Albanese Cormier Acquires Nine Shopping Centers Totaling 758,983 SF

The properties are spread across Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. One is located in West Virginia.

INDIANA, MICHIGAN, OHIO AND WEST VIRGINIA — Albanese Cormier Holdings has acquired nine shopping centers totaling 758,983 square feet in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and West Virginia. The purchase prices were undisclosed. ShopOne Centers REIT was the seller. Representatives from May Real Estate, Cooper Commercial Investment Group, Marcus & Millichap and JLL brokered the sales. The average occupancy of the properties is 92 percent.

The properties include: Pine Lake Shopping Center (147,017 square feet) in LaPorte, Ind.; Forest Park Plaza (104,231 square feet) in Brazil, Ind.; Phoenix Square (47,415 square feet) in South Haven, Mich.; Amberwood Center (34,553 square feet ) in Ashland, Ohio; Barberton Shopping Center (105,313 square feet ) in Barberton, Ohio; DeVeaux Village Shopping Center (72,050 square feet) in West Toledo, Ohio; Perrysburg Marketplace (101,859 square feet ) in Perrysburg, Ohio; Reynolds Plaza (110,479 square feet ) in South Toledo, Ohio; and Huntington Mall (36,066 square feet ) in Barboursville, W.Va.

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