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Cassidy Turley awarded leasing of 300KSF Walmart power center

Cassidy Turley announced it has been engaged by Greenfield Gateway Retail Investments for the marketing and leasing assignment of Greenfield Gateway in Mesa, Ariz.

The assignment consists of a 300,000 square foot shopping center anchored by Walmart Supercenter and Sportsman’s Warehouse. Cassidy Turley Vice President Brent Mallonee is now leasing the property.

“We are excited to be partnering with Greenfield Gateway Retail Investments on the leasing assignment of Greenfield Gateway,” Mr. Mallonee said. “The project is well located and conveniently accessible to the East Valley via the U.S. 60 Freeway. We are focused on leasing the shopping center up and improving the tenant mix, consistent with a first class power center.”

Greenfield Gateway is located at the southwest corner of the U.S. Highway 60 Superstition Freeway and Greenfield Road with immediate access from the U.S. 60 Superstition Freeway. It is adjacent to other regional centers that include At Home, Hobby Lobby and LA Fitness as tenants, and minutes from regional shopping destination Village Square at Dana Park.

The area boasts strong traffic counts and residential densities of over 130,000 people in a three mile radius. The Cassidy Turley team is currently leasing space configurations at Greenfield Gateway that can accommodate users seeking ±1,112 square feet suites to +35,000 square feet.

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