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  • Joint Venture Buys Cleveland-Area Shopping Center for $47M

    A joint venture between two east coast companies has purchased the Golden Gate Shopping Center in Mayfield Heights. New York-based Hornig Capital Partners, LLC and Hutensky Capital Partners of Hartford, Connecticut, have paid $47.05 million for the premier retail plaza. Cleveland-based Forest City was the seller. The deal represents one of the largest single asset retail sales in the Cleveland market during the past two years.

    Cleveland 04 July 2014 04:50
  • Virginia’s Stonebridge to Feature 600-Unit Apartment Community

    Agreement has been reached to build a 600-unit urban-style apartment community in Stonebridge, an 83-acre mixed-use project in one of Chesterfield, Va.‘s key retail-business corridors.

    Midatlantic 28 January 2013 18:34

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