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Europro Acquires Walker Square In Windsor, ON

Windsor January 27

On December 23, 2020, Europro acquired a well-position retail centre in Windsor, ON. Walker Square is a full-service site comprised of 260,000 square feet of retail space and over 670 parking spaces. A one-stop-shop for everyday necessities, the property offers visitors a variety of services and goods in a convenient location.

With our dedicated management team in Windsor, Walker Square provides Europro with the perfect opportunity to increase our retail presence in the market, supplementing Tecumseh Mall. “Adding properties to our portfolio that are a staple in the market allows us to have a positive impact on the community as a whole. Our efforts to maintain relationships and invest in our properties are a top priority,” stated Jesse Nathanson, Europro Vice President of Asset Management & Investments.

Walker Square is fully occupied by national tenants on long term leases. With the recent addition of Bath Depot, Winners and Princess Auto, the tenants include, Best Buy, Real Canadian Superstore, Michaels, Bulk Barn, and Ren’s Pet Depot. “As we continue to grow, our core values are still centered around satisfying tenants. We will use the same tailored approach to ensure each tenant is properly serviced and accommodated according to their needs,” revealed Nathanson.

As the deal culminated during a busy period in the year, it wouldn’t have been possible without the diligent efforts of the team at Choice Properties, Avison Young, and our consultants and lawyers. Their unmatched determination allowed us to complete the deal in an efficient and positive manner.

“Despite the unprecedented challenges that 2020 presented, we were thrilled to cap off the year on a high and take the positivity into 2021,” concluded Nathanson.

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