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West Side shopping center sells for $15.25 million

Mitchell Parton
West Side shopping center sells for $15.25 million

A New York investment group has purchased a West Side shopping center for $15.25 million. United Properties Corp., an East Meadow-based private real estate operating company under the name Western Hills Equities LLC., purchased the 127,645-square-foot Western Hills Marketplace June 3, according to Hamilton County auditor’s records. Anchor tenants of the center along Glenway Avenue include Dick’s Sporting Goods, Best Buy and Aldi, which recently signed a 10-year lease.