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NOVATO, CA-Davlyn Investments of San Diego has made its first foray into Northern California with the $16 million acquisition of an 88-unit complex called the Oak Grove Apartments, according to Davlyn’s director of acquisitions, Aaron Pacillio. Pacillio tells GlobeSt.com that the San Diego -based investment firm plans to rename the complex Crooked Oak at Loma Verde Preserve.


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