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Mission Capital Brings Retail/Office Mix to Market in St. Cloud

Mission Capital Advisors’ asset sales group is marketing Marketplace Retail and Office Center, a five-building, 121,406-square-foot, mixed-use property in Waite Park, MN. The team of Will Sledge, Kyle Kaminski and Tom Karras is marketing the property on behalf of a CMBS special servicer.

The properties will be auctioned on the RealINSIGHT Marketplace platform, with bidding between March 4 and March 6.

Located in the western portion of the St. Cloud submarket, not far from the popular Crossroads Center, Marketplace Retail and Office Center includes a four-story, 88,190-square-foot building containing a mix of retail and office space, and four single-story retail buildings. Total occupancy is 65.7%.

“This is the perfect investment for a buyer who combines a creative approach with a strong leasing and management team that can increase the property’s occupancy,” said Kaminski. “With its strong location in the local market, we anticipate significant interest from local and national investors.”

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