R etail D evelopment R eimagined

M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — Retail Development Reimagined — August 20 - September 16, 2021 — 9A


JLL Capital Markets completes sale & arranges $80.5M in acquisition financing for the 5 centers Grocery-anchored retail portfolio in the Philadelphia MSA sells for $114.25 Million

HILADELPHIA, PA — JLL Capital Mar- kets has closed the $114.25 million sale of and secured $80.5 million in ac- quisition financing for a five- property grocery-anchored retail portfolio throughout the greater Philadelphia metro area. JLL marketed the portfolio on behalf of the seller, Bran- dolini Companies . Para- mount Realty , in partnership with Medipower Group , purchased the assets. Addi- tionally, working on behalf of the new owner, JLL placed five separate fixed-rate loans with three banks. “We are excited to increase our footprint within the Phila- delphia MSA and we look for - ward to adding value through capital improvements and pro- curing a new diverse tenant mix for existing vacancies to P LYNCHBURG, VA — Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced the sale of the former Leggett’s Department Store, as well as Schewels Home Corpo - rate Office Headquarters in Lynchburg, VA. West on Church & Main, LLC purchased both proper- ties and plans to redevelop them with a combination of residential and commercial space. The former Leggett’s De - partment Store, a retail build - ing consisting of 41,143 s/f, is located at 1011 Main St., and was formerly owned by Mar- ketplace of Lynchburg, LLC. The purchase price for the former Leggett’s Department Store was $495,000. Schewels Home Corporate Office Headquarters, an of - fice building consisting of 60,630 s/f, is located at 1031 Main Street, and was for - merly owned by Schewels General Investment Partner- ship. The purchase price was $1,400,000. Schewels will be relocating their corporate

increasing or stable historical sales. All properties are located within highly populated resi- dential neighborhoods and engrained within the com- munities as destination real estate providing a combination of daily needs and e-commerce resistant businesses. Loca- tions include: • Lionville Shopping Center in Lionville (Giant anchored) • Marketplace at West - town in West Chester (Giant anchored) • Spring Towne Center in Sinking Spring (Giant and Lowe’s anchored) • Dreshertown Plaza in Dresher (George’s Market - place anchored) • Limerick Crossing in Lim - erick (ALDI anchored) The JLL Capital Markets in- vestment sales advisory team that represented the seller

was led by senior managing directors Chris Munley and Jim Galbally , Senior Direc - tor Colin Behr and Associate James Graf. The JLL Capital Markets debt placement team that represented the new owner included senior managing directors Jon Mikula and Jim Cadranell , director Michael Pagniucci and analyst Carlos Silva . “We continue to see a signifi- cant increase in demand for grocery-anchored shopping centers,” Galbally said. “The investor interest for retail and specifically grocery anchored shopping and dominant power centers has greatly increased in late 2020 and throughout 2021. It was a pleasure to work with both the Brandolini Companies, Paramount and Medipower on a successful transaction.” MAREJ

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cater to the evolving new retail landscape,” said president of Paramount Realty, Maurice Zekaria . The portfolio garnered sig- nificant interest from the in -

vestment world, particularly since each asset was anchored by high-performing grocers and a home improvement tenant (Giant, George’s Mar- ket, ALDI and Lowe’s), with

Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer broker sale of former Leggett’s Department Store and Schewels Home in Lynchburg, VA

1031 Main St.

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offices. GeorgeLupton, III, CCIM and Norman Moon, Jr., CCIM, SIOR, CRE, FRICS and of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer handled the sale negotiations on behalf of the seller.

In Toano, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer an - nounced the sale of the Design Master Building located at 3005 John Deere Rd., within Stonehouse Commerce Cen - ter, in Toano (James City

County). Tetreault Holdings, Inc. purchased the 40,000 s/f in- dustrial building, situated on 4.13 acres, from Friendship Partnership for $2,668,320 as an investment for their con- tracting business, The Drying

Company. Dawn F. Griggs, SIOR of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer handled the sale negotiations on behalf of the seller; Clay Culbreth , also with Thalhimer, represented the purchaser. MAREJ

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