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FORT MYERS, FLA. — A partnership among Behringer Harvard Opportunity REIT II, DeBartolo Development and Christian Tyler Properties has acquired the senior mortgage debt associated with the 408-unit Palms of Monterrey multifamily complex from the property’s previous owner. The complex was built in 2001 and is located at 15250 Sonoma Dr. in Fort Myers. Apartment amenities include a clubhouse with a business center, two heated pools, a lighted tennis court and a racquetball facility. The Palms of Monterrey, which started life as a collection of condominium units, will be repositioned as apartments.

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