Polinger Development Pays $228M for Resi Property Near Amazon HQ in Va. [Updated]

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Polinger Development has partnered with “an unidentified institutional investor” to purchase a 534-unit residential property called Meridian at Pentagon City in Arlington, Va., for $228 million, according a release from HFF.

MetLife provided a $126.9 million five-year, fixed-rate loan to Chevy Chase, Md.-based Polinger to facilitate the purchase of the property. MetLife associate director Derrick Smith originated the loan, closing the deal on May 1.

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HFF’s Walter CokerBrian CrivellaStephen Conley and Matthew Lawton worked on behalf of the sellers—Arlington, Va.-based developer Paradigm and UBS Asset Management Real Estate & Private Markets—and also arranged the acquisition debt from MetLife.

Meridian at Pentagon City—to be called Aura Pentagon City—is a two-tower, high-rise property located at 1221 and 1331 South Eads Street, next to Amazon’s forthcoming 4.1 million-square-foot headquarters.

Currently 95 percent leased, the property offers a mix of studio units, one-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom residences averaging 846 square feet, according to the release. It also has two rooftop pools, two outside terraces, a clubroom and a fitness facility, among other amenities.

The asset is located two blocks from the Pentagon City Metro station and sits across the street from a Whole Foods.

With additional reporting by Mack Burke.

This story was updated to include additional financing terms and details from MetLife.