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Quail Run Apartments in Zionsville changes hands

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The 166-unit Quail Run Apartments in Zionsville has been purchased by Richmond, Va.-based McCann Realty Partners LLC.

The acquisition, completed June 20, was financed by Bethesda, Md.-based Beech Street Capital LLC, which provided a $9.25 million Fannie Mae loan to McCann Realty. The actual purchase price was undisclosed.

McCann Realty also owns the 348-unit Northlake Village complex in Noblesville and the 267-unit Mission Hills Village complex in Greenwood.

Built in 1972, Quail Run will be managed by Indianapolis-based Buckingham Management LLC, a division of Buckingham Cos.

Quail Run Apartments features one- to four-bedroom units, a swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, clubhouse, covered parking and a playground. Rents range from $640 to $1,600 per month.

McCann said it plans to upgrade the property within the next three years by adding new amenities and redecorating interiors.

Founded in 2004, McCann owns 17 apartment complexes totaling 4,000 units and valued at about $300 million. It also has developed two rental properties in Texas and has another two under construction there.  

The sale of Quail Run marks the second time the apartment complex has changed ownership in the past two years.

In October 2009, Los Angeles-based hedge fund QVT Mount Auburn Capital bought Quail Run from Denver-based Apartment Investment & Management Co.

 

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  • Don't rent here!
    New management is terrible! As soon as current renters leases were up a large increase was made to the new lease. One family was told it would be $110 dollars a month more and had to move out. Multiple other families are moving out for the same reason. Lies were told that the new exercise room would be free, then we would get a refundable deposit now no refund is offered. The new owners do not care about the tenants they just care about making money. The previous owners and staff were really wonderful and are greatly missed in the complex. Beware! Watch out for lies from new management.
  • High-priced dump
    We looked at the complex a couple of years ago. Summary: Overpriced and decrepit. Seemed dated, in overall poor structural condition, and the fact that it's changed hands a couple of times indicates that it's an investment hot potato.
  • Quail Run
    Not only did it get bought out. Now all of a sudden, there are all new employees running the place here. We miss the main lady!

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