Steubenville, Ohio — Sekulovski Group has arranged the $14 million sale of Rural King Plaza, a 215,360-square-foot shopping center located in Steubenville, roughly 40 miles west of Pittsburgh. A Brooklyn-based private investor acquired the property from PICOA Inc. of Los Angeles. Tony Sekulovski of Sekulovski Group brokered the transaction. Anchor Rural King occupies 104,230 square feet at the center, which was 97 percent leased at the time of sale. Other tenants at the property include Ollie’s and Planet Fitness, which occupy 43,600 and 20,365 square feet respectively. A 17,000-square-foot Dollar Tree and a Kay Jewelers store also occupy space at the center.