The REMM Group Assumes Management of 207-Unit The Dylan Apartment Homes in Oceanside

OCEANSIDE, CA – The REMM Group has been awarded property management of The Dylan by the asset's new owners, 29th Street Capital. They acquired the Oceanside multifamily community January 31, 2019. Plans for the real estate asset include capital improvements of the 207 units and expansive grounds. 

Richard Marshall, Vice President of Acquisitions for Southern California, for 29th Street Capital said the company plans capital improvements totaling over 1.75 million, approximately $8,500 per unit. 

Renovations will include modern flooring, new cabinet fronts, interior doors, hardware and appliances as needed. There are also plans to improve exterior areas with a new barbecue area, patio pavers and higher-quality finishes.

Marshall said, “We chose The REMM Group to manage the property because of their depth of experience making multifamily assets shine and providing tenants with a warm, inviting atmosphere.” 

Sara D’Elia, IREM Orange County's 2019 Real Estate Professional of the Year and CEO of The REMM Group said, “This is a unique property with open space, gardens and a grassy green area conveniently located near downtown Oceanside. We look forward to using our expertise in multifamily renovation to fulfill the owner’s vision to add even more comfort and luxury to the apartment community.”

Marshall added, “The REMM team are Southern California specialists. This is our first property in San Diego County and we appreciate their additional insight into the market.” 

The REMM Group manages 41 Southern California multifamily communities, nine in San Diego County.

The Dylan is a pet-friendly apartment community with large one, two and three- bedroom floor plans that include dishwashers, garbage disposals and private patios. The amenities include a Fitness Center, two pools, a playground and covered parking. The luxury apartment homes are conveniently located 5 miles from the ocean and 2 miles from Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.

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