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Clawson Center, a 100% leased community shopping center in Clawson, Michigan, has changed owners

Mid-America Brokers Deal for Detroit-Area Community Center 

Mid-America Real Estate Corporation’s investment sales group recently brokered the sale of Clawson Center, a 100% leased community center with strong national and local tenancy in the northern Detroit suburb of Clawson, MI.  The 91,266-square-foot property was sold to Detroit-area Private Investment Group for an undisclosed sum. 

Anchored by Staples and Dollar Tree, Clawson Center features necessity and convenience-oriented tenants including Billings Lawn Equipment, Burn Fitness, Cosmoprof, H&R Block, Joe’s Army/Navy, Play It Again Sports, and Salon Suites.  The center is shadow anchored by separately owned ALDI, Rite Aid and O’Reilly’s Auto stores. 

Mid-America Real Estate Corporation’s Ben Wineman and Mid-America Real Estate – Michigan’s Daniel Stern brokered the transaction on behalf of the seller, a Dallas, TX based family office.  The buyer was represented by Kevin Jappaya, David Jappaya, and Preston Rabban of Farmington Hills, MI -based KJ Commercial Real Estate Advisors. 


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