ARIUM Inverness

  • Carroll Organization Purchases Memphis’ Largest Multifamily Community for $46.5 Million

    Atlanta-based Carroll Organization has increased its Southeastern footprint with the acquisition of an off-market, multifamily portfolio composed of Colonial Village at Inverness in Birmingham, Al; Greenbrook in Memphis, TN; and Colonial Village at Charleston Place in Charlotte, NC. The three assets, totaling at approximately 1,800 apartment units, will be rebranded as ARIUM Inverness, ARIUM Shelby Farms, respectively, ARIUM McAlpine Creek.

    South 18 July 2014 19:34
  • Carroll Organization Acquired Three-Property Portfolio

    Carroll Organization has acquired a three-property multifamily portfolio consisting of apartment complexes in three different Southeastern states. All together, the portfolio includes 1,937 units in Alabama, North Carolina and Tennessee, expanding the company’s presence in that part of the country.

    South 17 July 2014 12:35

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