Jacksonville Community Gets $30M Refi
HFF originated the 10-year Freddie Mac mortgage for Beachwold Residential, the owner of the 288-unit luxury community. The loan retires a prior CMBS loan.
Beachwold Residential has taken a $29.6 million refinancing package for The Club at Danforth, a 288-unit luxury community in Jacksonville, Fla., according to public records. HFF originated the Freddie Mac loan, which matures after 10 years. The new debt retires a $42.6 million CMBS mortgage assumed by Beachwold in 2016, when the firm acquired the asset from the Carroll Org. for $34 million.
Located at 3701 Danforth Drive in the city’s San Pablo submarket, the community’s 18 two-story buildings are within 15 miles of downtown Jacksonville. The asset is less than a mile from the Beach Boulevard retail corridor and a short drive from the Simon-owned St. Johns Town Center. In December, The Praedium Group paid nearly $47 million for a luxury multifamily property in the area.
The community, constructed in 1998, contains a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, with unit floorplans of 3629 to 1,365 square feet. The Club at Danforth’s amenities include a fitness center, business center, clubhouse, swimming pool, dog park, racquetball court and basketball court. As of November 2018, the property was 94.1 percent occupied, per data from Yardi Matrix.
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