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Newly Built West Roxbury Apartments Fetch $42M

Law firm Nixon Peabody represented EA Fish Development and its partner Luzern Associates LLC in the sale of the Oak Row Apartments in Boston’s West Roxbury neighborhood. EAFD West Roxbury LLC sold the newly built multifamily property to ND Oak Row LLC for approximately $41,761,800.

The Oak Row Apartments, located at 1235 VFW Parkway, was constructed by EAFD West Roxbury LLC, and completed during summer 2018. The property contains 80 residential units.

“These are solemn times, but it’s refreshing to see signs of business moving forward,” said Christopher Froeb, co-managing partner of Nixon Peabody’s Boston office. “Our clients had a clear vision for this project from the start, and we’re thrilled to see it come to fruition.”

Froeb, Christina Ricotta and Julie Stande from Nixon Peabody represented EAFD West Roxbury LLC in the acquisition, development, and now the sale of the property.

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