Avanath Capital Management, LLC, has acquired City View, a mixed-use, mixed-income property at 595 Church Street in Orlando, FL, for $62.5 million. Marcus and Millichap marketed the transaction.
Press releases & articles - September 2022
Avanath Capital Management has announced the $62.5 million acquisition of City View, a mixed-use, mixed-income development in Orlando, Florida.
Private real estate investment firm Avanath Capital Management has acquired mixed-use, mixed-income City View in Orlando, Fla. The distinctive, 266-unit property, which features 24,865 square feet of retail space, changed hands for $62.5 million. Marcus & Millichap Affordable Housing Advisors marketed the transaction.
Avanath Capital Management has purchased City View, a mixed-use development located at 595 Church St. in Orlando, for $62.5 million. The buyer purchased the asset using a combination of its commingled fund equity and debt financing from JPMorgan Chase and Fannie Mae. Marcus & Millichap’s Affordable Housing Advisors division brokered the sale.
Avanath Capital Management, LLC, a private real estate investment management firm, announced the acquisition of City View, a mixed-use, mixed-income property located in Orlando for $62.5 million.
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