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Crossroads Center Now Fully Leased

Crossroads Center Now Fully Leased

Crossroads Center, a mixed-use shopping center located at the intersection of South Kerr Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard, is now fully leased. The center was renovated and refurbished in 2016. The center is home to a variety of local businesses including Grinders Caffè, The Wine Sampler, Hibachi To Go, and Round Bagels and Donuts. Townhouse Art & Frame Center, which is a family-owned business that offers picture framing and design, is the latest addition to Crossroads Center. Cody Cress and Tyler Pegg of The CRESS Group of Coldwell Banker Commercial Sun Coast Partners represent Landmark Commercial, the Landlord and owner of Crossroads Center.

Johanna Cano from the Greater Wilmington Business Journal published an article last Friday, April 12 about the mixed-use center. In the article, Cano reports:

“‘We currently have a full house at Crossroads Center with an exciting mix of established local Wilmington-based businesses,’ said Tyler Pegg, The CRESS Group adviser and broker, in an email. ‘Each tenant provides a unique service to the neighborhood center and the community around it.’

One of the features of Crossroads Center that has attracted tenants is its location, which can be easily accessed, said Cody Cress, vice president and adviser at The CRESS Group.

‘Its very close proximity to UNCW is probably the No. 1 reason,’ Cress said about why businesses choose to lease at the shopping center. ‘It’s in the center of the county making it easily accessible to everybody, from Monkey Junction to downtown to Mayfaire. It has access to College Road and is easy to get to and easy to ride to where it is…’

The businesses that reside at Crossroads Center all complement each other, Cress said.

‘We wanted to bring businesses together that could help connect each other,’ Cress said. ‘We saw it as a neighborhood center. The businesses there appeal to the community at large but also the neighborhood, which is inclusive of UNCW with its student population.'”

Click here to read the full article from the Greater Wilmington Business Journal.

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