Fritz Wolff

  • Wolff Co. Buys 3,098-Unit M-F Portfolio

    With new mega-resort projects coming back to the Strip, and the Downtown Project continuing its shopping spree in the core of the city, Las Vegas is seeing interest from investors and developers finally rise after a few years of uncertainty. In the multifamily sector, a major transaction was just completed for a large multifamily portfolio in the area. The Wolff Company has announced the acquisition of the “Oasis Portfolio” from Sierra Nevada Multifamily Investments LLC.

    Las Vegas 01 June 2013 19:43
  • Wolff Picks Up $200M M-F Portfolio in Las Vegas

    The Wolff Co., of Scottsdale, Ariz., has acquired the 3,098-unit “Oasis Portfolio” of 14 apartment communities in metro Las Vegas.

    Las Vegas 30 May 2013 13:39

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