Portland Residential Community Trades Hands for $50M
By Alex Girda, Associate Editor
A California-based multifamily investment firm recently acquired a Portland asset. According to investment brokerage firm HFO Investment Real Estate, the Monterey Springs Apartments in Clackamas County traded hands for $51.25 million. HFO was in charge of arranging the transaction on behalf of both the buyer and the seller, a private equity group from the Midwest.
Monterey Springs Apartments is a 390-unit multifamily property located in the immediate vicinity of Clackamas Town Center. The residential community is located on a 12-acre lot and includes 21 residential buildings, as well as two distinct community facilities. Residents at the property benefit from landscaping features such as a private lake, a water feature, a fitness center, resident covered parking, a cyber café, a common clubhouse and a year-round pool/spa, just 20 minutes away from the city’s core.
According to a press statement announcing the transaction, HFO Investment Real Estate used its extensive network of national investors, and was able to find a number of potential buyers looking to invest in the growing Portland market. The Portland multifamily market has seen a higher pace of deals during recent weeks, with the Pacific Northwest as a whole proving to be a solid investment area for companies active in the residential sector.Tags: Acquisitions/Dispositions, Brokers, Consumer, Conventional - Market Rate, economy, Finance/Investment, Financiers, HFO Investment Real Estate, Investors, leasing, Local, Monterey Springs Apartments, multi-family, multifamily transaction, National, Owners, Portland, Professional, Regional, Residential, Seattle Lead Story