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CBRE Arranges $31 Million Sale of 156-Unit Grand Pointe Park in Poughkeepsie, New York

Today, representatives of CBRE, led by Jeff Dunne, Richard Gatto, Fahri Ozturk, Eric Apfel, Stuart MacKenzie, and Zach McHale, announced the $31 million sale of Grand Pointe Park, a 156-unit multifamily community in Poughkeepsie, New York.

CBRE represented the seller, Avanath Capital Management, an institutional investment manager based in California and Virginia with 77 properties across the United States. The team also procured the buyer, Lexington Property Group, a privately held real estate investment group based in New Jersey.

Built in 1997, Grand Pointe Park is a two-story, garden-style, wood-frame residential community featuring a clubhouse with an outdoor pool, fitness studio, resident lounge and coffee bar, playground and dog park. Unit finishes were last updated between 2013-2016. The property is located only 3.1 miles from the Poughkeepsie train station and provides residents exceptional connectivity to the Hudson Valley’s charming riverside towns, abundant recreational options, world-class cultural institutions, and fine dining.

CBRE’s Eric Apfel said, “We are pleased to represent Avanath Capital Management in the sale of Grand Pointe Park. There was significant interest in the offering due to its location in the Mid-Hudson Valley and the opportunity to add value by renovating apartments and upgrading amenities to contemporary resident tastes. While southern markets are seeing a significant slowdown in rental growth and transaction activity, the New York City metro still offers compelling value to investors in terms of yield, durability of incomes, and constrained supply growth.”

CBRE’s Richard Gatto added, “Poughkeepsie is a sweet spot within the Mid-Hudson Valley; residents benefit from access to coveted employment sectors of higher education and health care, which support strong household incomes. The area is also home to an expanding high-tech presence as a local microchip manufacturing hub in the greater New York City metro area.”

Avanath’s Ken McMackin, SVP Asset Management said, “Our initial acquisition of this property in 2017 aligned with our strategy to acquire and renovate assets in markets experiencing housing shortages like Poughkeepsie, and allowed us to deliver much-needed, high-quality living near one of the country’s most expensive metros. Throughout our ownership, we successfully implemented various upgrades to on-site amenities which benefited our residents. We are pleased with the terms of the disposition; the buyer will benefit greatly from steady cashflow and high occupancy rates due to the strong demand the Mid-Hudson Valley continues to offer owners and operators.”

CBRE Institutional Properties is currently marketing for sale: 15 Bank Street, a 501-unit high-rise community in White Plains, NY; Halstead Milford, a 246-unit garden style community in Milford, CT; Pond View Land, a 204-unit development site in Farmington, CT; Reserve41, a 164-unit garden-style community in Norwalk, CT; Six Points at Bloomfield Station, a 176-unit apartment community in Bloomfield, NJ; The Essex, a 158-unit property in Bellville, NJ; and Lofts22, a 70-unit community in Bayonne, NJ.

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