Hines Global REIT II Acquires Retail Properties in Cincinnati for $190 Million

by Katie Sloan

Cincinnati — Hines Global REIT II has acquired Rookwood Pavilion and Rookwood Commons in Cincinnati.

The purchase price was $190 million, excluding transaction costs and working capital reserves according to an SEC filing. The two shopping centers operate as a single property referred to as Rookwood. Rookwood Pavilion was built in 1993 and Rookwood Commons was built in 2000. The property consists of 600,071 square feet that is 97 percent leased to 73 retailers and restaurants, including Whole Foods, REI, Nordstrom Rack, T.J. Maxx, Joseph-Beth Booksellers, P.F. Chang’s and J. Alexander’s.

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