Real Capital Analytics (RCA) says it was one-off deals that drove apartment sales in the first half of 2015 13% above last year's figure, to a pace that would surpass that of 2006. But where did these deals come from? The Sexy Six coastal markets were well represented, but some of the first half’s biggest deals could also be found in the Heartland of the country. Check out RCA’s list to find out more:

Rank

Property

City

Cost (in millions)

Units

Cost per Unit

Buyer

1

The Belnord

New York, N.Y.

$575.0

215

$2,674,419

HFZ Capital Group

2

Tower Two at One Rincon Hill

San Francisco

$410.0

298

$1,375,839

Maximus RE Partners JV Rockpoint Group

3

OneEleven

Chicago

$328.2

504

$651,240

Heitman

4

184 Kent Avenue

Brooklyn, N.Y.

$275.0

338

$813,609

Rockpoint Group JV Kushner Cos.

5

Bell Flatirons

Louisville, Colo.

$251.7

1,206

$208,679

Bell Partners

6

Somerset Park

Troy, Mich.

$216.0

2,226

$97,035

Solomon Organization

7

Atmark Apartments

Cambridge, Mass.

$207.7

428

$485,322

AEW Capital

8

8th & Hope

Los Angeles

$200.0

290

$689,655

Essex Property Trust

9

Residences at The Avenue

Washington, D.C.

$196.0

335

$585,075

Wafra

10

Gramercy at Metropolitan Park

Arlington, Va.

$190.0

399

$476,190

Dweck Properties