Deer Springs Town Center

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  • Stoltz Real Estate Partners Pays $51m for N. Las Vegas Community Center

    Deer Springs Town Center is a 512,325-square foot retail center located at the intersection of the Interstate 215 Beltway and 5th Street. Developed in 2009, it stands on a 62-acre lot and is home to a number of big retail names such as Home Depot, Toys ‘R’ Us, Babies ‘R’ Us Ross Dress for Less, Target, PetSmart, Michaels and Staples. Not included in the deal were the 143,160 square feet occupied by retailer Target, the entity being the owner of the space. Other names featured on the complex’ tenant roster include AT&T, In-N-Out, Nevada Federal Credit Union and Verizon Wireless. At the time of the sale, Deer Springs Town Center’s occupancy rate stood at 86 percent.

    Las Vegas 16 May 2013 19:11

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