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Inland Subsidiary Sells 894-Bed Student Housing Property Near University of Central Florida

The Retreat at Orlando features a swimming pool, 24-hour fitness center, clubhouse, computer lab, pool tables, golf simulator, sand volleyball court, tennis court, picnic area and shuttle service to the UCF campus.

ORLANDO, FLA. — Orlando Student Housing DST, an entity related to Inland Real Estate Group of Cos. Inc., has sold the Retreat at Orlando, an 894-bed student housing property located roughly two miles southwest of the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando. Inland Private Capital Corp. (IPC) facilitated the sale of the property on behalf of one of its 1031 investment programs. The name of the buyer and the sales price were not disclosed, but the Orlando Business Journal reports the company originally acquired the off-campus asset in 2015 for $72.5 million, or $80,376.94 per bed. Constructed in 2014 by Athens, Ga.-based Landmark Properties, the Retreat at Orlando includes 143 apartment buildings with a mix of two- to six-bedroom floor plans. Units feature private bathrooms, nine-foot ceilings, full-size washer and dryer units and a front porch or back patio. Community amenities include a resort-style, multi-tiered swimming pool with cabanas and hammocks, 24-hour fitness center, clubhouse with catering kitchen, computer lab, pool tables, golf simulator, sand volleyball court, tennis court, picnic area with barbecue grills and shuttle service to the UCF campus. At the time of sale, the community was 99.6 percent occupied.

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