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Cushman & Wakefield’s arranges $82 million multifamily sale

Cushman & Wakefield has arranged the $82 million sale of Overton Row, a 323-unit apartment community located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Marc Robinson, Jordan McCarley and Watson Bryant of Cushman & Wakefield represented the sellers, CampusWorks Development, Kaplan Residential and an affiliate of global investment firm The Carlyle Group, in the transaction. Lindemann Multifamily Management acquired the property.


January 9, 2019 News

Shulman + Associates designs Lindemann II House for Miami art collector

The eclectic art and design collection of George Lindemann Jr is housed within this modernist villa in Miami Beach, completed by architecture firm Shulman + Associates.

December 19, 2018 News

Haas Brothers create animalistic silverware for George Lindemann Jr

Paw-shaped cutlery pieces appear to be attempting escape from their sculptural base, as part of this design that LA duo the Haas Brothers created for art collector George Lindemann Jr.

October 29, 2018 News

Fort Lauderdale-based BBX Capital and its partners sell Orlando rentals for $63.7M

Lindemann Multifamily Management paid $218,150 per unit for the 292-unit Addison on Millenia apartment complex, which was completed last year.

October 19, 2018 News

The T&C 50: The Most Influential Families in Media, Art, and Culture

Late billionaire George Lindemann and wife Frayda were both VPs of the Metropolitan Opera. Older son Adam is a writer and gallerist; his wife Amalia Dayan co-founded the gallery Luxembourg & Dayan. Younger son George Jr. is president of Miami’s Bass Museum.

October 1, 2018 News

New section of Cumberland Trail opens in Rhea County; state celebrates newest scenic river

A new section of the Cumberland Trail opened Saturday in tandem with a wide-ranging celebration commemorating Tennessee's most recently named scenic river and the 50th anniversary of the National Wild & Scenic River Act.

September 26, 2018 News

Paddlers Applaud Expanded Daddy’s Creek Access! (TN)

For well over 20 years paddlers have sought improved access to a beautiful section of Daddy’s Creek flowing through Catoosa Wildlife Management Area near Crossville, TN. Daddy’s Creek only has enough water to float after significant rain, which typically happens in the fall, winter and spring.