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Daniel Management Group's DMG Capital affiliate has acquired a rental townhome community in Orland Park, IL

DMG Capital Adds Rental Townhomes in Orland Park

DMG Capital, the multifamily investment affiliate of Chicago-based Daniel Management Group (DMG), acquired Alice Mae Court, a multifamily townhome portfolio in Orland Park, IL, for $5.36 million. Alice Mae Court will be marketed by affiliate DMG Leasing and managed by DMG.  

“This acquisition allows us to strategically add rental townhomes to DMG Capital’s multifamily portfolio while at the same time maintaining our disciplined investment focus of pursuing properties that are well-located with strong revenue growth potential,” said Roger Daniel, president and co-founder, DMG Capital.  

“Alice Mae Court is an optimal opportunity as it is new, high-end construction that is well-located in highly desirable Orland Park directly across from Centennial Park and just steps from the 153rd Street Metra Station,” he continued. 

The property includes 16 townhomes with a mix of large three- and four-bedroom units featuring high-end finishes throughout, in-unit laundry, private balconies and attached two-car heated garage parking spaces.   


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