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Monmouth Power Center Fetches $63M

Institutional Property Advisors (IPA), a division of Marcus & Millichap, recently closed the sale of Consumer Centre, a 293,087-square-foot power center located at 310 Route 36 in Monmouth County’s West Long Branch, NJ. The sales price was approximately $63 million, or $215 per square foot. 

“Institutionally owned by Site Centers, a publicly traded REIT, for almost 20 years, Consumer Centre is one of the many outstanding power centers within their core metro market portfolio in NYC,” said Brad Nathanson, IPA senior managing director. “Currently 96% occupied, the property is anchored by one of the top-performing Home Depots in the region, operating out of 101,150 square feet, which has been a tenant since the center was constructed in 1993.”  

Nathanson represented Site Centers and identified the buyer, Paramount Realty Services.  

John Horowitz, first VP and division manager is Marcus & Millichap’s broker of record in New Jersey. 

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