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OG Southside sold the property to [[Gladstone Equity Partners]], headed by [[David Creasy|David]] and [[Bradley Creasy]] for $985,000 in [[2019]]. They plan a general renovation of the interior and exterior.
 
OG Southside sold the property to [[Gladstone Equity Partners]], headed by [[David Creasy|David]] and [[Bradley Creasy]] for $985,000 in [[2019]]. They plan a general renovation of the interior and exterior.
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* Van der Bijl, Hanno (August 15, 2019) "Local investor buys Southside multifamily property." {{BBJ}}
  
 
[[Category:Southside apartments]]
 
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Latest revision as of 14:42, 15 August 2019

Cliffview Apartments is a 14-unit apartment building at 3401 Cliff Road in Birmingham's Highland Park neighborhood, near the Highland Park Golf Course. The two-story, 9,268 square-foot building was constructed on a 1/2-acre lot in 1967.

In March 2011 a 53-year-old man was shot to death at his brother-in-laws home in the Cliffview Apartments. The brother-in-law, Eric Scott Thomas, was convicted of murder and sentenced to 25 years in prison.

In early 2017 TC Limited sold the property to Coosa Investments LLC for $1.8 million. OG Southside LLC, an affiliate of Berkadia, paid $2.3 million to acquire Cliffview Apartments in December of the same year.

OG Southside sold the property to Gladstone Equity Partners, headed by David and Bradley Creasy for $985,000 in 2019. They plan a general renovation of the interior and exterior.

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