Chicago-based investor acquires Fort Lauderdale community

  • Chicago-based real estate investor Waterton announced November 18 that it acquired Port Royale in Fort Lauderdale
  • Waterton owns seven communities in the region comprising more than 3,100 units
  • The location was a desirable one for investors due to the close proximity of two major economic hubs in South Florida

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Chicago-based real estate investor Waterton announced November 18 that it acquired Port Royale in Fort Lauderdale, which is one of three rental communities along the Intracoastal Waterway. The apartment community features 553 garden-style units with access to a plethora of amenities and entertainment options.