Samsondale Plaza shopping center sold for $26.5 million





The Samsondale Plaza shopping center in West Haverstraw has been sold for $26.5 million.

The 156,185 square foot property is located at 45 South Route 9W and is 91% leased. Stop & Shop is the main store on the property and other tenants include Advance Auto, Dollar Tree, Mandee, New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, Sally Beauty Supply and Sports Clips.

JLL Capital Markets marketed the property for the seller, a joint venture between Mark Holdings LLC and Paragon Realty Group LLC. A subsidiary of Northeast Capital Group acquired the property.

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