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– Institutional Property Advisors (IPA), a division of Marcus & Millichap (NYSE: MMI), announced Sept. 13 the sale of Monticello Oaks, a three-story, 63-unit apartment complex in Fort Worth.

“Monticello Oaks is a compelling value-add opportunity in the heart of thriving Fort Worth,” said Will Balthrope, IPA executive director. “We knew there was good upside for a buyer in this excellent infill location, and immediately located a buyer eager to step up,” he said.

Balthrope, Drew Kile, IPA senior director, and Joey Tumminello, IPA director, represented the seller, Venterra Realty and procured the buyer, SPI Advisory. No price for the transaction was announced.

“A 100-percent-townhome product surrounded by some of Fort Worth’s best neighborhoods, the property has been able to maintain strong performance even with significant new supply coming online in the Intown Fort Worth market,” said Kile.

Built on more than three acres in 2000, Monticello Oaks is located within Fort Worth’s Cultural District, which is home to the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, and the Kimbell Art Museum. Trinity Trails, West 7th Street and Sundance Square are nearby.

“Monticello Oaks is a one-of-kind product that cannot be replaced in today’s market due to rising construction costs,” said Tumminello. “Each unit has a direct access garage, which makes the property unique in the submarket and provides the new owner with a durable amenity that keeps pace with the ongoing new multifamily construction in the West 7th and Downtown submarkets of Fort Worth.”

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