Property Description

Hunter’s Chase is a 320-Unit, Class B garden-style apartment community located in the Richmond suburb of Midlothian, Virginia.

Units offer spacious floor plans with walk-in closets, stainless steel appliances, an in-unit washer, and dryer, as well as private screened patios and balconies. The property benefits from $7 million in recent capital improvements.

The property offers tremendous value potential through interior unit renovations. Apartment rents are soaring nationwide, with a median annual increase of 16.7%  in March.1 Additionally, the Midlothian submarket benefitted from 16% rent growth in the year ending March 2022.

Property Type



Delaware Statutory Trust

Capital Square Hunter’s
Chase Apartments DST


Remaining Availability

100% Remaining

Total Funds
Remaining Availability
Minimum Investment
see PPM
Funded To Date
Est. Hold Period
10 Years
Equity Raise
Price/SF or Price/Unit

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Location Details



1.3 million

Population Growth


About The Area

Located approximately 15 miles southwest of downtown Richmond, Midlothian is situated within Chesterfield and Powhatan Counties. Midlothian recorded the highest year-over-year rent growth, up 19.6% in August 2021, according to the recently published Yardi Matrix Multifamily Report – Richmond Drives On.

Home to eight Fortune 500 headquarters, the Richmond region has a population of approximately 1.3 million people. With four interstates, an international airport and one of the nation’s largest ports, Richmond offers residents convenient access to 45% of the United States population within a one-day’s drive. The region has maintained a corporate tax rate of 6% since 1972 and its electric rates are 30% below the national average, offering companies a lower cost of doing business. The region features a highly educated workforce, with more than 60% of working adults having college experience and 41% having a bachelor’s degree.

CNBC ranks Virginia as the #1 state for business.2 CoStar has announced it will build a $460 million corporate campus in Richmond, creating 2,000 jobs.3 Virginia boasts a booming economy, with Amazon having developed its East Coast headquarters (HQ2) in Arlington in June 2019. Amazon is planning to bring 25,000 jobs to the state with that $2.5 billion development.4 Virginia is home to the University of Virginia, The College of William & Mary, James Madison University, Virginia Tech, Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Richmond.



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