Origin Capital Partners, Randolph Street Realty Acquire 238 Apartment Units in Naperville for $38M
NAPERVILLE, ILL. — Origin Capital Partners and Randolph Street Realty Capital have acquired The Iroquois Club, an apartment complex located in Naperville, about 30 miles west of Chicago. The sales price was $38 million, and MB Financial provided the acquisition financing. As part of the investment strategy, the partnership acquired 238 existing apartment units. The entire complex consists of two phases and 264 total units. One phase, featuring 136 units, includes apartments. The second phase of 128 units started to undergo a condo conversion in 2006, but the conversion project ultimately stalled out in the late 2000s with 26 condo units sold. The balance of the units in the second phase remained apartments. The property was originally developed in 1989, and the Class B asset was 81 percent leased at the time of acquisition. The joint venture duo has plans to renovate, reposition and rebrand the complex. Renovations will include new stainless steel appliances, new kitchen and bathroom countertops, updated flooring and carpet and washers and dryers. The property amenities currently include 425 parking spaces, a club room, an indoor pool with retractable roof and a fitness center. Sean Connelly of 33 Realty represented the buyers in the transaction.