David Arthur

  • Brookfield Acquires Apartment Communities in the Triangle for $108M

    Brookfield Asset Management Inc. has purchased five multi-family properties in the Triangle region, as part of its $414 million deal to acquire a total of 19 apartment communities in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Babcock & Brown Residential, the seller of the 4,892-unit portfolio was advised by Robert W. Baird & Co. According to the Triangle Business Journal, the assets located in the Triangle accounted for a combined $108 million, or $76,900 per unit. The newspaper reports that the 462-unit Oak Hollow property in Cary sold for $32.6 million, while the 144-unit Bridges at Chapel Hill in Carrboro sold for $11.6 million. The region’s other three communities that were included in the sale are located in Durham: the 346-unit Bridges at Wind River (pictured), which sold for $32.6 million, the 264-unit Woods Edge, which sold for $18.7 million, and the 192-unit Bridges at South Point, which sold for $12.76 million.

    Raleigh Durham 21 February 2013 22:31

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