ATLANTIC COMMERCIAL GROUP COMPLETES SALE OF WALMART OUTPARCEL IN NORTH LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA

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ATLANTIC COMMERCIAL GROUP COMPLETES SALE OF WALMART OUTPARCEL IN NORTH LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
North Lauderdale, Florida
 
Published Thursday, May 10, 2018
by Gary Broidis

Delray Beach, FL – Gary Broidis, Principal of Delray Beach-based Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc. announced the sale of the last remaining outparcel to the Super Walmart in North Lauderdale.  The outparcel consisted of one outparcel of 1.2 acres fronting directly on W. McNab Road and located immediately in front of the existing Walmart Supercenter at the same location. The Buyer was Arena Capital Holdings and will be developed for a retail use.

According to Mr. Broidis, “this outparcel represented a great opportunity for Arena to own and develop this property along with the additional parcels that Atlantic previously sold to Arena.” Additional outparcels have been sold and have already been developed for AutoZone, Burger King and Mattress Firm.

For more information, please visit www.atlanticcg.com or contact Gary Broidis at Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc.

Walmart Supercenter Aerial, North Lauderdale, FL

Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc. specializes in the brokerage and development of retail and office properties in South Florida.  Additional services include national tenant representation, landlord representation and development consulting.

 For more information, please contact:  Gary Broidis @ Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc.

98 SE 6th Avenue | Ste. 2 | Delray Beach | FL | 33483 | 561-447-8610 | gary@atlanticcg.com

 

 


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