Campbell Apartments

Marcus & Millichap Sells 24-Unit Campbell Apartments in Camelback Corridor

Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services has announced the sale of Campbell Apartments, a 24-unit apartment community located in the prestigious Biltmore area in Phoenix, Arizona. The asset commanded a sales price of $1,200,000 or $50,000 a unit.
Brian Tranetzki and Rich Butler, multifamily investment specialists in Marcus & Millichap’s Phoenix office, had the exclusive listing assignment to market the property and negotiated the transaction on behalf of the seller, a private individual from Southern California, and the buyer, a private capital investor out of Scottsdale, Ariz.
“Situated in one of the most prominent locations in the metro area, Campbell Apartments was acquired by the buyer due to its significant upside potential through the repositioning of the asset. Ultimately the buyer plans to leverage its vintage and urban midcentury architecture to appeal to the extensive rental pool of young professionals located throughout the Biltmore area, the epicenter of the city’s Financial District,” says Tranetzki.
Campbell Apartments is located on Campbell Avenue, just east of 24th Street and one-half mile south of Camelback Road in the picturesque Camelback Corridor, home to the city’s premier upscale shopping and dining destinations in the Biltmore Fashion Park, Camelback Colonnade and The Shops at Town & Country.
“Over the past 20 years, the Camelback Corridor has developed into one of the region’s premier urban centers, serving as Phoenix’s most well-known and desirable high-end office destination with more than 9 million square feet of multitenant office space. Notable area employers include Northwestern Mutual, Merrill Lynch, Northern Trust Bank, UBS, Alliance Residential Company and Fennemore Craig,” adds Butler.

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