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Trumbull Apartments Sell for $82M with Value-Add Component

CBRE closed the $82-million sale of The Royce at Trumbull, a 340-unit Class A multifamily community in Trumbull, CT. The firm’s Jeffrey Dunne, Gene Pride, Jeremy Neuer, Steve Bardsley, David Gavin and Stuart MacKenzie represented the owner, a joint venture between Paredim Partners and LEM Capital, and procured the buyer, Sym Investments, a first-time buyer in Connecticut.
Built in 1998, The Royce at Trumbull has original finishes in 46% of the units providing a value-add opportunity for investors by finishing the apartment upgrades.

“The migration of people moving out of New York City and other urban areas to the suburbs has definitely benefited quality suburban multifamily properties such as The Royce,” said Dunne. “Sym Investments should do well with this asset as they finish off the renovation program.”


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