Monday, September 15, 2014

Lower Greenville property sold to investor for new project


The former service station is just a couple of blocks from the Trader Joe's store. (Steve Brown)
A high-profile Lower Greenville property has been purchased by an investor that already has a big stake in the area.
Centric Capital Partners has bought the southwest corner of Greenville and Belmont avenues, right across from the Walmart Neighborhood Market.
The 22,000-square-foot property is occupied by a Shell service station that recently closed. It’s just a couple of blocks from the Trader Joe’s store.
Ross Golman of SHOP Cos. brokered the sale with Centric’s Robert Williams.
Centric also owns the vacant building at Greenville and Ross Avenue that previously housed a liquor store.
Pet Supplies Plus has rented the 7,900-square-foot space for a retail location.
And Centric has completed remodeling of the retail building on Greenville near Vanderbilt Avenue that previously housed the Goody Goody liquor store.