Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- Columbia, S.C.-based Edens & Avant said it has purchased Union Planters Plaza, a 155,000-sq.-ft., Whole Foods-anchored retail center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Located in one of Broward County’s most active regional corridors, Union Planters Plaza was originally built in 1989 and expanded in 2000 and sits on a total of 14.6 acres. Union Planters Plaza is the 25th retail center owned by Edens & Avant in the Florida market, including 12 centers in South Florida.
“With its close proximity to both downtown Fort Lauderdale as well as being adjacent to some of the area’s most established neighborhoods, Union Planters Plaza fits perfectly into our portfolio of community focused retail centers located in major urban markets,” said Jami Passer, managing director, Edens & Avant.
Union Planters Plaza will soon welcome Dick’s Sporting Goods as a co-anchor, with a scheduled opening in late November.