BLUE BELL, PA. — JLL has negotiated the sale of a 199,532-square-foot office building located at 1400 Union Meeting Road in Blue Bell, a northwestern suburb of Philadelphia. The two-story building was originally constructed on 18.6 acres in 1961 and is now zoned for scientific, agricultural, industrial or research or development uses. Brett Segal and Matthew Blumberg of JLL represented the seller, Bridge Investment Group, in the transaction and procured the buyer, a foreign private investor. Specific plans for repositioning were not disclosed.
FRISCO, TEXAS — A joint venture between Chicago-based Remedy Medical Partners and Kayne Anderson Real Estate has acquired Baylor Scott & White Frisco Medical Center, a 161,264-square-foot specialty surgical hospital located on the northern outskirts of Dallas. The two-story, 68-bed facility sits on 7.4 acres and is fully leased to Texas Health Ventures Group, a joint venture between Baylor Scott & White and United Surgical Partners International. Services include orthopedics, OB/GYN, labor delivery/NICU, urology, spine, radiology and general surgery, as well as an emergency department and onsite pharmacy. The seller was not disclosed.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS — Locally based brokerage firm Disney Investment Group (DIG) has arranged the $14.8 million sale of Westcliff Shopping Center, a 134,750-square-foot retail center in Fort Worth. Grocer Albertsons anchors the center, which was 86 percent leased at the time of sale. David Disney and Adam Crockett of DIG represented the seller, Florida-based REIT CTO Realty Growth (NYSE: CTO), in the transaction. The duo also procured the buyer, Partners Capital, the investment platform of Partners Real Estate, in conjunction with Partners’ internal agent Jess Dickie. Independent Financial provided acquisition financing. LanCarte Commercial leases the center.
SICKLERVILLE, N.J. — Institutional Property Advisors (IPA), a division of Marcus & Millichap, has arranged the sale of Gloucester Town Center, a 102,660-square-foot shopping center located roughly 25 miles outside Philadelphia in Sicklerville, N.J. A 57,560-square-foot ACME Markets grocery store anchors the property, which was built in 2003. Other tenants include Dollar Tree, Supercuts, AT&T, Pizza Hut and Mavis Discount Tires. Brad Nathanson of IPA represented the seller, KPR Centers, in the transaction and procured an undisclosed, New York-based partnership as the buyer. Jeremy Nussbaum and Andrew Eisen of Walker & Dunlop arranged $8.1 million in acquisition financing for the deal through Citigroup.
PHILADELPHIA — Florida-based investment firm DoveHill Capital Management has acquired a 329-room, dual-branded hotel in Philadelphia’s Wynnefield Heights neighborhood. The Hilton hotel was built in 2000 and was fully renovated in 2016, while the Homewood Suites hotel was built in 2005 and fully renovated in 2022. The hotels share 26,000 square feet of amenity space, as well as 1,300 parking spaces, and have jointly benefited from over $10 million in capital investment since 2015. DoveHill’s subsidiary, The Wurzak Hotel Group, will manage the property.
EULESS, TEXAS — Locally based brokerage firm STRIVE has arranged the sale of Euless Town Center, a 239,610-square-foot shopping center located on the eastern outskirts of Dallas. Ross Dress for Less and grocer Aldi anchor the center, which was roughly 86 percent leased at the time of sale. Other tenants include Dirt Cheap, Skechers USA and Sally Beauty. Hudson Lambert and Jennifer Pierson of STRIVE represented the California-based seller and procured the Texas-based buyer, both of which requested anonymity, in the transaction.
NEW YORK CITY — New York City-based Simone Development Cos. has purchased a retail building in the Morris Park area of The Bronx with plans to convert the property into a 186,298-square-foot industrial facility. The site at 1720 Eastchester Road, which previously housed a 63,000-square-foot Stop & Shop grocery store, liquor store and a Subway restaurant, is adjacent to Hutchinson Metro Center, Simone’s 1.4 million-square-foot mixed-use development. Jonathan Squires and Josh King of Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller, Madison International Realty, in the transaction. Megan Guy, Brian Reardon, Josh Gopan, Dina Gupta and Sean Heneghan represented Simone Development on an internal basis.
NEW YORK CITY — Ariel Property Advisors has negotiated the $19.1 million sale of a 160,000-square-foot mixed-use building located at 950 Westchester Ave. in the Longwood area of The Bronx. The 12-story building consists of 111 market-rate and affordable housing units and a community facility with seven office units and two retail spaces. Victor Sozio, Jason Gold, Howard Raber, Shimon Shkury and Daniel Mahfar of Ariel Property Advisors represented the undisclosed seller in the transaction. The buyer was also not disclosed.
EDISON, N.J. — Locally based brokerage firm Zimmel Associates has arranged the $49.7 million sale of a 122,000-square-foot office complex located at 1090 King Georges Post Road in the Northern New Jersey community of Edison. The campus is known as The Business Center at Edison and consists of 12 one-story, standalone buildings. David Zimmel of Zimmel Associates represented the seller, New Jersey-based Denholtz Properties, in the transaction. The buyer, Federal Business Centers, plans to redevelop the property for industrial usage.
CHELSEA, MAINE — Marcus & Millichap has brokered the sale of a portfolio of three self-storage facilities totaling 296 units in Chelsea, located just south of Augusta. The properties total 45,690 net rentable square feet of space. Luke Dawley, Nathan Coe, Brett Hatcher and Gabriel Coe of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller, an individual/personal trust, in the transaction. The buyer and sales price were not disclosed. Jim Koury of Marcus & Millichap assisted in closing the deal as the broker of record.