Transwestern’s Atlanta office announced today the successful sale of Asbury Commons, a retail development located in metropolitan Jacksonville’s Green Cove Springs and totaling 55,273 square feet.

Kevin Markwordt and Jon Kleinberg, managing directors in Transwestern’s Atlanta office, represented the seller, a fund advised by Prudential Real Estate Investors. Bluejay Management, LLC purchased Asbury Commons for $6.3 million. 

“This Winn Dixie-anchored property offered the buyer a combination of stability and upside, with the ability to take the 88.3%-occupied center up to full occupancy by leasing up the remaining vacant small-shop spaces,” said Transwestern’s Markwordt. 

Asbury Commons is 74% leased by Winn Dixie, who has a grocery lease at the property through 2024 and a liquor store lease there through 2014.  Built in 2004 as the commercial epicenter for the Lake Asbury master-planned community, Asbury Commons features a contemporary design and quality construction.

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