TennesseeMultifamily Timberland Partners buys apartment community in Tennessee August 10, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email Minneapolis-based Timberland Partners has acquired Ridgemont at Stringers Ridge, an apartment community in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Founded in 1992, the company now owns and manages 67 apartment communities totaling 12,955 apartment units in its portfolio spanning 13 states. This is the eighth property Timberland Partners now owns in the Tennessee market. The 226-unit acquisition was funded from a joint venture between LEM Capital and Timberland Partners Investment Fund VI, LLC, and represents the sixth acquisition from fund six. Timberland Partners Acquisitions Specialist Aaron Spiegle said that Tennessee continues to be a strong market for the company. Ridgemont at Stringers Ridge was built in 1988, and consists of one- and two-bedroom floorplans on a bicycle trail head to 92-acre Stringers Ridge Park. It has amenities such as an outdoor pool, fitness center and clubhouse. An extensive $3 million improvement plan includes completing unit renovations, pool and dog park updates, in addition to adding new amenities such as an outdoor lounge, bike repair station, dog grooming center and private fenced in yards for select units. The seller was represented by Vince Leffler and Ian Johnson of JLL’s Nashville office.