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Jax Daily Record Thursday, Apr. 11, 201910:11 AM EST

Publix buys Windsor Commons shopping center

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The Hodges and Butler boulevards property is anchored by the supermarket chain.

Publix Super Markets Inc., through a limited liability company, bought the Windsor Commons shopping center that it anchors at northeast Hodges and Butler boulevards.

Real Sub LLC paid $21.5 million Tuesday for the 8.47-acre shopping center at 4765 Hodges Blvd. and the 1.42-acre site for the Walgreens pharmacy at 4715 Hodges Blvd.

Publix bought the property from the Chicago-based DWS property trust.

The 15,160-square-foot Walgreens was built in 2000.

The shopping center comprises three buildings.

The 37,000-square-foot supermarket and 23,670 square feet of retail shops were built in 2000. A 2,189-square-foot Starbucks coffee shop was built in 2018.

The properties are assessed at almost $9 million for tax purposes.

 

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