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Seldin Company, Investors Realty team up to facilitate $10-million shopping center buy in Kansas City

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A partnership between Jasper Stone Partners and Agman Partners recently purchased the Stateline Station Shopping Center in Kansas City for $10.75 million.

A partnership between Jasper Stone Partners and Agman Partners recently purchased the Stateline Station Shopping Center in Kansas City for $10.75 million.

Ember Grummons of Investors Realty represented Jasper Stone Partners, while Jon Pesce and Kevin Rhodes of Seldin Company represented Agman Partners as the buyer. Paul Mulligan of Cormac Company and Rob Luellen of Quantum Development assisted in the acquisition. The seller was M & I Bank. The property was originally developed by the Cormac Company of Omaha.

The property contains about 163,000 square feet on 16.78 acres, and is currently 78-percent occupied.

Brian Morrissey, Jasper Stone Partners senior vice president of real estate, said, “The Kansas City market has proven to be an excellent long-term market for regional and national retailers. Stateline Station Shopping Center is an excellent location for consumers and a very competitive cost structure for retailers.”