Great Lakes Plaza

  • Marcus & Millichap Arranges Sale of North Olmsted Towne Center for $17.8M

    Large retail properties in the Greater Cleveland area have seen a lot of action in the final quarter of 2013. Recently, Devonshire REIT, Inc. has paid $8 million for the Great Lakes Plaza in Mentor, while the Starwood Capital Group has acquired two shopping centers in North Olmsted and Canton, as part of a $1.6 billion, seven-property portfolio.

    Cleveland 07 January 2014 04:51
  • Devonshire REIT Buys Mentor’s Great Lakes Plaza for $8M

    Another Cleveland-area shopping center has changed hands. A few weeks ago, Starwood Capital Group has completed the acquisition of two Northeast Ohio shopping centers, as part of a seven-property portfolio for which the Greenwich, Conn.-based investment firm has paid $1.6 billion to the Sydney, Australia-based Westfield Group. Now, Devonshire REIT, Inc. Has announced it has closed the purchase of Great Lakes Plaza.

    Cleveland 10 December 2013 09:49

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