Harrisburg West Shopping Center has been sold, with its new owner renaming it South Hampden Shopping Center.
Presbyterian Development LLC, based in Mechanicsburg, paid $9.1 million for the 118,514-square foot retail center at 3433 Simpson Ferry Road, Hampden Township, according to biznewsPA.
The seller was Springfield-based Sim Zim Associates LP; Bennett Williams Commercial handled the transaction.
Drew Bobincheck, president of Presbyterian Development, said the name change better reflects the location. Façade work on the shopping center will begin once the necessary permits are acquired, he said.
Bobincheck is also president of Equity Development Partners, which now manages the 11.67-acre property.
According to a listing from Bennett Williams, South Hampden Shopping Center – close to Routes 15 and 581 – is anchored by Aldi and AMC Theaters. It features a mix of national, regional and local tenants, including Big Lots.
Other traffic-generating retailers in the corridor, Bennett Williams said, are Dave & Buster’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Interiors Home.
Paula Wolf is a freelance writer