Pennsylvania

DREXEL HILL, PA. — Matawan, New Jersey-based regional brokerage firm Hudson Atlantic has arranged the sale of Garrett House Apartments in the Philadelphia suburb of Drexel Hill. The property was built in 1960 and comprises 57 units. Apartments come in one-bedroom layouts. The original owner of the asset sold the buyer to $6 million. Neither party’s identity was disclosed. The asset traded hands for $6 million. Adam Zweibel led the Hudson Atlantic team that brokered the deal.

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Garrett House Apartments in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania

DREXEL HILL, PENN. — Hudson Atlantic has arranged the sale of Garrett House Apartments, a 57-unit community in the Philadelphia suburb of Drexel Hill. The property traded hands for $6 million at a 5.8 percent cap rate. Adam Zweibel of Hudson Atlantic negotiated the deal. Garrett House Apartments was built in 1960. According to Apartments.com, the community features an on-site laundry room and off-street parking.

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Annual Absorption and Deliveries in Philadelphia Apartment Market (2016-2023)

Metro Philadelphia has commonly been characterized as stable by multifamily investors. It’s akin to a backhanded compliment when comparing our region to those with higher population growth or more “business-friendly” governments. Cue the overused “eds and meds” story that fails to reference the technology, life sciences or gene therapy industries, all of which help to diversify the region’s employment base and contribute to a strong economy. (The “eds,” of course, are institutions of higher learning and the “meds” are medical facilities.)  Historically, investors also haven’t differentiated between suburban Philadelphia, namely …

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PHILADELPHIA — Greystone has provided a $20.2 million Freddie Mac Optigo loan to refinance a construction loan for Ray Philly, a 110-unit property located on North American Street in Philadelphia. The financing carries a five-year term at a fixed rate, with a 30-year amortization. Steven Vainer of Greystone originated the financing. Ray Philly was built in 2023 by developers Six Acre Capital and Ray. Units come in studio, one-, and two-bedroom floor plans. Amenities include a fitness center, rooftop garden, living room and co-working lounge with a kitchen. The property …

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ROBINSON TOWNSHIP, PA. — A partnership consisting of developer Milhaus and investment firm BAM Capital will develop Nox Living, a 272-unit community in the western Pittsburgh suburb of Robinson Township. The property will offer studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Amenities include a pool, fitness center, coworking space, resident lounge and outdoor grilling and dining stations. The development team expects to break ground on the community by July, with the first units slated to deliver by late 2025. 

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An apartment community in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA, ATLANTA, RALEIGH AND ST. LOUIS — Equus Capital Partners (Equus) has acquired Project Big Timber, a portfolio that totals 1,249 units across six garden-style communities in the Atlanta, Philadelphia, Raleigh and St. Louis metropolitan areas. Equus purchased the portfolio for $220 million. Newmark’s Debt Capital Markets team of Steve Comly and Kippy Donovan assisted Equus in securing a ten-year fixed rate loan from Fannie Mae for the acquisition. The communities included in Project Big Timber have an average vintage of 1984 and an average unit size of 989 square-feet. …

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Cambridge Square Apartments in Monroeville, Pennsylvania

MONROEVILLE, PA. — KeyBank has provided $90.7 million in financing for the acquisition and rehabilitation of Cambridge Square Apartments, an affordable housing complex in the Pittsburgh suburb of Monroeville. The financing consists of a $35 million construction loan, an $18 million Fannie Mae permanent loan, $15.7 million in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) equity and $22 million in tax-exempt bonds that were sold by KeyBanc Capital Markets. Anna Belanger and Jonathan Wittkopf of KeyBank structured the tax credit equity and debt financing. Robbie Lynn of KeyBank structured the tax-exempt bonds, …

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A 466-Unit Project from Saxum Real Estate in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA — JLL Capital Markets has arranged $55.7 million in construction financing for a seven-story development located in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia. The project is the second phase of a two-phased development that will total 466 units. The first phase is currently under construction, with completion slated for September 2024. The second phase of the project will comprise 187 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, as well as 7,803 square feet of ground floor retail and a 45,000-square-foot amenity package. Amenities will include a pool, courtyard deck overlooking …

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Sullivan Parke in Forks Township, Pennsylvania

FORKS TOWNSHIP, PA. — A joint venture between Ashley Development Corp. and Black Bear Asset Management (BBAM) has sold Sullivan Parke, a 102-unit property in the Lehigh Valley community of Forks Township, for $35.5 million. Emil DePasquale and Brandon Harris of Black Bear Capital Partners, a subsidiary of BBAM, arranged $19.2 million in acquisition financing on behalf of the undisclosed buyer. Sullivan Parke consists of four buildings on a seven-acre site. Amenities include multiple fitness centers, lounges and outdoor recreation areas.

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NEWVILLE, PA. — Northmarq has negotiated the sale of Big Spring Terrace, a 159-unit manufactured housing community in Newville, about 140 miles west of Philadelphia. Anthony Pino and Ari Azarbarzin represented the seller, Big Springs Properties, in the transaction. The buyer and sales price were not disclosed. Big Spring Terrace was originally built in 1975 on a 94-acre site. The property was roughly 94 percent occupied at the time of sale.

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