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FNRP Acquires Shoppes at Cross Keys in St. Louis Metro

First National Realty Partners (FNRP) recently acquired The Shoppes at Cross Keys, a 339,464-square-foot, grocery-anchored shopping center in Florissant, MO, a St. Louis suburb. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

Currently 93% occupied, The Shoppes at Cross Keys features a 63,094-square-foot Schnucks and a 98,133-square-foot Home Depot.  The property is located approximately 15 miles north of downtown St. Louis.

“The Shoppes at Cross Keys is the premier shopping destination in the northern St. Louis market and we are excited to expand our presence in the area and become a member of the Florissant community,” said Matt Annibale, director of acquisitions at Red Bank, NJ-based FNRP.

He added, “Schnucks, who is the market leading grocer in St. Louis, is joined here by a high-performing Home Depot. Both tenants help drive traffic to the center, which greatly benefits the junior anchors, restaurants and small shops.”


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