Madison at River Sound

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  • Walker & Dunlop Originates Freddie Mac Loan With 75-Day Early Rate Lock

    Walker & Dunlop announced that it originated a $25.4 million loan for the refinance of Silverhawk Apartments & Centre; and CBRE completed a $58.3 million sale of an apartment community.

    National 23 March 2015 17:53
  • Lawrenceville MF Asset Changes Hands for $58.3M

    Madison at River Sound was recently sold to Los Angeles-based Investors Management Group for $58.3 million. The new owner of the community is a private real estate investment firm focusing exclusively on the multifamily sector. Investors Management Group specializes in value-add and opportunistic real estate investments in major metropolitan markets in need of recapitalization, repositioning, or significant renovation.

    Atlanta 20 March 2015 20:27

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