West Shore Expands in Georgia

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With the addition of the assets, the firm now owns five multifamily properties in Georgia.

West Shore has acquired two properties in Pooler, Ga. The Carlyle at Godley Station and The Preserve at Godley Station feature a total of 692 units. With these purchases, West Shore now owns and operates five communities in Georgia.

According to Yardi Matrix data, West Shore purchased The Carlyle at Godley Station from JMG Realty for $71.5 million. The Preserve at Godley Station sold to West Shore for $89.45 million by The Walden Group, also according to Yardi Matrix data.


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The Carlyle at Godley Station, built in 2007, features 312 apartments with from one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts. Located at 385 N. Godley Station Blvd., downtown Pooler is easily accessible for residents. Amenities include a pool, clubhouse and dog park.

The Preserve at Godley Station includes 380 units and also features one-, two- and three-bedroom homes. Located at 65 Tanger Outlets Blvd., residents are in proximity to major highways, Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport and a variety of schools.

West Shore has more than 1,500 units in their five community Georgia portfolio. Other assets the firm owns in Savannah include The Mark at Chatham, Walden at Chatham Center and Grand Oaks at Ogeechee River. The firm also has five properties in Kentucky, recently acquiring Bridle Creek Apartments in Lexington, Ky.

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