Crain’s Chicago Business: Kenwood Apartment Buildings Fetch $26 Million

Lucas Fryman
Sam Gutierrez
Ted Stratman
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Lucas Fryman
Sam Gutierrez
Ted Stratman

Chicago, IL – After buying six Kenwood apartment buildings in the depths of the pandemic, a New York investor group has cashed out for about $26 million, pocketing a hefty gain in the process.

An affiliate of Raskin Risers has sold the 204-unit portfolio in the South Side neighborhood to a venture led by Chicago-based Atlas Asset Management, part of a broader plan to exit the Chicago apartment market. Financed with low-income housing tax credits and other government subsidies, the buildings offer below-market rents to low-income tenants.

Atlas bought the portfolio on behalf of institutional investor that Pezzola declined to identify. Ted Stratman and Lucas Fryman, managing partners at Chicago-based Interra Realty, brokered the sale.

Read the full article: Crain’s Business Chicago

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