Wakefield Glen Apartments

  • Atlanta Seniors Housing Sells for $83.5M

    Cassidy Turley arranges a seniors housing sale; ARA brokers the $37.3 million sale of a multifamily asset to Passco Companies; and CBRE/New England recapitalizes a LEED-Silver certified apartment in Massachusetts.

    National 06 May 2014 18:35
  • Passco Acquires Class A Community in Raleigh, NC

    Passco Companies has announced the acquisition of Carrington at Brier Creek for $37.3 million. The purchase of the Class A, 270-unit luxury garden-style community was on target for the company’s ongoing strategy to acquire high-quality core assets in high growth areas outside of primary markets.

    Midatlantic 31 March 2014 18:31
  • Passco Buys Raleigh Apartments for $31M

    Passco Cos. has acquired Wakefield Glen Apartments, a 246-unit property in Raleigh, N.C., for $31 million.

    South 13 December 2013 20:31

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