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Pantzer Grows Philly Holdings with Toll Brothers Project

Pantzer Properties has acquired Toll Brothers’ recently developed Riverworks apartment complex in Phoenixville, PA for $77.8 million, the Philadelphia Business Journal reported. The 349-unit complex was completed in 2016.

Riverworks was one of the biggest apartment projects to get underway in Phoenixville in recent years, according to the Business Journal. The six-building complex at 45 N. Main St. sits on 30 acres that had been part of the long-closed Phoenix Steel Co., and is within walking distance of Phoenixville’s restaurants and retail.

New York City-based Pantzer now owns eight Philadelphia-area multifamily properties, including three in Philadelphia itself: the Sansom, the Point at Rittenhouse Row, and the Point at City Line.

The majority of Pantzer’s apartment buys have been rebranded post-acquisition with its Point flag. Riverworks is now listed on the Pantzer website as the Point at Phoenixville.

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