PHOENIX – CB Richard Ellis has negotiated the sale of Aldea at Estrella Falls, a 328-unit luxury apartment community in Goodyear, Ariz. Tyler Anderson, Sean Cunningham and Asher Gunter of CBRE’s Phoenix office acted on behalf of the seller, a partnership between Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Globe Corporation and Austin, Texas-based Trammell Crow Residential, to structure the $32.8 million transaction. The buyer was PrivatePortfolio Group of Seattle, Wash. The project, bult in 2008, is 93 percent leased.
SEATTLE – MG Properties Group, a privately owned, San Diego-based real estate investor and operator, has announced the acquisition of The Park at Northgate, a $22.3-million apartment community in Seattle, Washington. The acquisition was financed with a $17,350,000 loan from Guggenheim Commercial Real Estate and Pillar Multifamily, LLC, arranged by George Elkins Mortgage Banking Company. The balance of the purchase price was provided by MGPG’s Private Capital Group, a pool of high-net-worth investors located primarily in the San Diego region. The property was sold by Triad Villa Roma LLC, who was represented by Tim Campbell and Jeff Gilson of Pinnacle.
MIAMI –| Pacific Development (A|P Development), the development subsidiary of Atlantic | Pacific Companies (A|P), announced the acquisition of 22 acres at Tradition in Port St. Lucie, Florida. A|P’s future plans are to develop a Class-A Multi-Family apartment community. The preliminary site plan for Grande Palms at Tradition will include 252 Class-A Multi-family units which will be a mix of one, two and three bedroom floor plans. The town of Tradition is a live, work, play environment that marketing an active lifestyle.
IRVINE, Calif. –HFF has arranged a $56 million refinancing for Oasis at Waipahu, a 406-unit, townhome-style multi-housing community outside of Honolulu, Hawaii. HFF worked exclusively on behalf of the borrower, a joint venture led by The Bascom Group, to secure the 36-month, floating-rate loan with Prime Finance.
SEATTLE — Essex Property Trust, based in Palo Alto, Calif., has purchased the biggest apartment project in the state of Washington – the 882-unit Archstone Redmond Hill in Redmond, Washington. Kenny Dudunakis and Marty Leith of Hendricks and Partners represented the seller, Archstone of Englewood, Colo. The project, covering 42 acres, is located next to the headquarters of Microsoft.