North Carolina Apartments Sold for $42 Million


sold stamp blueA new joint venture real estate investment group has made a $42 million investment in central North Carolina’s growing apartment market.

Kettler, a real estate development and property management firm based in Tysons, Virginia, has teamed with The Stillman Group of Scarsdale, New York, to acquire both the 144-unit Bridges at Chapel Hill apartment community in Carrboro and the 240-unit Waterford Place apartment community in north Greensboro for a combined $42 million.

The Kettler-Stillman partnership paid $15.5 million, or $107,639 per unit for the Carrboro property, according to Orange County records, and it paid $26.5 million, or $110,417 per unit, for the Greensboro property, according to Guilford County records.

In a separate news release about the deal, Kettler Chairman and CEO Robert C. Kettler stated that the investors plan to “enhance” operations at both communities with interior and exterior upgrades. Kettler’s property management arm has also taken over for previous owner and management company, Fairfield Residential.



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