Ocala, FL, October 11, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- What: An engaging, interactive event showcasing what the future holds for Market Street at Heath Brook. The first 100 attendees will receive gift bags in addition to being entered to win a shopping spree at Market Street. Lunch will be provided.
Who: Brokers, Retailers, Government Officials and the community of Ocala, FL.
Why: To introduce the community to the new ownership and management team (The MGHerring Group, Tricom Real Estate Group and Crossman & Company) while discussing future plans for Market Street at Heath Brook. Market Street at Heath Brook is Ocala’s premier shopping destination. The 685,000 square foot regional lifestyle center is anchored by Dillard’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods and major tenants such as Barnes & Noble, Ulta Beauty and DSW. The center is further strengthened with restaurants and name brand tenants that are a mix of national, regional and local merchants.
Where: Market Street at Heath Brook | Former Party City Space
4414 SW College Rd. #1170 | Ocala, FL
When: Thursday, October 17 | 11:00AM – 1:00PM
Cost: Complimentary | RSVP required for entry and must be received by October 16th. RSVP to Betsy Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
About The MGHerring Group
The MGHerring Group, based in Dallas, Texas, has developed more than 30 major shopping centers and regional malls in the United States and Mexico, totaling more than 28 million square feet of retail space. The MGHerring Group currently has projects in Texas, Georgia, Florida and Massachusetts.
About Tricom Real Estate Group
Based in Dallas, Texas, Tricom Real Estate Group acquires and asset manages regional shopping malls and power retail centers located throughout the U.S. Tricom specializes in significantly increasing the net operating income and subsequent value of these properties.
About Crossman & Company
Crossman & Company was founded in 1990 and is a regional shopping center brokerage firm which represents over 200 shopping centers in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina and North Carolina.