A Southern California real estate firm bought a Las Vegas apartment complex for $15 million.
Alpha Wave Investors announced Tuesday that it acquired the 144-unit Cypress Springs rental complex and that it plans to make around $1.7 million worth of upgrades and improvements.
The complex, at 3651 N. Rancho Drive in the northern Las Vegas Valley, was built in 1994.
The sales price amounts to about $104,170 per unit. Last year, investors paid an average of around $114,000 per unit for Southern Nevada apartment complexes, according to brokerage Colliers International.
Alpha Wave founding partner Jordan Fisher said in a statement that Las Vegas “is experiencing some of the fastest population and job growth in the country, making it an ideal locale for strategic investment.”
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