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Two Salisbury Shopping Centers See Change

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SALISBURY, Md.- Two retail shopping centers in Salisbury are seeing a change in ownership. The College Square Shopping Center near Salisbury University was purchased by a new landlord a month ago. The Twilley Shopping Center on Civic Avenue, was recently listed for auction, according to the website auction.com . The bidding for the Twilley Shopping Center begins on December 1st and ends on December 3rd. 

Business owners in the College Square Retail Shopping Center said they have experienced a smooth transition and are optimistic about the change in ownership. Primo Hoagies Manager, Scott Reddish said, " They've come by and addressed us, they asked us if we had any problems already. They've already helped us out in a couple situations, so I feel the more they help us out, the more that we can get help in here too and bring business here."

Just a few miles away, business owners in the Twilley Shopping Center on Civic Avenue learned early Friday, the shopping center was placed up for auction. Lombardi's Pizza owner, Charles Glaman said he was stunned when he learned the news on the Internet, " I was a little surprised, I just found out this morning. I don't know what I can really say, it's gonna happen. Obviously, we'd like to know whether or not our rent will stay the same of if it's going to go up, and whether existing leases will be honored." 

Calls for comment to Rinnier Development, the company handling the online auction for the Twilley Shopping Center and to Rockford Capital Partners, the owners of College Square have not been returned.
 

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