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Palm Coast Thursday, Sep. 9, 2021 1 month ago

Tuscan Reserve Apartments complex in Palm Coast sells for $32.75 million

The 123-unit community is Stoneweg US's first development project.
by: Guest Writer

by: Sharmane Bailey

Associate Director, Stoneweg US

Stoneweg US, an investment firm specializing in multifamily acquisitions and developments, announced the sale of Tuscan Reserve Apartments, the company’s first development project, located at 402 Tuscan Reserve Drive, Palm Coast.

With a sales price of $32.75 million for the 123-unit community, the deal delivered an above-average 146% IRR, and equity multiple of 3.9 to its investors. Having broken ground in March 2020, Tuscan Reserve had an 18-month investment cycle from the project’s inception to disposition.  

“This is an extraordinary win for the Stoneweg US team,” said Brandon Rosser, chief legal officer for Stoneweg US, who oversaw the Tuscan Reserve project.   

Despite pandemic-related challenges, construction, led by Summit Contracting Group never halted, resulting in a January 2021 completion, roughly 100 days earlier than scheduled. The accelerated completion allowed Stoneweg US to focus efforts on an aggressive lease-up strategy, achieving 98% occupancy by April 2021 with monthly unit rental rates approximately $75 above proforma projections.  

The final product at Tuscan Reserve resulted in 123 units with amenities.

The sale was brokered by Nick Meoli and Mike Donaldson, executive managing directors for the Florida Multifamily Investment Sales Team at Cushman and Wakefield on behalf of Stoneweg US.

Earlier this year, the company announced two development deals in St. Petersburg, the company’s corporate headquarters, and the development division intends to continue growing the pipeline with a specific focus on Florida markets poised for growth. Both development projects are expected to kick off in early 2022.

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