Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF), on behalf of the owner, is presenting the opportunity for a qualified investor to acquire Chestnut Hill Village and Blossom Row, a transit-oriented, value-add, multi-housing portfolio totaling 821 units in the prestigious Chestnut Hill submarket in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Chestnut Hill Village and Blossom Row, which were bifurcated in 2017, represent institutionally owned and maintained value-add properties in the heart of one the most affluent and historic neighborhoods in the state.
The properties are situated on 45 residential acres broken into three distinct apartment communities. Chestnut Hill Village, built in 1965, contains 564 units spread across 14 three-story elevator buildings. The Manor at Chestnut Hill Village, which is a subsection of the Chestnut Hill Village property, was built in 1971 and contains 140 private-entry apartments spread across nine two-story buildings. Lastly, Blossom Row is a unique townhome community featuring 117 private-entry two-story townhomes, which include fenced-in backyards and finished basements. The properties have access to best-in-class amenities, which are highlighted by a community pool and a recently constructed standalone clubhouse housing a contemporary fitness center. The three communities are strategically situated abutting SEPTA’s Wyndmoor regional rail station and surround Market Square, an ACME-grocery-anchored retail center that is also home to Rite-Aid, Wells Fargo, UPS, Subway and more.
The portfolio can be sold as a portfolio or individually. For more information on this commercial real estate listing or other multifamily properties for sale in and around Philadelphia, please contact Mark Thomson, Jose Cruz, Carl Fiebig, Francis Coyne or Ryan Ade in HFF’s Philadelphia and New Jersey offices. To view HFF’s current real estate investment sales listings, please click here.