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Kroger-anchored centers change hands in Kentucky


Atlanta-based Branch Properties has acquired two Kroger-anchored shopping centers in Lexington, Kentucky, for $59.7 million ... on Man O’War Boulevard in Lexington. Mid-America Real Estate brokered the transaction on behalf of the seller, Houston ...


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Atlanta-based Branch Properties has acquired two Kroger-anchored shopping centers in Lexington, Kentucky, for $59.7 million. The larger of the two — Tates Creek Centre at 196,028 sqft— houses Proof Fitness, Rite Aid, MOD Pizza, and PNC BankThe 124,498-sq.-ftMillpond Center, includes Workout Anytime, Subway, and Pizza HutBoth centers are situated on Man O’War Boulevard in Lexington. Mid-America Real Estate brokered the transaction on behalf of the seller, Houston-based Weingarten Realty. Connect with me on LinkedIn | Follow me on Twitter if (typeof window.addthis_new_tool !== 'undefined') { window.addthis_new_tool(); } facebook twitter linkedin envelope print keyboard_arrow_downCOMMENTS Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment No comments found

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