The top-to-bottom makeover was crafted by Michael A. PollackReal Estate Investments. The redo included an exterior faceliftcoupled with a change in architectural style to a Mediterraneanvillage-theme. It also featured new colors and signs to go alongwith landscape improvements and a parking lot resurfacing. "It's asdramatic a change as any renovation we've ever done," presidentMichael Pollack said in a prepared statement. He acquired thecenter in 1993.

The tenant roster includes Change Point, a non-profitorganization benefiting underprivileged families as well as ElRancho Market, Chinese Panda Inn Buffet and Dolex Dollar Express.The center's quoted rate is $12 per sf.

Pollack is well known for his undertakings in metro Phoenix,where his specialty has been to acquire and reposition dilapidatedor aging properties. The firm owns more than two million sf ofretail space in 65 centers in the Southwest US.

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