Gateway Village retail center sells for $69.5 million
This LA Fitness is one of the anchor tenants at Gateway Village, a 12-year-old retail center in Valencia. The center has been sold for $69.5 million. JH Real Estate Partners photo.
By Signal Staff
Thursday, April 13th, 2017

A Newport Beach investment group has purchased Gateway Village, a neighborhood shopping center at the intersection of Newhall Ranch and Rye Canyon roads, for $69.5 million in an off-market transaction.

Brokers Michelle Schierberl and Donald Ellis of the Irvine office of Colliers International represented the sellers, JH Real Estate Partners in Newport Beach, and buyers, Galois Group, a private investment group in Long Beach, according to Blau Journal, a real estate news provider.

JH Real Estate has owned, developed, and managed more than $1.5 billion in retail, multifamily, and land in California, according to its website.

The center, built in 2005, contains nearly 154,000 square feet of retail space, anchored by LA Fitness, Smart & Final Extra, Coffee Bean & Tea, The Habit, US Bank and Lindora Medical. It was developed by Newhall Land as part of Valencia Industrial Center, which has a total of 1,100 acres and eleven million square feet of industrial, office, and mixed-use space.

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This LA Fitness is one of the anchor tenants at Gateway Village, a 12-year-old retail center in Valencia. The center has been sold for $69.5 million. JH Real Estate Partners photo.

Gateway Village retail center sells for $69.5 million

A Newport Beach investment group has purchased Gateway Village, a neighborhood shopping center at the intersection of Newhall Ranch and Rye Canyon roads, for $69.5 million in an off-market transaction.

Brokers Michelle Schierberl and Donald Ellis of the Irvine office of Colliers International represented the sellers, JH Real Estate Partners in Newport Beach, and buyers, Galois Group, a private investment group in Long Beach, according to Blau Journal, a real estate news provider.

JH Real Estate has owned, developed, and managed more than $1.5 billion in retail, multifamily, and land in California, according to its website.

The center, built in 2005, contains nearly 154,000 square feet of retail space, anchored by LA Fitness, Smart & Final Extra, Coffee Bean & Tea, The Habit, US Bank and Lindora Medical. It was developed by Newhall Land as part of Valencia Industrial Center, which has a total of 1,100 acres and eleven million square feet of industrial, office, and mixed-use space.