Horizon Park retail space in Tampa, north of Raymond James Stadium at the intersection of Dale Mabry and West Hillsboro Avenue, has been sold. The price tag was $ 22 million and it closed on July 19, according to its new owner, Mishorim Gold Properties, a Wesley Chapel-based commercial rental company.
Stores at the 215,713 square foot mall include dd’s Discounts, Conn’s Home Plus, Northern Tool + Equipment, Guitar Center, Dollar General, Pizza Hut, and Sally Beauty. Two adjacent non-mall-related buildings, Wells Fargo and Applebee’s, were also included in the sale.
Another store is on its way. Two days after Mishorim Gold Properties bought the mall, Ross Dress for Less signed a lease for a 30,000 square foot facility previously owned by Youfit and Save-A-Lot, boosting occupancy rates from 86 percent to 98 percent, according to the data. to the news release.
“We love Tampa, the energy of the people and the spirit of the community,” developer and homeowner Mark Gold said in a statement. “We hope to make Horizon Park popular and become a leader in commercial retail real estate in the region.”
Mishorim Gold Properties is a partnership between Gold and Mishorim Investments that invests primarily in commercial and office real estate in Israel and the United States.
According to the announcement, Mishorim Gold Properties is proud to “bring old shopping malls back to life.” He recently acquired Grove Mall in Wesley Chapel and Holiday Mall in Holiday, adding new tenants and attractions to both, including an elite “cinema of the future” in Grove.
The firm plans to revamp Horizon Park with improved landscaping, exterior upgrades and “new unique tenants,” said spokesman Ben Norton.