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ECI Group has closed a $625-million refinance of a 13-asset portfolio of multifamily assets through Goldman Sachs Bank USA.

ECI Group Refinances Multifamily Portfolio with $625M from Goldman Sachs

Atlanta, GA-based ECI Group has closed a $625-million refinance of a 13-asset portfolio of multifamily assets through Goldman Sachs Bank USA.

Ted Flagg, Roberto Casas, Chip Sykes, Elliott Throne and Anderson Granger of Jones Lang LaSalle Securities, LLC, served in an advisory role to ECI Group.

The 13-asset portfolio includes properties in FL, GA, TN and TX and totals 3,478 apartment units. The assets were built between 1979 and 2021 and are a mix of newly built Class A and upgrade-ready Class B communities. ECI Group notes that economic and demographic tailwinds in the portfolio’s markets are supporting the portfolio’s average occupancy of 96.6%.

“Maintaining and reinvesting in our existing assets is a high priority for us and this capital will be deployed immediately to renovate six properties,” said ECI Group CEO Seth Greenberg. “Additionally, with our stated goal of completing four ground-up development properties each year, we will invest in other strategies that scale and support long-term growth.”

Photo: Columns at Bear Creek in New Port Richey, FL courtesy ECI Group

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