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Chain Store Age – DLC makes its second big center purchase in a week

Chain Store Age, a trusted news source in the commercial real estate industry, recently published an article about DLC’s purchase of Colony Place in Plymouth Massachusetts.

The headline of the Chain Store Age article detailing DLC’s purchase of Colony Place

From the article, “Today, DLC announced its $86 million purchase of another 400,000-sq.-ft. property–Colony Place in Plymouth, Mass. Shadow-anchored by a Walmart, Colony Place’s key retail tenants include Aldi, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Old Navy, Ulta, Burlington, Bath & Body Works, and Mattress Firm. Its food-and-beverage menu lists Moe’s Southwest Grill, Panera Bread, Olive Garden, and Francisco Taco and Tequila.”

You can read that article here.

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