DALE CITY, VA-Palm Beach, FL-based Sterling Organization has acquired two grocery-anchored properties in Prince William County in an off-market trade with Regency Centers, based in Jacksonville, FL. The two properties, which total 261,352 square feet, sold for $40 million. Located about four miles apart, they are the Market at Opitz Crossing, in Woodbridge, and Cheshire Station, in the heart of Dale City.

Market at Opitz Crossing is 155,758 square feet and is situated at the intersection of Jefferson Davis Highway and Opitz Boulevard. Cheshire Station is 105,594 square feet and is located at the intersection of Minnieville Road and Dale Boulevard.

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