GRAPEVINE, RICHARDSON AND CARROLLTON, TEXAS — A fund backed by Mexico City-based private equity firm Eagle Property Capital Investments has acquired a trio of apartment communities totaling 840 units in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Mustang Villas is a 246-unit property in Grapevine that was built in 1974 and offers one-, two- and three-bedroom units that range in size from 530 to 1,310 square feet. Prestonwood Apartment Homes in Richardson was constructed in 1979 and offers 194 residences in one- and two-bedroom floor plans ranging between 788 and 1,222 square feet. Bella Vista, which is located in Carrollton and was built in 1981, features 400 units in one- and two-bedroom formats spanning between 600 and 1,189 square feet. Amenities at Mustang Villa include a business center, fitness center, community room, playground and a sports court. Prestonwood Apartment Homes and Bella Vista have amenity packages that include pools, fitness centers and outdoor picnic and grilling areas, while Prestonwood features a playground and Bella Vista a sports court. The new ownership plans to invest in various capital improvements throughout the three properties.Brad Williamson, Mitch Sinberg, Matt Robbins and Abigail Beauchamp of Berkadia secured acquisition financing on behalf of the buyer.
Eagle Property Capital Buys Three Apartment Communities Totaling 840 Units in Dallas-Fort Worth