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Marcus & Millichap Closes Deal for Twin Cities Apartments

Marcus & Millichap arranged the sale of Sibley Cove, an 81-unit apartment property located in Maplewood, MN, within the Twin Cities metro area. The asset sold for $10,900,000.

Chris Collins, Evan Miller, and Seth I. Barnett, in Marcus & Millichap’s Minneapolis and Detroit 2 office, marketed the property on behalf of the seller, a limited liability company.  The buyer, also an LLC, was secured and represented by the listing agents as well. Jon Ruzicka, Minnesota broker of record, assisted in the transaction.

“Sibley Cove received multiple offers from groups across the Upper Midwest, and ultimately went to a local Twin Cities investor,” said Collins. “The seller plans to continue developing and preserving much needed affordable housing in Minnesota.”

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