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Atlanta company snaps up 98,000-sf Virginia shopping center


Atlanta-based Branch Properties has acquired an underdeveloped Virginia shopping center from a privately owned New York real estate firm. Mercury Plaza in Hampton, Va., is 98,066 square feet and anchored by Walmart Neighborhood Market and Marshalls and ...


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