Photo courtesy of the town of Leominster

Baseball equipment supplier All Star Sports acquired a Leominster flex property for $5 million and will relocate its office, warehouse and engineering operations from downtown Shirley.

Located opposite the MBTA’s North Leominster commuter rail station, the nearly 6-acre 27 Nashua St. property includes a 95,000-square-foot warehouse and manufacturing facility.

M&T Bank provided $4.16 million in acquisition financing, according to mortgage data compiled by The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman.

Alan Ringuete of The Stubblebine Co. procured the buyer, All Star Sports parent company Ampac Enterprises, aka All Star Sports. The seller was represented by Tuomo Peltokangas of Commonwealth Property Associates.

Ampac Enterprises’ All Star Sports division sells protective gear and equipment for baseball, softball and football.

Athletic Equipment Supplier Buys Leominster Property for Relocation

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