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Copper Property Trust Sells Seven JCPenney Locations to Three Buyers

Northbrook, IL-based Hilco JCP, LLC, an affiliate of Hilco Real Estate, LLC and manager of Copper Property CTL Pass Through Trust, said Tuesday that the trust had sold seven of its JCPenney retail locations for $65.2 million in three separate all-cash transactions. The buyers weren’t identified. 

Most recently, the trust sold a five property Mid-Atlantic portfolio, including the five JCPenney locations at Christiana Mall in Newark, DE; The Mall in Columbia in Columbia, MD; Westfield Annapolis in Annapolis, MD, Fair Oaks Mall in Fairfax, VA; and Springfield Town Center in Springfield, VA. 

Last month, the trust sold the JCPenney location at Pheasant Lane in Nashua, NH for $6.55 million and the one at Dulles Town Centre in Sterling, VA for $5.65 million. 

The trust has now sold its six distributions centers and 23 of its retail properties, generating a total of $868 million in sales proceeds. 

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