Enfield Mall bought by Long Island real-estate company

ENFIELD, Mass. (WWL) – The Enfield Square Mall is now under new ownership.

The mall was sold at auction in December for $10.9 million.

Read More: The Enfield Square Mall in Connecticut sold

Long Island-based real-estate investment firm, Namdar Realty Group, announced on their website January 8 that the mall was the group’s most recent acquisition.

According to Enfield records, before Namdar, Centro Enfield purchased the land in 2006 for $82 million.

Namdar owns 43 malls in various states around the country, but the Enfield Mall is the company’s first Connecticut mall.

The group also owns several open-air retail shops, office buildings, and buildings with single tenants leasing them in addition to several residential and mixed-use buildings throughout the New York City area.

In total, the group is said to own and manage over 37 million square feet of commercial real estate.

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