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NKF Lists East Texas Apartments with Limited Competition

NKF’s Houston-based Brandon Miller and Brad Shaffer are marketing Town Square, a 24-unit Class A apartment property in the East Texas city of Center. The property at 409 Nacogdoches St. includes 8,400 square feet of office space available for purchase with the apartments.

Built in 2011, the property is one block from downtown Center. It has limited direct competition, with just one other market-rate apartment property in the area, according to a marketing flyer.

Town Square offers a mix of 16 one-bedroom and eight two-bedroom apartments, which are 100% occupied. All units are fully furnished and include washers and dryers, dishwashers, microwaves and internet. There’s also space on the site to potentially develop an additional building.

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