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Marcus & Millichap Announces the Sale of The Shops at Southbay Marketplace, a 5,600-SF Retail Property in Chula Vista
Marcus & Millichap announced today the sale of The Shops at Southbay Marketplace, a 5,600-square-foot retail property located in Chula Vista, California
November 22, 2022
Seritage Might Have to Accept Price Discounts If It Hopes to Complete its Liquidation Sale
While Seritage assets are sure to create investor interest, a cloudy economic outlook and tighter financing availability are bound to be major factors in negotiations, market observers say.