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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 07-11-2019

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CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | JULY 11-17, 2019 THE VALLEY 19 The company purchased the mall property at 622 George Washington Highway from MB Lincoln Mall LLC in late June for $55.7 million. That price includes the main mall, Ocean State Job Lot building, Stop & Shop, Santander and McDonald's, but not Target. MB Lincoln Mall LLC, a subsid- iary of Highlands REIT Inc., had been the owner on record since 2006 when they acquired the property for $61.4 million. They entered into an agreement to sell the Lincoln Mall to Acadia in February for a gross sale price of $57 million. According to the new owner's web- site, Acadia Realty owns one other property in R.I., a 225,000-square- foot shopping plaza located at 650 Bald Hill Road in Warwick, part of the Rhode Island Mall. Tenants in the center include Dick's Sporting Goods, Burlington and Planet Fitness. A first quarter update provided by the real estate investment trust in May said the Lincoln Mall was under contract for $56 million. "As the dominant center in the region, this higher-yielding asset has a diverse mix of necessity, entertain- ment, food and soft goods retailers to complement the strong anchor ten- ancy," a company press release reads. Representatives from Acadia and the mall's property manager did not return request for comment on the acquisition or their plans for the future of the Lincoln Mall property. The Lincoln Mall has been in operation since the 1970s, undergoing a major transformation following its 2006 sale when the shopping center was turned into a hybrid indoor- outdoor mall. In addition to a number of retail tenants like Five Below, Marshalls, and Dollar Tree, the property includes a variety of restaurants and newer, fast-casual eateries that include Chili's, Capriotti's Sandwich Shop, Chipotle Mexican Grill, IHOP, Five Guys, Asia Grille and Starbucks. MALL From Page One St. Ann offering chowder and clamcakes WOONSOCKET – On Saturday, July 20, come to the St. Ann Arts and Cultural Center at 84 Cumberland St. any time between 1 and 7 p.m. to enjoy a Rhode Island favorite of chowder and clamcakes, with coleslaw and watermelon. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. They are available at Bileau's Flowers, The Honey Shops, Salon Royale, Vose True Value Hardware, on Sunday after- noons at the center or online at www.stannartsandculturalcenter. org . The event will be held in the lower auditorium. The St. Ann Arts and Cultural Center is also proud to announce that TripAdvisor, the largest "social travel website" in the world, has awarded the center with a 2019 Certificate of Excellence for the consistent achievement of ratings from travelers. Visit TripAdvisor to see what people are saying about the St. Ann Arts and Cultural Center. Toastmasters will meet Saturday CUMBERLAND – The Saturday Brunch Bunch Toastmasters club will meet Saturday, July 13, from 9:20 to 11:30 a.m. at the Cumberland Public Library, Hayden Center, 1464 Diamond Hill Road. The public is welcome. Email sbbtm31@gmail.com with questions. Play dough fun at Lincoln Library Friday LINCOLN – On Friday, July 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., kids ages 4 and older are invited to visit play dough stations in the Lincoln Public Library's Children's Program Room, 145 Old River Road. Challenges will be set up for kids to complete picture puzzles on laminated mats. No registration is required. Letters to the Editor Letters to the Editor are welcome from readers. Please: • Limit to 500 words. Longer letters may appear online only. • Letters on local or state topics and issues will take precedence over those on national issues. • No more than one letter per person every 8 weeks, please. • All letters must be signed and include a hometown. 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