Phoenix’s popular Uptown Plaza shopping center sells for $51.65M

By Catherine Reagor | Arizona Republic

Phoenix’s hopping Uptown Plaza shopping center has sold for $51.65 million.

The center, home to restaurant Flower Child and retailer West Elm, was built in 1955 by Del Webb on nine acres at the northeast corner of Camelback Road and Central Avenue. It was revamped a few years ago by Vintage Partners.

Phoenix-based Levine Investments, led by Bill Levine, paid cash for the center, which is anchored by AJ’s Fine Foods, according to public real-estate records filed Friday.

A spokeswoman for Levine said the company doesn’t comment on its properties.


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