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TruAmerica Spends $67 Mil on 472 Res Units in Tempe, AZ


TruAmerica Multifamily, in joint venture with an institutional capital partner, has acquired a two-property, 472-unit apartment portfolio in Tempe, AZ for $67.3 mil ($142.5k/unit). With these most recent purchases, TruAmerica has boosted its local portfolio to more than 2,400 units.

Highland Park
Highland Park
The portfolio is comprised of 276-unit Highland Park and 196-unit Park View, located within a block of one another near the I-10 and Baseline Rd, one of the major east/west arterials in Tempe. Each low-density garden style development was built in the early 1980s and feature one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes.

Each community is highly amenitized with resort style pools, fitness centers, clubhouses and recreational areas. The properties are within a 20-minute commute from three major employment hubs: Sky Harbor, Downtown Tempe, and Papago, which accounted for more than 50 percent of the job growth experienced by the Phoenix metro from 2017 to 2018.

With the majority of apartment units still in their original condition, Highland Park and Park View represent a strong value-add opportunity for TruAmerica. TruAmerica will initiate a significant capital improvement program across the portfolio including upgrading apartment interiors, renovating all community amenities and refreshing exteriors and landscaping to meet the demands of today’s renter.

“We continue to be net buyers in Phoenix, and Tempe in particular,” said TruAmerica Director of Acquisitions Chris MacLeod. “Nearly six out of 10 residents in Tempe are renters, making it the highest propensity to rent-vs-own submarket in Arizona. Despite the robust population and job growth, not much product has been added to the inventory. What has been built is higher priced mid- and high-rise development, out of the reach of the majority of the area’s renter population. This has created a severe supply/demand imbalance and an extremely competitive investment environment.” said MacLeod.

Tyler Anderson, Sean Cunningham, Asher Gunter and Matt Pesch from CBRE’s Phoenix office brokered the transaction. The acquisition was leveraged with favorable financing through Freddie Mac’s Select Sponsor Program originated by the CBRE Capital Markets team, led by Vice Chairman Brian Eisendrath.

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