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Quantum Arranges Trade of Omaha-Area Retail

Quantum Real Estate Advisors, Inc. has brokered the sale of a multi-tenant retail center, Thunderbird Plaza, in the Omaha suburb of Bellevue, NE. The 9,062-square-foot property sold for $3.9 million.

The property was built in 2014 and is 100% leased to a mix of national and local tenants, including Taco Bell, Jersey Mike’s, Generation V, Top Q Nails & Spa, Cricket Wireless and Pinnacle Bank. The buyer, a Midwest-based family office that focuses on strip-center properties, acquired Thunderbird Plaza in a 1031 exchange.

Quantum VP Zack Hilgendorf represented the seller, a Salt Lake City-based private development group. “This was a strategic disposition for the seller, as he reallocates capital within his portfolio,” said Hilgendorf. “We were able to achieve excellent pricing for him, and allow him to focus on projects closer to home.”

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