Brooklyn, New York – Bed Stuy – Exit October 2016

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Project Description

Real estate project for investment in Brooklyn New York - Bed Stuy

Acquisition of a building and construction of two buildings with 20 apartments and three stores to be resold. Located in the highly desirable Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood, the buildings are being constructed according to current architectural and design trends, with a high building standards and high-end finishes including zones and common areas with amenities for resident use.

1188 – 1192 Bedford Avenue, New York, USA

Year launched

2012

Expected duration

24 Months

Actual duration

50 Months

Exit*

18.00%

Property investments are illiquid, and past performance is no indication of future success

About the neighborhood

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Bedford Stuyvesant is a neighborhood in New York City undergoing a lively cultural revival due to an increased migration of youth and students. The neighborhood is known for its green areas and combination of historic and modern buildings.

About the sponsor

Upreal Investments, Ltd. Specializes in planning projects and investments in the US real estate market. The company maintains a team of experts with vast experience in international investments, and each project recruits a team of local experts with knowledge regarding the relevant market.

The opportunity

Real estate project for investment in Brooklyn New York - Bed Stuy

Acquisition of a building and construction of two buildings with 20 apartments and three stores to be resold. Located in the highly desirable Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood, the buildings are being constructed according to current architectural and design trends, with a high building standards and high-end finishes including zones and common areas with amenities for resident use.

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