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Highpoint Capital Group Acquires Hallmark Town Center in Madera

MADERA, CALIF. — Highpoint Capital Group LLC has acquired Hallmark Town Center, an 85,066-square-foot, grocery-anchored shopping center located in Madera, for an undisclosed price.

Bryan Ley and Justin Kundrak of HFF represented the seller, Weingarten Realty Investors, in the disposition. Peter Smyslowski and John Churchward of HFF also worked on Highpoint’s behalf to place a 10-year, fixed-rate CMBS loan with a banking and financial services holding company.

Food 4 Less anchors the center, which is 96 percent leased to tenants including Thrive Fitness, Taco Bell, Furniture Town, Supercuts, Little Caesars, Blooming Fashion and Deli Delicious.

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