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Northmarq's St. Louis investment sales team arranged the $70-million sale of Bold on Blvd, a newly completed multifamily property in St. Peters, MO

Northmarq Brokers Deal for St. Louis Luxury Apartments

Northmarq managing director Parker Stewart, VP Dominic Martinez and associate VP Alex Malzone arranged the $70-million sale of Bold on Blvd in suburban St. Louis. The 272-unit class A multifamily property, located at 1100 St. Peters Centre Blvd. in St. Peters, MO, was completed this past spring. It was approximately 80% occupied at the time of sale. 

A St. Louis-based Northmarq investment sales team represented the seller, TWG Development. The buyer was a private New Jersey-based firm. Northmarq’s debt/equity team, led by David Garfinkel, managing director, arranged financing. 

“Given its rapid growth and exceptional fundamentals, St. Charles County has become one of the most desirable pockets to invest in across the St. Louis metro area,” said Stewart. “Despite having to navigate through a challenging financing environment, especially for pre-stabilized assets, our out-of-state buyer was extremely bullish on the leasing momentum and organic growth potential this asset offers for years ahead.” 


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Northmarq's Stewart

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