Thompson Thrift Retail Group, a wholly-owned company of Indianapolis-based Thompson Thrift, announced Monday the sale of Sunrise Promenade, a retail shopping center in Peoria.
The property was sold to an undisclosed buyer for $18.25 million.
Located near Lake Pleasant Parkway and Happy Valley Road, Sunrise Promenade is anchored by the international supermarket chain Aldi and features 26,852 square feet of multitenanted space.
The development includes several national, regional and local retailers and restaurants such as Black Rock Coffee Bar, Club Pilates, Sherwin-Williams, Dip Nail Spa, Harumi Sushi, Wow Wow Hawaiian Lemonade, Stretch Labs, Butta Cakes, Pearle Vision and several others.
Sunrise Promenade is the retail component of a master-planned development that includes Grandstone at Sunrise, a new luxury-leased villa-style community currently under construction by Thompson Thrift’s multifamily business unit.
“We were able to command an impressive sales price based on the property’s excellent positioning in the market and synergy from our neighboring multifamily community,” Chris Hake, senior vice president, director of the Southwest region of Thompson Thrift, said in a news release. “We received strong interest from multiple buyers, and I look forward to finding another opportunity to work in Peoria.”
Thompson Thrift Retail Group is a full-service real estate development company focused on ground-up commercial and mixed-use development across the Midwest, Southeast and Southwest.
The company is well-established in Arizona with several retail and multifamily properties throughout the state including more than $350 million in projects under construction and under contract across the Phoenix metro, including projects in Glendale, Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Tucson, Casa Grande and Peoria.
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