BRANDON, FLA. — A joint venture between Providence Real Estate and Aegon Real Assets has acquired The Park at Via Rosa, a 390-unit apartment complex in Brandon, for $63 million, or $161,538 per unit. The asset spans 24 acres, 33 buildings and 400,140 square feet. The new owners plan to upgrade unit interiors, including new appliances, wood flooring, new laminate countertops, tile backsplashes and new cabinets. Located at 2211 Grand Isle Drive, about 10 miles east of downtown Tampa, the community offers one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom floor plans and amenities including a clubhouse, fitness center, business center, tanning salon, playground, pet play area, car care center, swimming pool and volleyball and tennis courts. Luis Elorza, Brad Capas and Michael Mulkern of Cushman & Wakefield represented the buyers in the transaction. Managed by Blue Roc Premier, Grand Rivage at Brandon Lakes Ltd. sold the property.