RIVERVIEW, Fla. – Crossman & Company, one of the Southeast’s largest retail leasing, property management and investment sales firms, has added Rivercrest Commons and Mainstream Station from Nicklaus of Florida, Inc. to its impressive property management and leasing portfolio.
Rivercrest Commons, a 77,800 square-foot shopping destination at 11460 S US Hwy 301, is centrally located in Riverview, one of Tampa Bay’s fastest growing residential markets. Riverview’s residential population has increased by nearly 20 percent since 2010.
The center is anchored by a 45,600 square-foot Publix Super Market. The property is a mile and a half from I-75 with high visibility along a major thoroughfare that sees an average of 39,547 vehicles per day.
“A grocery-anchored shopping center in a popular, fast-growing suburban area is a strong addition to Nicklaus of Florida’s growing portfolio,” said Crossman & Company Senior Associate Sandra Woodworth.
In addition to Publix, the property includes dining. medical and retail tenants such as Heartland Dental and Keke’s Breakfast Café.
There is 2,000 square-feet available in the outparcel building adjacent to Heartland Dental. In addition, the landlord will be constructing 3,500 square feet adjacent to Keke’s in-line with Publix.
Built in 2008, Mainstream Station is located at 5226-5250 4th St. N in St. Petersburg. The 15,078 square-foot retail center sits on 1.7 acres in the South Pinellas submarket.
The retail center is occupied by necessity-based retail tenants as well as options for shopping and dining including the popular Metro Diner. There is space available that belonged to Uncle Maddio’s.
“Mainstream Station’s prominent location with a strong tenant mix is perfect for our client’s diverse portfolio of top of the line retail properties,” added Woodworth.
Nicklaus of Florida, Inc. of St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. is the former owner of the well-known Sirata Beach Resort on St. Pete Beach. After selling the resort earlier this year, the group has been building a diverse portfolio of quality real estate properties in the St. Petersburg-Tampa Bay area as well as North Carolina and South Carolina.
The experienced Crossman & Company team has shown the ability to connect owners and client landlords with desired brands and retailers. Crossman & Company was also chosen to provide accountings services for Trader Joe’s and the Vitamin Shoppe in St. Petersburg.
Serving Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia with offices in Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Boca Raton, Fla. and Atlanta Ga., Crossman & Company has experience in retail and office leasing, property management and investment sales of shopping centers, single-tenant, triple-net assets, as well as mixed-use and lifestyle properties.
For more information contact Sandra Woodworth at 813.210.7509 or email@example.com. Visit www.crossmanco.com.
Mike Bonts Public Relations