Donahue Schriber Purchases Two Bay Area Shopping Centers for Nearly $132 Million

by Alex Tostado

San Francisco And Antoich, Calif. — Donahue Schriber has acquired two grocery-anchored retail centers for a total of nearly $132 million. The acquisitions expand the company’s presence in the San Francisco Bay area. In the first deal, Donahue Schriber purchased Lakeshore Plaza in San Francisco. Located at 1549 Sloat Blvd., the 172,364-square-foot center was built in 1993 and serves the Sunset District, West Portal and Saint Francis Wood. Lucky, Ross Dress for Less, Petco and Big 5 Sporting Goods anchor the retail property. This acquisition represents the company’s second purchase in San Francisco in the last two years. Additionally, Donahue Schriber acquired Antioch Crossings, a neighborhood retail center located at 3303-3421 Deer Valley Road in Antioch. Safeway anchors the 126,309-square-foot shopping center. Further terms of the transactions were not disclosed.

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