The property houses four businesses including Miriam’s Jewelry and JuiceBox.
TSG Realty purchased 1958 San Marco Blvd. in San Marco Square for $3 million, TSG Realty Property Manager Pamela Howard said July 12.
TSG purchased the property from New Deco Two LLC, managed by Husein Cumber.
1958 San Marco is leased by Miriam’s Jewelry, Wolf & Tonic Barbershop, JuiceBox and The Spice and Tea Exchange.
TSG owns the adjacent building at 1950 San Marco Blvd., which houses Definition Fitness, Edward Jones and Fuji Sushi. It also owns several other properties in the neighborhood, according to its website.
Howard said the company had “a longstanding desire” to add to its holdings in San Marco.
“This is a very high demand trade area at an iconic local destination,” Howard said via email. “With the upcoming East San Marco Publix and major growth along the Southbank, we see San Marco as one of the best locations in the city.”
It last sold in 2019 for $2,225,000.
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