The built in demand drivers that exist are consistent with our real estate investment thesis. We are excited about our first acquisition in Athens and to add this deal to our portfolio.
Leesburg, VA (PRWEB) April 07, 2014
Militello Capital, in conjunction with QRM Capital, has acquired Woodsong Village, a 164-bed student housing community located near the University of Georgia (UGA) in Athens, Georgia. The community was built in 2001 and consists of 46 detached three and four-bedroom cottage-style units. Woodsong Village is on the UGA bus route, approximately 1.5 miles away from campus, offering a quaint neighborhood setting and walk-able access to shopping and dining.
”The Athens community--anchored by UGA--has been on our radar for some time,” says Matt Brady, Co-Founder and COO of Militello Capital. He continues, “The built in demand drivers that exist are consistent with our real estate investment thesis. We are excited about our first acquisition in Athens and to add this deal to our portfolio.”
Militello Capital is a Northern Virginia-based private equity investment manager. We've moved beyond Wall Street to a place where ideas matter, people have names and investing is as much about creating opportunity as it is about increasing wealth. Our firm was founded on the principle that true wealth is created in private investments. We offer two distinct alternative investment strategies available exclusively through certified RIAs: income producing commercial real estate and emerging technology venture capital.
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