“The property is the first active, older adult multifamily community in Herriman,” said Daniel Shin, IPA senior managing director. Shin and IPA’s Brock Zylstra, Steve Gebing, Cliff David and Hamid Panahi procured the buyer, Ridan Inc. The seller was Buchanan Street Partners. Justin Forman is Marcus & Millichap’s broker of record in Utah. “The Salt Lake City area continues to be one of the more affordable multifamily markets in the nation and renter demand remains strong,” said Zylstra.
Located 32 miles from Salt Lake City, Herriman is a largely suburban community bordered by Camp W. G. Williams, a Utah National Guard training center, and surrounded by opportunities for outdoor recreation, including Conservation Garden Park and Yellow Fork Canyon. Incline at Anthem is a short distance from Salt Lake Community College, University of Phoenix, and Westminster College.
“As the older adult population expands, driven by the baby boomer generation and longer life expectancies, demand for 55-plus living communities will increase over the long term,” noted Gebing.
Completed in 2018 on eight acres, apartments at Incline at Anthem have open concept living areas, vaulted ceilings, wood-style flooring, plush carpeting and washers and dryers. Amenities include a resort-inspired pool and spa, yoga, cycle and cross fit studio, lounge with billiards and shuffleboard, business center and conference room.