Bluestone Properties Completes Acquisition of 274-Unit The Ivy Condominium Group in Excessive-Development Market of Louisville, Kentucky

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Bluestone Properties Completes Acquisition of 274-Unit The Ivy Apartment Community in High-Growth Market of Louisville, Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, KY – Bluestone Properties is a vertically integrated private real estate company that owns and manages stabilized high quality multi-family properties in high growth secondary markets. The company's latest acquisition is a 274-unit property called The Ivy in Louisville, KY.

The Ivy is strategically located off Interstate 71 and Highway 265 with easy access to Gene Snyder in the heart of the East End Louisville Education Corridor. The community offers residents a variety of health and educational opportunities, plus proximity to EP Tom Sawyer State Park, Eastgate Shopping Center, Lakeforest Country Club, and Ford Motor, making The Ivy one of the most sought-after locations in Louisville.

The Ivy is an upscale, mid-range community with open floor plans that include high quality interiors. Kitchen elements include quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, and pendant lights. The property offers the residents a wide range of amenities. These amenities include a golf simulator, a racing car simulator, a state-of-the-art communal kitchen with coffee bar, pool table, and entertainment room, plus a resort-style pool and private cabanas. One of the many unique features of this community is the private office space available to residents.

Cassandra Murphy, Regional Vice President, said, "We are delighted to add The Ivy Apartment Homes to Bluestone's established portfolio of luxury apartment buildings. The Ivy is in a prime location with exceptional amenities and unique floor plans with sleek, high-end finishes. We are excited look forward to relentless customer service to ensure it is the first choice for the Louisville East End tenant. "

Source: Bluestone properties

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