GlobeSt: Press at Midtown Quarter is Largest Single-Asset Market-Rate Multifamily Trade

SACRAMENTO—The Press at Midtown Quarter is a 277-unit class-A multifamily property located in Midtown. Its recent sale at $118 million marks the largest single-asset market-rate apartment trade in Sacramento history in terms of deal size.

CBRE’s Marc Ross brokered the sale between the seller, DeBartolo Development from Tampa, FL, and its local partner SKK Developments, and the San Rafael buyer, Oakmont Properties. Andrew Behrens with CBRE’s debt and structured finance group arranged the financing.

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Sac Biz Journal: SKK Plans 7-story Project in Midtown

With a new project, SKK Developments is returning to a Midtown Sacramento intersection near two other projects by the firm from over a decade ago.

On the southwest corner of 18th Street and Kayak Alley, SKK has proposed a seven-story project of apartments, retail, and office space on a .14-acre parcel.

Developer Sotiris Kolokotronis of SKK said he knows the neighborhood as well as the site, which has an address of 1116 18th St.

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Inside Sac: A View for Rooms – Developer Rebounds with Focus on City Core

The Tsakopoulos name is prominent on some admired Downtown landmarks, with good reason. A gift from Angelo Tsakopoulos in his wife’s honor closed a financing gap at The Sofia B Street Theatre complex on Capitol Avenue. Not far away, he helped fund the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria on I Street.

But another member of the family, Angelo’s nephew Sotiris Kolokotronis, who freely admits he moved from his native Greece to Sacramento because the California capital seemed like a good place to make money, has had more to do with shaping Downtown’s renaissance than just about anyone.

For the irrepressibly upbeat and optimistic Kolokotronis—he took a hard fall in the last recession when the market wasn’t as enthusiastic as he was—his recent success is as sweet as a slice of baklava.

“You never know how things come together,” the 60-year-old developer said during a recent interview at a Midtown restaurant.

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