Thursday, October 6, 2022

Bonaventure Purchases Two Apartment Complexes In Hampton Roads

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Bonaventure, an Alexandria-based company that focuses on the development, construction, and property management of multifamily communities, recently announced it bought two separate apartment complexes in the Hampton Roads region.

On September 16, it was announced that Bonaventure acquired properties in Hampton as well as in Virginia Beach.

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