Connect Midwest: Multifamily Adaptive & Reuse Trends – Chicago June 13

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NCPM Expands South Shore Apartment Holdings

A local apartment investor has greatly expanded its holdings in Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood, paying $22 million for two properties close to the Obama Presidential Center, the Chicago Tribune reported. 

New City Property Management (NCPM) bought Shorewind Apartments, a 16-story building at 7000 S. South Shore Dr. on the lakefront, along with a smaller building one block west at 6951 S. Oglesby Ave., from San Francisco-based Belveron Partners. 

The two buildings together have 250 units, according to a spokesperson for Belveron. The price tag is significantly more than the $16.8 million that Belveron, one of the nation’s largest owners of affordable housing, paid for the 1920s-era buildings four years ago

James Oppenheimer, NCPM’s founder and CEO, told the Tribune that as a local firm it’s committed to holding these properties for years, will provide needed investment and will do so without displacing tenants, many of whom get rental subsidies.

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