Cary Lefton

  • Agora Realty Buys Fiesta Plaza

    The Fiesta Plaza retail center in North Las Vegas was recently acquired by West Coast-based entity Agora Realty & Management. The buyer paid the private seller a total of $12,950,000 for the grocery-anchored shopping center, and then subsequently signed on a brand new tenant on a ten-year lease. It was recently reported that publicly-owned Conn’s Electronics will be taking over roughly a quarter of the total space available at Fiesta Plaza. Leasing activity at the newly acquired property will be handled by Las Vegas-based ROI Commercial Real Estate.

    Las Vegas 24 April 2015 22:40

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