Greysteel Arranges $21.8M Receivership Sale of Multifamily Portfolio in D.C.

Elsinore Courtyard was built between 1960 and 1966 and its units average 894 square feet.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Greysteel has arranged the $21.8 million receivership sale of a multifamily portfolio in Washington, D.C., on behalf of the receiver, E&G Group. E&G Group received Elsinore Courtyard and Fitch Apartments in June 2017 when lender Wilmington Trust asked the Superior Court of the District of Columbia to empower E&G Group to market and sell the properties after previous owner Sanford Capital defaulted on its loans, according to Street Sense Media. Elsinore Courtyard was built between 1960 and 1966 at 5311-5330 E St., 5108-5112 Call Place and 5109-5117 C St. SE. The 15 -units average 894 square feet. Fitch Apartments was built between 1969 and 1971 and is situated at 351 53rd St. SE, 5033 Call Place SE, 5040 & 5216 D St. SE and 5218–5220 F St. SE. The 75 units average 728 square feet. Both properties are situated near Benning Road Metro Station, providing access to WMATA’s Blue/Silver Line trains. Ari Firoozabadi, Kyle Tangney, Herbert Schwat, Christian Alves and Dutch Seitz of Greysteel represented E&G Group in the transaction. The Washington, D.C.-based team also procured the undisclosed buyer.

Get more news delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to France Media's e-newsletters. Click here.

Related News

Updated daily:
How Will COVID-19 Impact the Commercial Real Estate Industry?
Click here.

COVID-19 Webinars: Learn more about the CRE industry's response to the coronavirus. Sign up.

Read the Digital Editions

Heartland Recent Issue

Northeast Recent Issue

Southeast Recent Issue

Texas Recent Issue

Western Recent Issue

Shopping Center Business