Direct harvests investment return and successfully exits Market Heights in Harker Heights, Texas

HARKER HEIGHTS, TEXAS – HFF has arranged the sale of and acquisition financing for Market Heights, a 412,645-square-foot retail power center in Harker Heights, a suburb of Killeen. The property, which was completed in 2007, is anchored by Ross Dress for Less, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Bed Bath & Beyond, Barnes & Noble, Cinemark, Old Navy, ULTA and Petco. Market Heights is shadow-anchored by Target. Located at 201 E. Central Expressway, the asset offers proximity to State Highway 190, as well as the nearby cities of Fort Hood and Temple. HFF both represented the seller, Direct Development, and secured the buyer, Cole Credit Property Trust IV. Kevin MacKenzie and Adam Herrin of HFF led the team that arranged the acquisition financing through Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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