ROSELAND, NJ – Invesco Real Estate Income Trust, an institutionally managed, public non-listed REIT, announced it acquired a majority interest in Everly Roseland, a 384,648 square foot, 360-unit garden-style multifamily community across 30 two-story buildings, following a partial sale to an affiliate. The property is located at 28 Nob Hill Road in Roseland, New Jersey and it is 95% leased. This acquisition is part of a joint venture with Skylight Real Estate Partners, a regional, privately-held real estate investment firm with a focus on multifamily investment and development.
“With the future of work changing traditional office commutes, we continue to see strong demand for affordable, low-density multifamily properties proximate to the urban core. Additionally, Roseland is a desirable community with fairly high barriers to new development and it aligns with our investment strategy for multifamily,” said R. Scott Dennis, President and Chief Executive Officer for INREIT.
Built in 1980, Everly Roseland is one of the largest multifamily assets in West Essex County submarket. An affiliate of Skylight owned the property in a joint venture since 2017. Through the recapitalization of the asset, Invesco and Skylight will continue executing on the unit renovation program, including upgrades to the common areas and exteriors. Skylight will also serve as the property manager for Everly Roseland.
“Everly Roseland is a well-performing property with a multitude of value creation strategies to unlock,” said Andrew Miller, Founding Partner at Skylight Real Estate Partners. “We started unit renovations and the construction of an amenities center, which has helped to modernize the building. We share the same vision as our partners at Invesco in continuing to transform Everly Roseland back to its premier status.”
This investment expands INREIT’s multifamily portfolio into the Northeastern United States. The transaction also establishes a relationship with new partner, Skylight. This transaction was advised by JLL Capital Markets debt advisory team and financed by U.S. Bank. The JLL Capital Markets debt advisory team was led by Michael Klein, Matthew Pizzolato, John Rose and Gerard Quinn.