NKF Arranges Sales of Three Shopping Centers in Georgia Totaling More Than $36 Million

: In Atlanta, NKF Capital Markets arranged the sale of Shallowford Exchange, a 46,219-square-foot, Publix-anchored center. (Photo courtesy of LoopNet Inc.) : In Atlanta, NKF Capital Markets arranged the sale of Shallowford Exchange, a 46,219-square-foot, Publix-anchored center. (Photo courtesy of LoopNet Inc.)

Atlanta — NKF Capital Markets has arranged the sales of two Publix-anchored shopping centers and one fitness-anchored center in Georgia.

The transaction totals more than $36 million and spans approximately 200,000 square feet. In Perry, a city in Central Georgia, Cypress Development sold Paradise Shoppes of Perry to Flag Wharf Inc. for $11.4 million. The 72,200-square-foot center was 96 percent leased at the time of sale to tenants such as Publix, Subway, Marco’s Pizza, El Jalisco Grille and T-Mobile. In Atlanta, Lakha Properties sold the 46,219-square-foot Shallowford Exchange to Shallowford LLC for $12.5 million. The center was fully leased at the time of sale to tenants such as Publix, Subway, Marco’s Pizza, UPS Store and MetroPCS. In Alpharetta, located 25 miles north of Atlanta, WB Holdings-Silos LLC acquired The Silos at North Farm Marketplace for $12.5 million. The 78,765-square-foot center was 97 percent leased at the time of sale to One Life Fitness, Alpine Bakery and Bach to Rock. Drew Fleming, Mark Joines and Henry Kushner of NKF arranged all three transactions.

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