The 6.185-acre parcel, which is anchored by the grocer and multiple restaurant and retail tenants across 66,000 square feet of leasable space, was bought by Evans Mills Park LLC. The parent company self-describes as one of Florida's largest citrus operators, with a diverse portfolio of real estate investments and development projects throughout Central Florida. The buyer was advised by Ram Realty Services.
Calls to Evans Properties weren't returned for this story as of Wednesday afternoon.
It is not clear whether the sale is related to The Fresh Market agreeing to be bought by an affiliate of Apollo Global Management for roughly $1.4 billion. That deal was announced one day before the deed on this property was transferred.
The Market at Mills Park was built in 2013, and is part of a mixed-used development which includes The Gallery at Mills Park apartment complex (not included in this transaction).
The property was 93 percent leased at time of sale to tenants such as AT&T, PNC Bank, Giraffas, Pure Barre, Banfield Pet Hospital, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill and The Brass Tap.