Regency Properties Acquires Three Retail Centers in West Virginia

by Amy Works

ELKINS AND SUMMERSVILLE, W.VA. — Regency Properties has purchased three shopping centers in West Virginia for an undisclosed price. The three properties will add a combined total of 319,194 square feet to Regency’s portfolio. The portfolio includes the 145,127-square-foot Merchants Walk, a center in Summersville leased to Dollar Tree, AT&T, Hibbett Sports, Peebles and Anytime Fitness.

The other assets include Valley Pointe and The Plantation, both of which are located in Elkins. The 118,379-square-foot Valley Pointe center is leased to Peebles, Mattress Warehouse, GameStop, El Herradura and GNC. The 55,688-square-foot Plantation is leased to Goodwill, Dollar Tree, Anytime Fitness and Cricket Wireless.

Based in Evansville, Ind., Regency Properties is a shopping center owner and investor with nearly 70 centers across 19 states. Regency now owns and manages four properties in West Virginia, the fourth being Country Roads Plaza in Hinton.

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