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Fort Worth firm acquires three Keller apartment communities in joint venture

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Fort Worth-based Olympus Property and Artemis Real Estate Partners of Chevy Chase, Maryland have acquired three Class A apartment communities with a total of 679 apartment homes in Keller. No price was released for the transaction.

The Stoneleigh Companies originally developed these three properties, which have been rebranded as Olympus Town Center, Olympus Stone Glen, and Olympus Waterford.

“As a former Keller resident, I can truly tell you it’s a phenomenal place to live and these three properties are in prime locations in Keller,” said Anthony Wonderly, principal of Olympus.

Liah Chin, vice president at Artemis, said Keller has a strong rental market.

“Keller is a strong rental market with the portfolio representing some of the best locations and highest quality assets in the submarket. The portfolio is ideally positioned to offer residents seeking top schools, great amenities and proximity to employment centers a variety of options across the three properties,” said Chin.

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