Avison Young Brokers $35M Sale of Four-Property Shopping Center Portfolio in Metro Atlanta
ATLANTA — Avison Young has brokered the $35 million sale of a four-property retail portfolio in metro Atlanta. Theresa Johnson, David Krasnoff and Grant Linderman of Avison Young’s Atlanta office arranged the transaction on behalf of the seller, Ginsburg Development Cos. Harbour Retail Partners acquired the portfolio. The transaction included Dacula Village, a 69,300-square-foot shopping center in Dacula, roughly 25 miles northeast of Atlanta in Gwinnett County; Publix at Mt. Zion, a 79,000-square-foot center in Morrow, roughly 15 miles south of Atlanta in Clayton County; and Stockbridge Lanes, a 78,600-square-foot retail center in Stockbridge, roughly 20 miles south of Atlanta in Henry County. Publix anchors all three of the centers. In addition, Harbour Retail Partners acquired an 80,700-square-foot, Planet Fitness-anchored center — McDonough West — in the south Atlanta metro of McDonough in Henry County. At the time of sale, the four properties had a combined occupancy of 92.5 percent.