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Rogers Park Rentals Trade for $150K Per Unit

Interra Realty has brokered the off-market sale of a 19-unit multifamily property at 2035 W. Arthur Ave. in West Rogers Park. The property sold for $2.8 million, or nearly $150,000 per unit, a strong price for the Rogers Park submarket.

Brad Feldman, senior managing partner at Interra Realty, represented both the buyer, a private local investor, and the seller, Marc Realty.

“Rogers Park remains attractive to renters and buyers alike because of its relative affordability,” said Feldman. “We’ve seen an uptick in activity in this pocket of West Rogers Park near Devon, as people discover the area’s high-quality, plentiful housing stock.”

Built in 1928, 2035 W. Arthur is a four-story, 20,000-square-foot building with a mix of 16 two-bedroom and three three-bedroom units. The apartments were last renovated in 2012 as part of a gut rehab. The units were fully occupied at the time of sale.

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