A neighborhood retail center in Boston’s Hyde Park has been acquired by Urban Edge Properties for $32.9 million.
The future owner of a mixed-use portfolio on Newbury Street will have the opportunity to increase the properties’ income streams with the lease-up of vacant office and residential space.
A Southborough real estate developer paid $12.35 million for its first Rhode Island acquisition in the 160,000-square-foot Warwick Center property.
A Florida private equity investor has paid $44.275 million for a grocery-anchored shopping center on the South Shore.
A grocery-anchored retail property in Saugus has been acquired by a partnership of The Grossman Companies of Quincy and Boston-based North Colony Asset Management.
A Salem developer has sold a grocery-anchored shopping center in Andover to a California investor for $53.5 million.
Andover-based NNM Realty Trust has acquired an 85,000-square-foot Stop & Shop-anchored property at 10 Technology Drive in Hudson for $17.2 million in a reflection of continuing investor demand for shopping centers with supermarket tenants.
After making a series of big-ticket acquisitions in Back Bay, Cambridge and Somerville, North Carolina developer Asana Partners has acquired a multitenant retail property in Allston for $11.9 million.
Concord-based Winstanley Enterprises and Surrey Equities have sold a grocery-anchored retail center in Watertown for $35.5 million following the extension of a long-term lease by Stop & Shop Supermarket Co.
Renovations to the College House office and retail building in Harvard Square will begin in 2021 following the 50,000-square-foot office and retail building’s first change of ownership in a half-century.
Needham-based RK Centers has made its second Framingham acquisition in weeks with the $23 million purchase of a grocery-anchored retail property.
A North Shore single-tenant grocery store property leased to Whole Foods has sold to a local buyer.
A California real estate investment firm has paid $25 million to acquire a grocery-anchored retail property in Mansfield.
A Commonwealth Avenue retail property in Brookline has been acquired by an affiliate of Quincy-based Grossman Cos. for $19 million.
The master developer of one of Massachusetts’ largest open-air shopping centers has sold two components of the master-planned development to a Texas investor for $83 million.
RK Centers has added to its portfolio with the $7.1-million acquisition of two high-visibility properties near the Newton-Needham line.