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Multi-Tenant Auto Mall Finds Buyer in Twin Cities

Mid-America Real Estate – Minnesota recently brokered the investment sale of Burnsville Auto Mall, in Burnsville, MN, a suburb of Minneapolis/St. Paul.  The 30,157-square-foot multi-tenant retail center was purchased by a local investor for $3.3 million.

Mark Robinson, principal of Mid-America Real Estate – Minnesota, was the exclusive listing broker on the transaction representing the seller, a local investor. The buyer was represented by NKF’s Brian Netz.

Burnsville Auto Mall is located just south of the Burnsville Center regional mall, along Southcross Drive and I-35W in the city of Burnsville. The project consists of five national and local tenants, and is 95% occupied.

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