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New York-based CLK Properties has acquired its second Jonesboro, AR apartment property in six months, in a deal arranged by Rosewood Realty

NY Investor Makes Second Jonesboro, AR Acquisition 

CLK Properties, a New York-based owner and manager, has acquired a master planned multifamily community in Jonesboro, AR for an undisclosed price. It marks CLK’s second acquisition in Jonesboro in the past six months. 

The Class B+ property, called Willow Creek and located at 6 Willow Creek Lane was built in 2011 by the seller, Braxton Development, based in Bozeman, MT. The 310,000-square-foot property consists of 10 three-story buildings totaling 324 units. 

Rosewood Realty Group’s Aaron Jungreis and David Wildes represented both the buyer and the seller.  The purchase price represents an in-place 4.5% cap rate. 

“The deal made sense for both parties as Braxton Development had plans to sell the property in the spring of 2022, but were comfortable transacting sooner after being introduced to CLK Properties,” said Jungreis. 

Rosewood also represented both CLK and the seller in the firm’s previous Jonesboro acquisition, The Landing at Greensborough Village.



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