Greenhouse Apartments

  • JB Matteson Acquires Greenhouse Apartments in Seattle’s Columbia City Neighborhood

    San Mateo, Calif.-based JB Matteson Inc., has acquired the 124-unit, Class A Greenhouse Apartments community in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood for $32.1 million.

    West 14 October 2013 17:25
  • New M-F Deal Completed in Seattle as Company Continues Shopping Spree

    As Seattle continues to grow and its development pipeline keeps being populated, investors are obviously keeping one eye on the city’s multifamily assets. One company that has recently moved on the market is JB Matteson Inc, with the company announcing the acquisition of Greenhouse Apartments, in a deal worth $32.1 million. The San Mateo, CA-based company is the new owner of the Columbia City residential asset. Property management services will be handled by E&S Ring Management Corporation, who currently manages other JB Matteson properties.

    Seattle 14 October 2013 01:38

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