Vernola Marketplace

  • Inland Empire Power Center Trades Hand in $49 Million Deal Arranged by HFF

    An Inland Empire retail property traded hands recently, with Holiday Fenoglio Fowler announcing that it had closed a deal for an asset located in Jurupa Valley. The leading provider of commercial real estate and capital markets services completed the acquisition of the Vernola Marketplace by a joint venture consisting of Rockwood Capital, Equity One, Inc. and Vestar, three high-profile real estate companies in the U.S. The JV paid a fee of $49 million for the shopping venue.

    Los Angeles 08 February 2014 21:18

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