Eagle Property Capital and Belay Investment Group announce disposition of Dallas-Fort Worth multifamily asset

Eagle Property Capital and Belay Investment Group close on the sale of Woodchase & Clarendon, an 18-structure, 266-unit community which they acquired in 2016

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Woodchase & Clarendon
Eagle Property Capital announced the disposition of Woodchase & Clarendon, a 266-unit apartment community in Irving, northwest of Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas.

Eagle Property Capital Investments, LLC (EPC), a vertically integrated real estate investment manager focused on the value-add multifamily space, announced the disposition of Woodchase & Clarendon, a 266-unit apartment community located in Irving, northwest of Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. EPC Multifamily Partners III, LLC (Fund III), a private investment vehicle raised and managed by EPC, acquired the asset in partnership with Belay Investment Group (Belay) in June 2016. It sold for an undisclosed price to Lion Real Estate Group.

“The repositioning strategy that we implemented had a direct and positive impact on the property’s profitability, which allowed us to realize a significant capital gain on the investment through its disposition,” said Gerardo Mahuad, Managing Principal at Eagle Property Capital. “Although current market conditions pose challenges, the disposition of this asset demonstrates the success and effectiveness of our value-add strategy and capital improvement program. We will continue to execute on our long-term investment strategy by identifying attractive value add investments.”

“We are excited to have seen another investment through to fruition via our partnership with EPC and pleased not only to have achieved results exceeding the business plan, but to have played a role in contributing to the supply of quality attainable housing in the Dallas-Fort Worth Market” said Eliza Bailey, Managing Principal, CEO & CIO of Belay Investment Group.

Woodchase & Clarendon, located at 4050 & 3800 N. Beltline Rd. in Irving, was built between 1977 and 1983. EPC’s renovation strategy included upgrading the apartment interiors, existent common areas and amenities, adding new amenities and services as well as employing water and energy conservation programs.

EPC owns 15 multifamily properties in the Dallas-Fort Worth market and remains an active investment and owner-operator in the region.