Bell Lancaster

  • Bell Partners Acquires Lancaster, White Buffalo Community in Fort Worth

    Bell Partners Inc., the nation’s 7th largest apartment renovator and 12th largest apartment operator, recently announced that it closed on behalf of its investors on Lancaster and White Buffalo, a 316-unit community in Fort Worth. According to the company’s official statement, the community will be managed by them and it will be renamed as Bell Lancaster.

    Dallas 24 October 2014 03:56

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