Wilson Wraps Up 2 Million SF in Leasing Assignments for 2010

The largest leases include the 487,370-square-foot Commons at Quartz Hill in Lancaster, California, the 218,503-square-foot Crossroads at 395 in Victorville, California and the 224,783-square-foot Granada Village in Granada Hills, California.

July 27, 2010
By Allison Landa, News Editor

Wilson Commercial said Tuesday that it had inked leasing assignments for 13 retail centers totaling more than 2 million square feet in the first six months of 2010.

Those assignments include three new developments, five redevelopment projects and five existing centers. The company also completed 32 leases totaling 600,000 square feet during the first half of the year.

The largest assignments include the 487,370-square-foot Commons at Quartz Hill in Lancaster, California, the 218,503-square-foot Crossroads at 395 in Victorville, California and the 224,783-square-foot Granada Village in Granada Hills, California.

“During this challenging economic climate, landlords understand the importance of retaining a firm who has the experience and knowledge to improve occupancy at their center,” Wilson president Chris Wilson said. “We have a deep understanding of the landlord and tenant side of the business, enabling us to deliver results in this ongoing challenging market.”

Wilson currently oversees leasing at 90 retail properties totaling 8.3 million square feet in Southern and Central California.