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DSF Group has sold Halstead Station, a luxury apartment property near the New Rochelle, NY train station, for $200 million

DSF Group Exits New Rochelle Multifamily Investment for $200M 

The DSF Group has sold Halstead Station, a 408-unit luxury high-rise apartment building in New Rochelle, NY, for $200 million. Khosla Capital LLC acquired the property in a preferred equity venture with Pacific Urban Investors. 

Built in 2001 and located near the Metro-North train station in New Rochelle, Halstead Station benefits from a prime CBD location while providing access to Midtown Manhattan in under 30 minutes via Grand Central Terminal. A JLL Capital Markets team of Jose Cruz, Steve Simonelli, Michael Oliver, Andrew Scandalios, Kevin O’Hearn, Marion Jones and Josh Stein represented DSF. 

“Demand for New Rochelle multi-housing remains very strong with investors underwriting significant rental upside in the market,” said Cruz. 

Josh Solomon, president of The DSF Group, added, “The sale of Halstead Station represents another successful execution of our value-add strategy and the completion of our second investment in New Riochelle.” 


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