Austin, TX (Aug 17, 2022) — Newmark announces the sale of Barton Creek Villas, a 250-unit value-add townhome community in the heart of Austin, Texas’ Hill Country. The asset traded from The Connor Group to a Goldman Sachs Asset Management Real Estate managed investment vehicle. Newmark Vice Chairman Patton Jones and Managing Director Andrew Dickson represented the seller in the transaction. Notably, this is the Newmark team’s third time selling this asset, after prior sales in 2012 and 2016.
Built in 1998, Barton Creek Villas is a unique, low-density, two-story townhome community featuring a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units with a large average unit size of 1,049 square feet. Community amenities include a pool with private cabanas and outdoor grilling station, a clubhouse with coffee bar and WiFi, a fitness center, a dog park with agility course, attached garages and on-site walking trails. The property was 99% occupied at the time of sale.
“Barton Creek Villas presented investors with an outstanding opportunity in the affluent and highly desirable Southwest Austin submarket,” said Jones. “Buyer interest was very strong as investors were intrigued by the high barriers to entry for new development as well as some of the best demographics in the city. Barton Creek Villas will be an excellent addition to Goldman Sachs’ real estate holdings in Austin.”
Situated in the hills of west Austin, Barton Creek Villas is in one of Austin’s most affluent gated neighborhoods, Barton Creek. It is located just six miles west of downtown, in a 4,000-acre green valley that winds along the Barton Creek Greenbelt and provides views of and access to the surrounding Texas Hill Country. Barton Creek offers upscale amenities, including a country club with four golf courses and top-rated public and private schools.
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