Interra Realty brokers $1.55 million sale of 10-unit multifamily building in Chicago’s Avondale Neighborhood

Interra Realty brokered the $1.55 million sale of 3501 N. Albany Ave., a 10-unit property in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood.

Interra Realty, a Chicago-based commercial real estate investment services firm, today announced it has brokered the sale of 3501 N. Albany Ave., a three-story, 10-unit building in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood. The asset sold for $1.55 million, or $155,000 per unit, as part of a 1031 exchange.

“Avondale is in high demand these days thanks in part to its accessibility and relative affordability,” said Interra Senior Managing Partner Joe Smazal, who represented the seller, a private local investor. “Renters who are priced out of neighborhoods like Lakeview and Roscoe Village are finding value by going a little farther west. This migration, along with expanded restaurant and nightlife offerings, has put Avondale on the radar of investors who don’t already have holdings in the neighborhood.”

Harrison Pinkus, an associate at Interra, represented the private buyer of the property. Built in 1927, it consists of three one-bedroom and seven two-bedroom units, all of which were occupied at closing. The buyer plans to update unit interiors.

3501 N. Albany offers proximity to the CTA Blue Line, Metra’s Union Pacific Northwest and Milwaukee District North lines, several bus routes, and the Kennedy Expressway. It is also close to retail and restaurants along Addison Street and Elston Avenue.

About Interra Realty

Founded in 2010, Interra Realty is a Chicago-based commercial real-estate investment services firm that delivers integrated, tailored solutions through its boutique, client-focused approach and team of experienced professionals. Since its inception, the firm has closed thousands of transactions valued in excess of $1 billion spanning the multifamily, office and retail sectors, as well as loan sales. Interra’s clients range from private investors and high-net-worth individuals to large financial institutions, private equity groups and hedge funds.