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Landmark by Hillwood in Denton, Texas

DENTON, TEXAS — Hillwood, a Perot company, has unveiled plans for Landmark by Hillwood, a 3,200-acre mixed-use project in the northern Dallas suburb of Denton. The project team includes Hillwood subsidiaries Hillwood Communities and Hillwood Properties. The plans call for 900 acres of commercial space comprising 5 million square feet of retail, hospitality and entertainment space, approximately 6,000 single-family homes and more than 3,000 apartment units. The site, which is situated at I-35W and Robson Ranch Road, was previously known as Hunter Ranch. The parcel is one of the original land holdings …

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Skyview by Zen in West Valley, Arizona

WEST VALLEY, ARIZ. — Tower Capital has negotiated $51.5 million in non-recourse construction financing for the development of Skyview by Zen, a 190-unit build-to-rent (BTR) community in West Valley, 50 miles west of downtown Phoenix. Kyle McDonough and George Maravilla of Tower Capital arranged the financing on behalf of Zen and 10Y. The sponsor acquired the development site at 2627 N. 83rd Ave. in 2023. Once completed, Skyview by Zen will offer townhomes in two- and three-bedroom layouts. Construction is underway, with the first units slated to deliver in October …

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Lenox in Jersey City, New Jersey

JERSEY CITY, N.J. — CBRE has arranged the sale of Lenox and Quinn, two adjacent properties totaling 408 units located in the Paulus Hook neighborhood of Jersey City. Houston-based investment manager Hines Interests purchased both assets from institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management for $221.5 million.  Lenox was built in 2017 and comprises 255 units. The property also includes a 257-space automated parking garage. Built in 2018, Quinn totals 153 units. Both communities feature amenities such as a rooftop with BBQ gas grills and a pool, resident lounge, …

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36N in Tulsa, Oklahoma

TULSA, OKLA. —  A public-private partnership consisting of Pennrose and the Tulsa Housing Authority will develop 36N, a $190 million mixed-income project in Tulsa. The partnership will redevelop the existing property at the site, a 271-unit community called Comanche Park Apartments, and construct an additional 274 units from the ground up. Once completed, 36N will comprise 545 apartments. The development is part of a larger revitalization initiative known as Envision Comanche. The project will also feature single-family homes, as well as a grocery store, urban farm and dedicated wilderness area. Vertical …

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Gateway Crossing Apartments in Plano, Texas

PLANO, TEXAS — Greensboro, North Carolina-based Bell Partners has acquired Gateway Crossing Apartments, an 831-unit community in Plano. Daniel Baker of CBRE brokered the deal. The seller and sales price were not disclosed. Gateway Crossing Apartments was built in phases between 2013 and 2017. The community features one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with an average size of 950 square feet. According to Apartments.com, the property features amenities such as a fitness center, clubhouse, game room, lounge, media center, pet play area, business center, multiple pools and outdoor grilling and dining …

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The Dylan in Portland, Oregon

PORTLAND, ORE. — PCCP has provided a $45 million senior loan to a joint venture between Alamo Manhattan and MetLife Investment Management for the refinancing of The Dylan, a 232-unit property in Portland. Charles Halladay and Charlie Watson of JLL Capital Markets Debt Advisory arranged the non-recourse loan. The Dylan was constructed in 2022. Located at 3883 S. Moody Ave., the community offers 19 studios, 185 one-bedroom and 28 two-bedroom units. The average unit size is 724 square feet. Amenities include communal workspaces, a fitness center, resident lounge, dog wash station, …

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230 Classon Ave. in New York City

NEW YORK CITY — Cushman & Wakefield has arranged a $56 million loan for the refinancing of a 138-unit property located at 230 Classon Ave. in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood. Gideon Gil, Zach Kraft and Sebastian Sanchez of Cushman & Wakefield arranged the fixed-rate loan through QuadReal Property Group on behalf of the borrower, Quinlan Development Group. The community offers one- and two-bedroom units. Amenities include a private park, coworking lounge, gaming terrace, fitness center and outdoor grilling and dining stations.

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The Corbin District in Darien, Connecticut

DARIEN, CONN. — JLL has arranged $165 million in construction financing for Phase II of The Corbin District, a six-acre mixed-use development in downtown Darien. JLL Capital Markets represented the sponsor, locally based Baywater Properties, to secure a $102 million loan from Barings and $63 million in C-PACE financing from Counterpointe SRE. Michael Gigliotti, Evan Pariser and Robert Tonnessen led the JLL Capital Markets team that arranged the total financing package.  Once complete, The Corbin District will comprise 11 buildings featuring 112 apartments, as well as 78,810 square feet of retail …

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West Side Square in Jersey City, New Jersey

JERSEY CITY, N.J. — West Side Square Development Fund, a partnership between LanTree Developments, Altree Developments Inc., Lanterra Developments Inc. and Westdale Properties, has received a $169 million construction loan for West Side Square in the Journal Square neighborhood of Jersey City. Bravo Property Trust provided the debt. West Side Square will offer 477 units in studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans. Amenities will include coworking space, an outdoor deck with a pool and grilling stations, fitness center, community room and dog run. The property will also feature 9,841 square …

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Sack Wern Houses in New York City

NEW YORK CITY — A partnership consisting of locally based firm Douglaston Development, investor Asland Capital Partners, nonprofit organization Breaking Ground and the New York City Housing Authority (NYHCA) will conduct a $275 million renovation of Sack Wern Houses in the Soundview neighborhood of The Bronx. The affordable housing community comprises seven buildings and is home to more than 800 residents. The rehabilitation will cover more than 400 apartment units, as well as common areas and building infrastructure and utility systems. The renovation will be carried out through the NYHCA’s …

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