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BUFFALO, NY-PDQ Kenleon Delton LLC, an investment group based in Hallandale Beach, Florida, has purchased a Town of Tonawanda plaza for $4.5 million. The plaza, which measures 55,473 square feet, is situated on Delaware Avenue.

Del-Ton Station Inc., an associate of Phillips Edison, was the previous owner of the plaza. Rite Aid, Valu Home Centers, Dollar Tree and KeyBank occupy space in the property. PDQ Kenleon Delton has retained Property Management Associates of Western New York to control the plaza. For the full story, go to Buffalo Business First .

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