REAL ESTATE

S&S sells Sunoco portfolio for $32 million to Cole Real Estate

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Dallas — S&S Enterprises said it has sold a portfolio of 12 Sunoco fuel centers and convenience stores in central and southeast Florida for $32 million to entities managed by Cole Real Estate Investments.

The portfolio consists of 37,275 sq. ft., with seven of the 12 locations having been redeveloped and all locations having received 20-year lease extensions.

The 12 locations are situated along the I-95 corridor with one in Lake Worth, two in West Palm Beach, one in Palm Beach Gardens, three on Merritt Island, two in Titusville, one in Cocoa, one in Palm City, and one in Sebastian, Fla.

“It’s one of the best fuel center portfolios that have been on the market in a while,” said Kyle Stonis, senior VP in the SRS Atlanta office SRS represented S&S in the sale.

“The sale was an excellent strategic portfolio play for both buyer and seller.” Dan Lovitz, director of acquisitions for Cole Real Estate Investments added, “This portfolio was attractive to Cole due to the long-term net leases, excellent rent growth, strong credit of the parent company, and quality coastal locations.”

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Carter’s opens at SkyView Center

BY Katherine Boccaccio

New York — Children’s apparel retailer Carter’s has celebrated the grand opening of its newest New York store at The Shops at SkyView Center in Flushing, Queens.

Located on Level B across from Chuck E. Cheese’s, Carter’s held an official ribbon cutting ceremony to formally launch the new space.

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Douglas Development acquired mixed-use building

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Washington, D.C. — Douglas Development announced that it has purchased a new mixed-use property in Chinatown DC. The 10,000-sq.-ft. building includes three levels of office space and 4,000 sq. ft. of street-level retail.

Douglas Development acquired the property from Washington, D.C.-based law firm Wingfield & Ginsburg, which has since leased back all of the office space from Douglas Development.

Burger King is located currently on the ground floor, but will relocate once its lease expires in early 2014. Douglas Development is in the process of selecting a new retailer to add to its portfolio of trendy Chinatown restaurants that include Graffiato, Sixth Engine, Legal Sea Foods, Matchbox, District of Pi, and new restaurants, Lime Fresh Mexican Grill and NoPa Kitchen + Bar, opening later this year.

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