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BURLINGTON, MA-KeyPoint Partners has been retained as exclusive leasing agent for a trio of grocery anchored shopping centers situated in southern New England. Totaling nearly 500,000 sf of prime retail space, the properties are owned by Equity One Inc., the Florida-based REIT whose focus is retail real estate.

Included in the package is the Shaw’s plaza on Spring Street in the Boston neighborhood of West Roxbury. Just over 1,100 sf of the 76,000-sf center is presently available. The property features a free-standing Shaw’s and a separate retail strip that features such brands as Finagle A Bagel and Supercuts. In central Massachusetts, KeyPoint will handle leasing duties at the Webster Plaza in Webster. That 201,000-sf complex is anchored by a 55,000-sf Shaw’s and 95,000-sf KMart, with other tenants including Dollar Tree, Family Dollar and Olympia Sports. That property has about 6,000 sf of in-line space available for lease.

The remaining center is on Hazard Ave. in Enfield, CT. Brookside Plaza has 211,000 sf, of which more than 23,000 sf is vacant. Tenants include Bed Bath & Beyond and Staples.

Equity One has owned the Webster property since October 2006 when it paid $17.8 million. The West Roxbury asset was acquired in 2004 for $22.8 million as part of a $119 million, six-property portfolio located in Greater Boston. The Connecticut asset was acquired in late 2005 for $28.5 million. Based in North Miami Beach, Equity One’s portfolio is concentrated in the southeast. The REIT has just the one Connecticut property and seven in Massachusetts.

KeyPoint Partners, meanwhile, is focused on the New England market, especially Massachusetts, where it handles leasing and property management duties for numerous shopping center owners. The firm was recently awarded a major contract for 25 shopping centers purchased this summer by Dividend Capital Total Realty Trust, an assignment that covers 1.9 million sf in Cape Cod, Connecticut and Rhode Island. KeyPoint VP of leasing Don Mace is overseeing the Equity One account.

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