Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Small Shopping Center In Hampton Sells For $1.3 Million

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HAMPTON-A retail shopping center in Hampton has recently changed hands.

On June 20, it was announced that the Mercury Shopping Center on Mercury Boulevard is under new ownership.

Mercury Shops, LLC purchased the shopping center from Nellie Gray Trust & Three Way LLC for $1,375,000 as an investment.

The 14,750 square foot building located at 3001-3011 W. Mercury Blvd. is home to several businesses, including Domino’s Pizza, the custom sign store Sign Central, and the American General financial services company.

Earlier in June, two Gloucester shopping centers were also sold, The Shoppes at Gloucester on Market Drive as well as a small shopping center on George Washington Memorial Highway that is home to Sherwin-Williams, Mattress Firm, and the Helping the Homeless thrift store.

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