Fore Property announces sale of Rivage Residential Community in Portland metro area

Multifamily development constructed and stabilized under Fore’s ownership

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Fore Property (Fore), one of the country’s top 20 largest multifamily developers, today announced the sale of Rivage, a 260-unit apartment community in Portland, Oregon, to Magnolia Capital.

Rivage was stabilized at the time of sale.

The podium-style waterfront apartment complex is located at 2220 NW Front Avenue, immediately adjacent to Portland’s highly desirable Pearl District and Slabtown neighborhoods. Boasting a best-in-class amenity package, including a rooftop deck overlooking the Willamette River, Rivage features a mix of spacious studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments outfitted with high-end finishes and features. The upscale community also provides its residents with easy access to mass transit, expanding employment opportunities, and highly rated schools.

“Recognizing the vast potential for multifamily development, we’ve been active in the Portland metro area for several years. By adhering to our core values and executing with precision, we were able to provide a high-quality, stabilized rental community to the region that meets the everyday needs of its residents and offers contemporary conveniences in a prime waterfront location,” said Fore Property Vice President Lee Novak. “This transaction demonstrates the success of Fore’s regionally tailored investment strategy and the quality of our approach and product, which enables us to consistently generate excellent returns for our investors.”

In 2017, Fore Property and funds from Carlyle Realty Partners VII, a fund sponsored by global investment firm The Carlyle Group, provided equity capital and PNC Bank provided financing to develop the North Pearl District apartment community.

In addition to the sale of Rivage, Fore recently announced the opening of three new apartment communities in the Portland metro area: Revere, a 211-apartment community located in the historic Mississippi Neighborhood; Northpointe Apartments, a 158-unit community in Portland’s Overlook Neighborhood; and Hearth, a 179-unit community located in Vancouver, Washington.