Texsun Holdings Buy 480-Unit Multifamily Portfolio in Fort Worth


According to, Woodstone Apartments in Fort Worth totals 201 units and was built in 1984.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS — A partnership between two private equity firms, Los Angeles-based Cottonwood Group and Dallas-based Texsun Holdings, has purchased a two-property multifamily portfolio totaling 480 units in Fort Worth. The properties, Woodstone and Bridge Hollow, both offer one- and two-bedroom units. The new ownership plans to implement a $5 million capital improvement plan across both assets. The seller and sales price were not disclosed.

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