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SITE Centers buys South Tampa, Fla., shopping center for $22M

Ohio-based real estate investment trust SITE Centers Corp. purchased Southtown Center, a shopping center on West Neptune Street in South Tampa, Fla., from an unnamed Australian core fund for $22 million, the Tampa Bay Business Journal reported, citing a deed filed in Hillsborough County court.

The 43,669-square-foot property is leased to tenants including Moe's Southwest Grill, Tropical Smoothie, Cold Stone Creamery, Weight Watchers, Massage Envy, Pure Barre, European Wax Center, Burger Monger, Davita and Century 21, according to the report.