Note: This story has been revised from its original version.
Two weeks after picking up an apartment complex in Chester, a California-based firm has unloaded a larger property in Midlothian.
An entity tied to Fairfield Residential on Wednesday sold the 296-unit Belvedere Apartments at 11900 Bellaverde Circle for $67.35 million. The 22-acre property, off Robious Road just south of Huguenot Road, was most recently assessed by Chesterfield County at about $45 million.
The sale price amounts to $227,500 per door. The selling entity, AERC Belvedere LLC, had owned Belvedere since 2008, when it purchased it for $43.2 million, county records show. Fairfield’s San Diego address is listed as the LLC’s principal office in filings with the State Corporation Commission.
The deal came days after Fairfield purchased the Broadwater Townhomes in Chester for $37 million. The 151-unit complex is now Fairfield’s sole property in the region, according to its website.
The buyer in the Belvedere deal is NorthRock Cos., a Utah-based company tied to property management and development firm Rockworth Cos. NorthRock’s website lists Belvedere as being in its portfolio, as well as, confusingly, another complex in Chesterfield: the 300-unit River Forest Apartments in Chester.
County property records, however, list River Forest’s owner as AERC River Forest LLC, another entity tied to Fairfield. Chesterfield County’s real estate assessment office confirmed that, as of Friday, River Forest remained under the ownership of the same LLC, which was used to acquire the property in 2009.
Attempts to reach Fairfield and NorthRock were unsuccessful Friday.
Berkadia’s Drew White and Carter Wood brokered the Belvedere deal, with Berkadia also handling financing. An announcement released Monday said it also handled the sale of River Forest and a complex in Norfolk, The Alexander at Ghent. A sale price and buyer for those deals were not specified.
Fairfield also previously owned another Chesterfield complex, the 266-unit Courthouse Green in Chester, which it sold in 2017 for $25.3 million to Maryland-based RailField Realty Partners. Last month, RailField sold Courthouse Green for $33.75 million to a joint venture between Henrico-based McCann Realty Partners and Philadelphia-based LEM Capital.