Lofty deal closes in Church Hill

The complex overlooks Gillies Creek Park. (Marcus & MIllichap)

A Richmond developer has parted ways with one of its East End assets.

Fulton Hill Properties last week sold The Lofty apartment complex at 3618 and 3626 E. Broad St. for $6.6 million, confirmed Jon Ondrak, the real estate company’s chief operating officer.

The transaction, which closed June 14, had not been recorded in the city’s online records as of press time.

Christopher Chadwick, a broker with Marcus & Millichap who worked the sale along with colleagues Dawson Rinder and Marty Mooradian, would not disclose any information about the buyer, other than to say it’s a family from Northern Virginia making its first acquisition in the Richmond market.

Constructed in early 2015, The Lofty houses 33 one- and two-bedroom apartment units in two buildings that sit on separate parcels on a bluff overlooking Gillies Creek Park in the neighborhood east of downtown.

This is the third multifamily development completed by Fulton Hill Properties – run by Margaret Freund that has been sold in the last few years.

Last year, the firm sold off its mixed-use Haxall View property at 2101 E. Main St. in Shockoe Bottom for $10.5 million. In 2014, it sold off Lava Lofts in the former Chimborazo School at 310 N. 33rd St., for $8.3 million.

Fulton Hill Properties will continue to manage The Lofty, Ondrak said.

The complex overlooks Gillies Creek Park. (Marcus & MIllichap)

A Richmond developer has parted ways with one of its East End assets.

Fulton Hill Properties last week sold The Lofty apartment complex at 3618 and 3626 E. Broad St. for $6.6 million, confirmed Jon Ondrak, the real estate company’s chief operating officer.

The transaction, which closed June 14, had not been recorded in the city’s online records as of press time.

Christopher Chadwick, a broker with Marcus & Millichap who worked the sale along with colleagues Dawson Rinder and Marty Mooradian, would not disclose any information about the buyer, other than to say it’s a family from Northern Virginia making its first acquisition in the Richmond market.

Constructed in early 2015, The Lofty houses 33 one- and two-bedroom apartment units in two buildings that sit on separate parcels on a bluff overlooking Gillies Creek Park in the neighborhood east of downtown.

This is the third multifamily development completed by Fulton Hill Properties – run by Margaret Freund that has been sold in the last few years.

Last year, the firm sold off its mixed-use Haxall View property at 2101 E. Main St. in Shockoe Bottom for $10.5 million. In 2014, it sold off Lava Lofts in the former Chimborazo School at 310 N. 33rd St., for $8.3 million.

Fulton Hill Properties will continue to manage The Lofty, Ondrak said.

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Biff Leonard
Biff Leonard
4 years ago

Actually the addresses are 3611 E Marshall St & 3626 E Broad St

Garry Marshall
Garry Marshall
4 years ago

Smart move, given the potential for low income apartments looming on the site border.