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Marley Park Plaza

Cassidy Turley reports two retail center sales

Cassidy Turley announced the sale of Marley Park Plaza, a 77,545 square foot, grocery-anchored neighborhood shopping center at 15411 W. Waddell Road in Surprise. IMAN Enterprises, LLC of Surrey BC, Canada, purchased the retail center for $12.45 million from Donahue Schriber Realty Group.

Cassidy Turley Executive Managing Directors Ryan Schubert, Michael Hackett, Dan Wald and Matt Kircher negotiated the transaction on behalf of the seller.

Located on 11.83 acres at the southeast corner of Waddell and Reems Road, the sale included the Basha’s anchored shopping center and an adjacent 2.45 acre developable land parcel. The parcel is currently planned for an additional 16,705 square feet of retail space. In addition to Basha’s, Marley Park Plaza tenants include Subway, H&R Block, Little Caesar’s Pizza, Baskin Robbins and Great Clips. Developed in 2007 by Donahue Schriber Realty Group, the property is located one-half mile east of the Loop 303 with frontage on two primary thoroughfares in Surprise. Marley Park Plaza was 98% leased at the time of sale.

“There was tremendous upside for the buyer with the future development of the adjacent parcel,” Hackett said.

The brokerage firm has also announced that Hayden Crossing Shopping Center, a 63,446 square foot neighborhood retail center at 8015-8035 E. Indian School Road sold for $14 million ($221.38 PSF).

Executive Managing Directors Ryan Schubert and Michael Hackett with Cassidy Turley’s Retail Capital Markets Group represented the seller Hayden Crossing Shopping Center, LLC. The buyer was a Phoenix investor, 919 Hillsdale, LLC.

Hayden Crossing

Hayden Crossing

“Hayden Crossing is located in a prime infill Scottsdale submarket with a very high barrier of entry by future competition,” Schubert said. “The center includes two quality, net lease tenants, Bashas’ and Walgreens.”

Hayden Crossing is located on six acres at the southeast corner of Hayden and Indian School Roads. The center was built in 2004 specifically for Bashas’ and Walgreens. The neighborhood shopping center services all of downtown Scottsdale, the city’s second largest employment center and a hub for technology and healthcare companies like Yelp and McKesson.


California investor purchases Union Hills Village for $10.3 Million

Cassidy Turley announced that a company formed by California-based Ethan Christopher acquired Union Hills Village, 18631 N. 19th Avenue, for $10.3 million ($93.47 PSF). The seller was Costa Mesa, CA-based Donahue Schriber Realty Group, L.P.

Executive Managing Directors Ryan Schubert, Michael Hackett, Dan Wald and Matt Kircher with Cassidy Turley’s Retail Capital Markets Group represented the seller.

“Ethan Christopher was able to recognize the potential and stability of Union Hills Village and is excited to add the asset to its outstanding portfolio of neighborhood centers in Arizona,” Mr. Hackett said.

Built in 1987, Union Hills Village is a ±110,188 square foot community center situated on 10.5 acres and is configured for multi-tenant retail use. The project is anchored by Blast Fitness, Dollar General and other national tenants including Dunkin Donuts, Cost Cutters, Nationwide Vision, Subway and UPS Store. The property has excellent visibility along both Union Hills Drive and 19th Avenue in Phoenix. Union Hills Village was 86% occupied at the time of sale.