By Jeff Hamann
Regency Centers has sold Old Kings Commons, an 84,759-square-foot community shopping center in Palm Coast, Fla., for $10.6 million. The buyer, a private investor, financed the purchase with a $7.7 million acquisition mortgage, arranged through Barrington Capital. Matthews Real Estate Investment Services represented the seller and secured the new owner in the transaction.
Located at 7 Old Kings Road N., the asset is close Interstate 95 and approximately 60 miles south of Jacksonville, Fla. Currently, Beall’s Outlet and Staples anchor the 1989-built property, occupying 27,828 square feet and 24,197 square feet, respectively. Other tenants include Planet Fitness, Pinch-A-Penny and Dunkin’ Donuts/Baskin-Robbins. The seller previously acquired the mall for $6 million from a joint venture between MPG Development and Developers Diversified Realty Corp. in 1988, according to Flagler County records.
“This was a strong, fully stabilized center located in a market of Florida with extremely low vacancy,” said Jordan Powell, associate with Matthews, in a prepared statement. Powel and Scott Henard, senior vice president & regional director of the Matthews Shopping Center Division, were part of the team involved in this transaction.
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