The upscale center is 100% leased to tenants including CountryCurtains,Eldred Wheeler Furniture, The Silver Ribbon, CaféChristina, Needful ThingsAntiques and First Impressions Day Salon& Spa, and Juke Box Junction as well as RIVCO DesignCenter.

Grossman developed the plaza in 1985 on a 5.79-acre parcel itacquired. Stanley Hurwitz, Grossman's spokesperson tellsGlobeSt.com that the company sold the plaza now because the companyhad other investment opportunities and the "time was right." Heemphasizes that in a center like this one with nine retail tenantshaving full occupancy is a "major accomplishment."

Grossman was represented by Richard McKinnon, director ofbrokerage services for the company and Aidan Murray, Grossman'sleasing broker. Robert Falconi, president of Falconi Realty,represented himself in the deal.

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