KeyBank Provides $51.6 Million in Acquisition Financing for Three Retail Centers

Cleveland — KeyBank Real Estate Capital (KBREC) has provided $51.6 million in acquisition financing to First National Realty Partners for three retail centers in Ohio, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania. Acquisitions include Southland Crossings, a 245,678-square-foot center in the eastern Ohio city of Boardman that is anchored by Giant Eagle, Michaels, Ross Dress for Less and PetSmart; Summit Square, a 166,552-square-foot property in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that is anchored by Reasor’s Foods, American Freight and Tuesday Morning; and The Village at Pittsburgh Mills, a 161,079-square-foot center in Tarentum, Pennsylvania, that is anchored by Ross Dress for Less, Michaels, PetSmart and Aldi. Jon Scott of Cleveland-based KBREC structured the financing with a five-year term and interest-only payments.

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