Multifamily

Bay Area Investor Acquires 7th Multifamily Property in Denver

DENVERHamilton Zanze (HZ), a San Francisco-based real estate investment company, has acquired the 238-unit Oxford Station residential community in Englewood for a purchase price of $60 million — one of seven properties now held by Hamilton Zanze across the Metro Denver region, and the first in Englewood.

The property consists of two large, 5-story buildings with a total of 182,991 net rentable square feet across a mix of studio, one, and two bedroom units. Unit occupancy was 96 percent at the time of the transaction.

Oxford Station_3Designed for luxury, the community offers a state-of-the-art fitness center with virtual workout classes, a sky-level entertainment lounge; a social lounge; a zen lounge; a pet washing station and dog park; on-site secure storage; enclosed bicycle parking; a pool with hot tub and barbeque area; an outdoor gaming area; bike, ski, and board repair station; and structured parking, all against mountain backdrop.

“Oxford Station offered a unique opportunity to buy a phenomenally-built product with modern amenities at an attractive basis. The property is located adjacent to a light rail station, providing residents with convenient access to Downtown Denver and an ever-expanding rail network. CBRE, specifically David Potarf, exceeded our expectations and we look forward to working on our next deal together soon,” said David Nelson, managing director of Acquisitions for Hamilton Zanze.

The property, located at 4101 S. Navajo Street, was originally opened just over one year ago in 2016, and developed by Littleton Capital Partners. Given its immediate adjacency to the popular RTD Southwest Light Rail line, the property has maintained high occupancy levels since opening. Management of the community has also been transitioned to Hamilton Zanze partner Mission Rock Residential, a Denver-based company.

Additional HZ properties in Denver include Platte View Landing, The Vistas at Stony Creek Apartments, Belle Creek Apartment Homes, Highpointe Park Apartment Homes, The Diamond at Prospect Apartments, and Harvest Station.

Images courtesy of Hamilton Zane.

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