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  • Oak Coast Properties Picks Up Hotel Circle Asset

    The DoubleTree San Diego – Hotel Circle recently traded hands in. The deal was arranged by CBRE Hotels representatives Bob Kaplan and Rod Apodaca, who acted on behalf of the seller. The parties involved were two locally-based investors that sold the hotel to an affiliate of Oak Coast Properties LLC. CBRE Hotels is a specialized advisory group within CBRE that provides services to companies acting in the hotel sector.

    San Diego 17 April 2015 22:38
  • Oak Coast Buys Multifamily Asset in Duluth

    Oak Coast Properties and Investors Management Group announced the acquisition of Promenade at Berkeley on January 14. Located in Duluth, Ga., the 492-unit apartment community was sold for $33.7 million by Northwoods Lake Partners LLC.

    Atlanta 20 January 2014 07:13

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