Inland, PGGM Buy Metro Cincinnati Shopping Center for $23.6 Million

by Nate Hunter

Newport, Ky. – The 337,300-square-foot power center Newport Pavilion is currently 96 percent leased.

Inland Real Estate Corp., in a joint venture arrangement with Dutch pension advisor PGGM, has acquired Phase II of Newport Pavilion, a shopping center located in Newport, part of the Cincinnati MSA. Inland and PGGM purchased the 115,000-square-foot asset for $23.6 million. Phase II’s tenant roster includes Dick’s Sporting Goods, T.J. Maxx, Buffalo Wild Wings, Panera Bread, Chipotle Mexican Grill, T-Mobile and Sport Clips. The Inland-PGGM joint venture purchased Phase I of Newport Pavilion earlier this year. The entire 337,300-square-foot power center is currently 96 percent leased.

   — John Nelson

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