Phillips Edison Grocery Center REIT II Acquires Retail Properties in Massachusetts, Connecticut
RAYNHAM, MASS., AND MONTVILLE, CONN. — Phillips Edison Grocery Center REIT II has acquired two grocery-anchored shopping centers in Massachusetts and Connecticut. The REIT purchased Shaw’s Plaza, a 175,842-square-foot retail center in Raynham, a suburb 30 miles south of Boston. The property is occupied by national and regional tenants, including Jo-Ann Fabrics, Marshalls, CVS/pharmacy, Sovereign Bank, Dress Barn, Gamestop, Panera Bread, Bank of America, PetSmart, SuperCuts, GNC, Spring and Cardi’s Furniture. The acquisition adds the first Shaw’s grocery-anchored shopping center to the company’s portfolio. Additionally, the REIT acquired Montville Commons, a 117,916-square-foot shopping center in Montville. The property is occupied by Stop & Shop, Anytime Fitness, Subway, Sweet Frog, Sleep’s, Hair Cuttery, Gamestop, GNC, Chili’s Bar & Grill and AT&T. Terms of the sales, including the sellers’ names and acquisition prices, were not released.