White Plains-based investor snaps up Stamford shopping center for $5.5M

TRD New York /
Feb.February 20, 2019 03:28 PM

A White Plains-based real estate investor shelled out $5.5 million for a shopping center in Stamford, Long Island Business News reported. Long Island-based HRR Investments LLC sold the center on High Ridge Road to the unidentified investor. Tenants at the site — which is fully leased — include the Vitamin Shoppe, Subway and High Ridge Printing & Copy Center, according to the outlet. Mark Krantz and Derrick Dougherty of Marcus & Millichap’s Philadelphia office had the listing and brought the buyer, the firm said in a release. “This site is well positioned within the submarket, as it resides on one of the most prominent retail corridors in Stamford,” Krantz said in a statement. [LIBN]


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