Luxury central Phoenix multifamily asset sold by IPA for $58.35 million

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Institutional Property Advisors (IPA), a division of Marcus & Millichap, announces the sale of Escape, a 244-unit luxury apartment complex in Phoenix. The $58.35 million sales price equates to $ $239,139 per unit.

“Neighboring the bustling Biltmore financial district, Escape offers outstanding walkability to upscale shopping and boutique eateries,” says Steve Gebing, senior managing director, IPA. “The community fulfills the needs of well-educated, high-income professionals who want to work and socialize within a five-to-10-minute commute of home.”

Gebing and Cliff David, senior managing director, IPA, represented the seller, P.B. Bell, and procured the buyer, Weidner Apartment Homes.

“P.B. Bell is one of Arizona’s most renowned and celebrated developers,” notes Gebing.

Built in 2016 on more than five acres, Escape is located at 4700 North 16th St. Downtown Phoenix, the Camelback Corridor, and the Central Avenue Office Corridor are within a five-mile radius. The Shops at Town & Country and Camelback Colonnade, two shopping hubs with a combined total of more than 1 million square feet of neighborhood retail and dining, are within walking distance. The property features many deluxe amenities, including a resident lounge with billiard tables and views of Camelback Mountain.

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With a network of senior-level investment advisors located throughout the United States, Institutional Property Advisors (IPA) is qualified to meet the needs of institutional and major private investors. IPA’s combination of real estate investment and capital markets expertise, industry-leading technology, superior support services and acclaimed research offer customized solutions for the acquisition and disposition of institutional properties and portfolios.