Shareholders Behind Wilson Park Apartments Purchase

Shareholders Behind Wilson Park Apartments Purchase
Wilson Park Apartments in Fayetteville sold for $1.3 million.

Wilson Park Apartments in Fayetteville bought for $1.3 million last month with shares sold at $26,000 apiece.
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Group May Grant Serenity Park New Life

Serenity Park, originally Serenity House, went into foreclosure last year, seven years after the death of its pioneering founder, Joe McQuany.
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