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BAM Capital acquired a 160-unit garden apartment community in Indianapolis through its BAM Multifamily Growth & Income Fund III

BAM Capital Adds Garden Apartment Complex to Indianapolis Portfolio

BAM Capital, a multifamily syndication company based in Indianapolis, has acquired Gateway Crossing, a 160-unit garden-style apartment complex in Indianapolis, through its BAM Multifamily Growth & Income Fund III: Gateway Crossing. The seller and pricing were not disclosed. 

“Gateway Crossing is extremely well located and offers its residents a diverse set of floor plans along with a comprehensive amenity package,” said CIO Tony Landa. “This purchase is consistent with BAM Capital’s investment thesis of acquiring assets that provide our investors with stable cash flow, appreciation potential, and capital preservation.” 

Built in 2004, the new acquisition will join Autumn Ridge, Hamilton Station, and The Bristol as part of BAM Multifamily Growth & Income Fund III. Autumn Ridge is located in the Des Moines MSA, while Hamilton Station and The Bristol are both located in Indianapolis. 


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