Regency Centers, Partner Acquire Whole Foods-Anchored Center in Raleigh for $46M

by Camren Skelton

RALEIGH, N.C. — Regency Centers Corp. and its joint venture partner have acquired Ridgewood Shopping Center, a 95,300-square-foot retail center in Raleigh. Regency acquired a 20 percent interest in the asset. Other terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the Triangle Business Journal reports the Richards family sold the asset for $46 million. Ridgewood Shopping Center was originally developed in 1951, and Raleigh’s first Whole Foods Market anchors the center. Additional tenants include Walgreens, Orvis, Fleet Feet Sports and a collection of local tenants. The acquisition marks Regency’s 13th property in the Raleigh market.

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