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    Represented by Colliers International, CORE Realty Holdings Management sold the 483-unit Hidden Lakes Apartments to Living Well Homes. Built in 1974, the property provides a value-add opportunity for the buyer.

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  • Affordable Housing to Rise on Former NY Slaughterhouse Site

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    Annex Student Living is developing Annex 71, a 140-unit community near the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, the state's third largest school.

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