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    The company teamed up with Gables Residential to acquire Emory Point I and II, which they now sold for $199 million. The 750-unit community also includes 125,000 square feet of first-floor retail space.

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  • 29th Street Capital Buys Vegas Apartments

    The company, which has purchased 15 multifamily properties over the past 12 months, also revealed plans to implement a $1.9 million capital improvement program to refurbish unit interiors, enhance the asset’s exterior and upgrade the amenity package.

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    Brooklyn's historic brownstones are selling for millions. What are the architectural details that turned these time-worn properties into best-sellers?

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  • Kayne Anderson Snags Sentio Investments for $825M

    Under the terms of the agreement, the company will acquire the outstanding shares in an all-cash transaction. The assets, located across 16 states, include senior housing communities as well as medical office buildings.

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  • Inland Empire Apartments Sell in 1031 Exchange

    A family trust purchased the property, which has high value-add potential, in a 1031 exchange, a transaction that multifamily investors have increasingly executed in the Inland Empire, which has a limited inventory of apartment communities for sale.

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  • 29th Street Capital Buys 12th Bay Area Community

    The acquisition of the 79-unit community in San Leandro, Calif., brings the company’s multifamily portfolio to more than 7,600 units. As part of its value-add investment strategy, the company plans to invest $2.3 million in capital improvements.

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  • How Building Age Impacts Rent in NYC

    For potential Manhattan renters, a building’s age is not just a number, according to a new report from RentHop. But just how much of a rent difference is there between pre-war and post-war buildings?

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  • Indianapolis: Full Speed Ahead

    Demand for apartments continues to be strong, thanks to the locale’s relative affordability. The city’s high-quality education system and skilled workforce attract residents and employers, propelling economic growth.

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