(EDITOR’S NOTE: According to property records filed with King County, the apartment building was acquired by FPA Multifamily.)
SEATTLE –– CBRE announced the $44.5 million sale of Neely Station, a 190-unit multifamily community in Auburn, Washington, to a confidential buyer. Eli Hanacek, Jon Hallgrimson, Mark Washington and Kyle Yamamoto with CBRE’s Pacific Northwest-based multifamily team represented the seller, Goodman Real Estate Inc.
The property is located at 1433 8th Street NE in Auburn, a suburb south of Seattle. Built in 1968, the garden-style community consists of 25 two-story buildings on 9.5 acres. Neely Station has one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans with an average apartment size of 850 sq. ft. Community amenities include an outdoor pool and sundeck, fire pits, resident clubhouse, fitness center, media room, and landscaped grounds with walking paths.
“Neely Station offered a value-add opportunity with 100 percent of the units primed for upgrades, while the property’s location is convenient to multiple employment hubs, including Tacoma, Seattle, Bellevue, Kent and Renton,” said Jon Hallgrimson, vice chairman, CBRE.
The property is approximately six minutes from Auburn Station transit hub, 20 minutes from downtown Tacoma, and 30 minutes from downtown Seattle and downtown Bellevue.
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