Strip Center Rebrands After Investment By Management Company
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — It’s a new name for an old strip shopping center. The corner of Yamato and 441 will soon be known as “Yamato Corner.” It’s home to CVS, MedExpress, Dunkin Donuts, and more.
This is the media advisory just transmitted by CenterSquare Investment Management:
CenterSquare Investment Management today announced its investment in HSBC Plaza, a 46,000 square foot service property located at the well-trafficked corner of Yamato Road and U.S. Highway 441 in Boca Raton, FL. As part of its investment, CenterSquare intends to upgrade the facility and dramatically improve its presence in the market. Planned renovations, which will take place over the next six months, include new signage, painting, and landscaping. The enhanced property will be rebranded as the Shoppes at Yamato Corner.
“We are extremely excited for the opportunity to further upscale a well-regarded neighborhood property that serves the Boca Raton community in so many essential ways,” said CenterSquare’s Senior Vice President Robert Holuba. “Customers should expect an experience that combines significant visual appeal with the utmost convenience they have come to expect from today’s service providers. We look forward to growing our relationships with existing tenants and welcoming new businesses to the Shoppes at Yamato Corner.”
Existing tenants operate across the food and beverage, beauty, and health/medical sectors and include CVS Pharmacy, MedExpress Urgent Care, Sage Dental, West Boca Veterinarian Center, Studio Salon Bar, The Studio Massage Bar, Dunkin Donuts, Jimmy Brooklyn’s Pizza Parlor and Gary Woo Express.
HSBC Bank dramatically reduced its United States presence over the past several years.
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