Modest 1960s-Era Apartment Complexes in Oak Cliff Sell for Millions
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Yet another outsider's moving into Oak Cliff: About three months after Boston investors took over the Wedgewood Towers with an eye toward a hipster redo, unnamed Vancouver investors have bought a chunk of apartment complexes more or less situated between the Trinity River Greenbelt Park, Lake Cliff Park, the Bishop Arts District and Marsalis Park. Notes Connie Gore on GlobeSt.com, the total package consists of 136 units sitting on about three acres' worth of property, some in and all at least near the Oak Cliff Gateway Tax Increment Financing District, that went for around $4.2 million in just 23 days. --Robert Wilonsky
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