Updated: Oct. 28, 2019, 11:30 a.m.: The Luna at Hollywood complex sold for $19.05 million in a bulk condo deal.
Prashkovsky Investments USA bought 150 units of the 192-unit condominium from Eagle Management of Highland Park, Illinois, records show. The property has four buildings, two associations and a master association. The deal breaks down to $127,000 per unit.
Aztec Group, a Miami-based real estate investment and merchant banking firm, arranged the sale of the property, according to a release.
The property was built in 1968 and converted to condominiums in 2007. A majority of the remaining unsold condo inventory was acquired by Luna Capital Partners in 2015 for $12.3 million, records show. The property has operated as rental apartments for the last four years, according to a release.
The buyer also assumes a $10.6 million mortgage by acquiring the property. The Luna at Hollywood is right off Hollywood Boulevard and west of I-95.
Bulk condo deals, also known as fractured deals, allow investors to take ownership in a condo complex by purchasing individual condo units.
A handful of fractured condo deals have closed in South Florida in recent years. About a year ago, New York-based ESG Kullen paid $17.9 million, or about $151,500 per unit, for a bulk condo deal in Boynton Beach.
Axonic Properties, also of New York, picked up 224 units of a 385-unit complex in West Palm Beach for $13.75 million, or about $61,000 per apartment, in 2016.