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ACQUISITIONS & DISPOSITIONS


As our case studies attest, PEBB has had great success with the redevelopment and repositioning of sub-performing and underperforming assets across the retail and mixed-use space. our case studies

Put simply, we seek assets where we can both add value and enhance the offer.

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Additionally, the department is responsible for the sale of properties within PEBB's active portfolio.

April 9, 2018

News Release: PEBB Propels Past $50M in Dispositions in the First Quarter

PEBB Enterprises had a busy first quarter, closing on four separate transactions to four different buyers, totaling over $50 million.  PEBB’s banner quarter included the sale ...

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March 12, 2018

News Release: PEBB Sells Single-Tenant Building for $3.45M

PEBB Enterprises has sold a single tenant property in Ft. Lauderdale, currently occupied by City Mattress for $3.45 million. The 7,731 square-foot, freestanding single-tenant ...

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March 9, 2018

SCT Transactions Roundup: Some of the past week’s more notable retail property transactions

Boca Raton, Fla.–based Pebb Enterprises sold the second phase of Marketplace at Four Corners, in Bainbridge Township, Ohio, for $15.8 million. The 116,400-square-foot shopping ...

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March 6, 2018

News Release: PEBB Enterprises Finalizes Sale of Cleveland-Area Shopping Center

PEBB Enterprises sells Marketplace at Four Corners “Phase II” to RE Aurora Ohio Family LLC for $15.8 million.  The closing was finalized yesterday. Four Corners is a 116,436 ...

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February 7, 2018

South Florida Business Journal: PEBB Enterprises Sold Redeveloped Center

Boca Raton-based PEBB Enterprises sold a 192,000-square-foot redeveloped community center in Cincinnati to Ohio-based Stark Enterprises for $29.1 million. www.pebbenterprises.com. ...

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January 26, 2018

Shopping Centers Today: PEBB Enterprises Sells Center

Boca Raton, Fla.–based PEBB Enterprises sold a 192,000-square-foot, redeveloped community center called 32 East, to Cleveland-based Stark Enterprises for $29.1 million. The ...

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