Cashing Out: KBS Looking to Liquidate Post-Recession Apartment REIT

September 15, 2017

Cashing Out: KBS Looking to Liquidate Post-Recession Apartment REIT

September 14, 2017 | Mark Heschmeyer | CoStar.com


KBS Legacy Partners Apartment REIT has decided it’s time to cash out and sell the remaining multifamily properties it purchased through early 2014. The California-based non-traded REIT has already cut separate agreements to sell four of them and is seeking approval of the sale from stockholders. 

Funds affiliated with Houston-based Elite Street Capital agreed to pay $218.9 million for the properties containing 1,273 units, representing a price of $171,956/unit. The sale of the portfolio is also contingent on stockholder approval of the KBS REIT's plan of liquidation. 

The properties to be sold as part of the Elite trade are Legacy at Valley Ranch, 504 units in Irving for $68.5 million purchase price; The Residence at Waterstone, a 255-unit complex in Pikesville, MD, for $60.1 million; Crystal Park at Waterford, a 314-unit complex in Frederick, MDselling for $45.9 million; and Lofts at the Highlands, a 200-unit complec in St. Louis selling for $44.4 million. 

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