Legacy Partners’ Guy Hays and Multifamily Trends

Though the multifamily sector has softened in 2016, it still represents a strong investment for many buyers and owners. Connect Media’s Daniella Soloway talked with Guy K. Hays, president of Legacy Partners in Foster City, CA about the apartment market’s strength and industry trends. Q: What are the opportunities you see ahead for the multifamily sector for the balance of … Read More

Legacy opens Bowman on Stone Way North

  Legacy Partners has opened Bowman, a five-story, 278-unit apartment building at 3801 Stone Way N. in North Seattle. Legacy purchased the five-parcel site for $12.3 million in 2013. Bowman was designed by Rutledge Maul Architects and constructed by BNBuilders. Residents “will enjoy the benefits of all the retail and restaurants of both the Wallingford neighborhood and nearby Fremont,” said … Read More

Apartment complex planned near Monrovia station

A 261-unit multifamily development has been proposed for a site adjacent to the new light rail station in Monrovia at 228 West Pomona Avenue. Legacy Partners, a privately-owned national firm, announced it closed on a 2.8-acre ground lease for the site of the project, which is called MODA at Monrovia Station. Legacy’s partners in the joint venture include Griffin Capital and … Read More

Multifamily residential development to rise at Monrovia Station

Legacy Partners, a privately-owned national real estate firm, has announced the closing of a ground lease for a 2.81-acre property in Monrovia, adjacent to the city’s new light rail station.  The San Francisco-based company is partnering with Griffin Capital and Silverpeak Real Estate Partners to develop MODA at Monrovia Station, a 261-unit multifamily residential development. The project, which … Read More

7-story high-end apartment complex breaks ground in Costa Mesa

City and business officials gathered in Costa Mesa’s South Coast Metro district Thursday morning to break ground on 580 Anton, a new seven-story apartment complex. The 250-unit development’s name comes from its street address, 580 Anton Blvd. It will replace the Lakes Pavilions, a retail and dining center. Demolition of the roughly 24,000-square-foot center, built in 1990, began earlier this month. Read More

322-unit luxury apartment project to replace downtown Denver parking lot

A 322-unit apartment complex loaded with amenities like a dog spa and personal wine lockers could start construction on the edge of the Golden Triangle neighborhood by August, developers said Tuesday. The proposed seven-story Legacy on Speer will target affluent urban dwellers and could be the first in more downtown projects by Legacy Partners, which has developed and managed apartment … Read More

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