Northeast Private Client Group sells three apartment communities totaling 187 units for $12.4 million

As seen in New England Real Estate Journal

Shelton, CT – Investment sales broker Northeast Private Client Group has completed the sale of a portfolio comprised of three apartment communities in one transaction totaling $12.4 million.

Brad Balletto, vice president, investments, and investment associates, Rich Edwards and Jeff Wright, represented the seller and procured the buyer of 13 Wallens St. in Winsted, along with 441 Winthrop Court and 451 Harwinton Ave. in Torrington. The sellers, Still River Mill Apartments, LLC, Brookgate Apartments, LLC, and Winthrop Apartments, LLC, based in Ansonia, sold the properties to Yellowstone Property Group out of Monsey, NY. This sale closed at a capitalization rate of 7.3% on the current net operating income.

The portfolio is comprised of three apartment communities, with a total 187 units. Gilbert Clock is a mill conversion with 73 loft-style units, unique layouts and large windows. Winthrop is a 43-unit brick, garden-style community with manicured grounds in a suburban location. Brookgate is another garden-style complex with 54 units and access to Rte. 8.

“This sale in Northwest Connecticut demonstrates an often-overlooked opportunity by investors solely focused on value-add properties” said Brad Balletto, VP investments. “This portfolio of quality, stabilized assets in secondary and tertiary markets is poised to take advantage of the trend of areas with nominal rents experiencing the highest year-over-year rent growth. Best-in-class rental options in peripheral markets like these represent a win-win proposition for buyers by offering immediate cashflow and expected revenue growth without the need to reposition the assets.”

About Northeast Private Client Group

Northeast Private Client Group is the fastest growing mid-market investment sales firm in the Northeast, providing unmatched results by combining specialized market intelligence with a relationship-based marketing strategy that caters to each client’s needs. The firm’s collaborative and research-driven solutions are tailored to meet the individual needs of investors across the Northeast who are looking to buy, sell or exchange mid-market properties including mixed-use, multifamily, retail and office assets. Northeast Private Client Group’s highly disciplined process is just one of the many reasons the firm has earned CoStar’s Power Broker designation year after year, and been ranked on the Inc5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies. To learn more, visit: www.northeastpcg.com.