Kauri Investments

  • Essex Property Trust Closes Multifamily Deal with Kauri, Which is Also Set to Begin Construction

    Kauri Investments sold the 56-unit residential community, part of a larger project that also includes a Hyatt Place hotel. Kauri did not include the 160-key hospitality property in the deal perfected with Essex. Developed in 2010, the complex is located at 110 Sixth Avenue N., near the Seattle Center. According to PSBJ, the sale was not planned by Kauri but the inquiry by Kidder Matthews representatives Giovanni Napoli and Phillip Assouad, working on behalf of Essex Property Trust eventually got the deal going. According to Kauri’s CEO, Kevin Angier, the multifamily rental property had an occupancy rate of 95 percent at the time the transaction was completed.

    Seattle 13 January 2013 06:54

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