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Red Mountain Group Acquires 600,000 SF Algonquin Commons Power Center in Suburban Chicago

The buyer plans to invest nearly $30 million on a repositioning plan for Algonquin Commons.

ALGONQUIN, ILL. — Red Mountain Group Inc. has acquired Algonquin Commons, a 600,000-square-foot power center in Algonquin, a northwest suburb of Chicago. The purchase price and seller were undisclosed. Located at 1504-2298 S. Randall Road, the center sits on 70 acres. Built in 2004, the property is 75 percent occupied by tenants such as Trader Joe’s, Ulta, Nordstrom Rack, DSW, Pottery Barn, Victoria’s Secret, Express, On the Border and Bonefish Grill. Red Mountain plans to invest nearly $30 million for the renovation and repositioning of the asset. Plans call for an indoor-outdoor covered entertainment area with an acre of open space. While in escrow, Red Mountain executed a new lease with Ashley Furniture. The company says it is currently working with two other large-format national retailers. Red Mountain’s portfolio comprises 95 shopping centers across 18 states.

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