CAMBRIDGE, MASS. — CBRE has negotiated the sale of Hanover North Cambridge, an apartment community in North Cambridge. A fund advised by Goldman Sachs Asset Management purchased the asset from The Hanover Co. and its institutional partner for $182 million.
Completed in 2022, Hanover North Cambridge offers 294 units, as well as more than 26,000 square feet of amenity space. The property is also home to a 7,067-square-foot, Caribbean-inspired restaurant, and is built over a podium that offers two levels of covered parking.
Community amenities include a lobby with a reception area; clubroom with a projector screen and shuffleboard court; co-working lounge; private meeting spaces; and fitness center. According to the property website, Hanover North Cambridge offers studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans. Rental rates range from $2,976 per month for a studio to $6,284 per month for a three-bedroom apartment. The property is LEED Gold-certified.
The community is located adjacent to the MBTA Alewife Station, giving residents train access to the greater Cambridge and Boston areas. Cambridge is home to more than 32 million square feet of office space, as well as Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
A CBRE Capital Markets team consisting of Simon Butler, Biria St. John, John McLaughlin and Brian Bowler marketed the property and represented the seller in the deal.