The Woodlands at Wakefield Plantation

  • Altman Development Completes $46.8M Disposition

    ARA brokers a 360-unit sale in Raleigh, N.C.; NorthMarq arranges a $22.4 million mortgage for a high-rise; and Centerline Capital Group provides $18.8 million for an affordable development in Austin.

    National 06 January 2014 18:09
  • Bell Partners Acquires Apartments in Raleigh for $46.8M, Sells in Chapel Hill

    Apartment investment and management company Bell Partners Inc. of Greensboro has recently purchased The Woodlands at Wakefield Plantation, a 360-unit multi-family community in north Raleigh, which it renamed Bell Wakefield. According to the Triangle Business Journal, an entity managed by Altman Development Corp. of Boca Raton, Fla. sold the property for $46.8 million.

    Raleigh Durham 22 November 2013 16:04

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