Greenwood Global Acquires 590,000 SF Kendall Marketplace in Yorkville, Ill.

Kendall Marketplace

Kendall Marketplace is anchored by Marshalls, PetSmart, and Dick's Sporting Goods

YORKVILLE, ILL. — Greenwood Global Inc. has acquired Kendall Marketplace, a 590,000-square-foot retail center located in Yorkville, approximately 50 miles southwest of Chicago. The purchase price was undisclosed. The Class A shopping center, which opened in 2008, is situated on 192 acres of land and is anchored by a Dick’s Sporting Goods, Marshalls and PetSmart. Other stores include The Home Depot, Kohl’s, and Super Target. Kendall Marketplace has the ability to add as much as 155,000 square feet of retail space through the development of multiple outparcels. Headed by Alex Berman, formerly CEO of EPN Group, Northbrook, Ill.-based Greenwood Global also has acquired residential land adjacent to Kendall Marketplace. The land is zoned for 192 single-family homes and town homes. Kris Cooper of JLL represented the seller, an American multinational banking and financial services corporation, in the transaction. Greenwood Global has selected CBRE as the property manager and leasing agent at Kendall Marketplace.

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