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Shopoff Realty Investments sold the last remaining parcel, leased to Village Montessori Center, at Los Alisos shopping center in Mission Viejo

Shopoff Sells Remaining Parcel at Mission Viejo Center 

Shopoff Realty Investments has sold the remaining 0.67-acre parcel of the Los Alisos Village Shopping Center in Mission Viejo for $3.5 million to a private investor. The parcel includes a 4,978-square-foot building currently leased to Village Montessori School. Shopoff previously sold 27,000 square feet of the center in December 2020 for $14.5 million. 

Shopoff purchased the entire Los Alisos Village Center in 2015 and completed a full renovation of the property including new facade, roofs, resurfacing and restriping the parking lot, landscaping, tenant signage and a new monument sign. 

“Selling the final piece of Los Alisos is a wonderful conclusion to this fantastic investment,” said Shopoff president and CEO William Shopoff. “We’re pleased to have improved upon this neighborhood shopping center to better serve area residents and look forward to doing future business in the city of Mission Viejo.”


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