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L.A. Investor Buys Center; The Food Just Keeps Coming

Investor Brittanya McCall Razavi of Los Angeles is the new owner of the historic Heritage Square retail center in downtown Fallbrook, after acquiring the property at 507 S. Main Ave. and 110-122 W. Beech St. for approximately $1.37 million. According to Lee & Associates, whose brokers Al Apuzzo, Patrick Miller and Matt Weaver represented seller Heritage Square Investments, the buyer plans to hold the 7,884-square-foot property for future development.

At Liberty Station in Point Loma, restaurateur James Markham’s JM Concepts plans a late July opening for two new eateries, called Doughballs and Crackheads, slated to join the lineup at the multivendor Liberty Public Market. In the market’s eastern dining hall, Doughballs will serve wood-fired pizzas, and Crackheads will feature gourmet breakfast sandwiches and a build-your-own cereal bar with a Pop Tarts station.

In Hillcrest, owner Regency Centers Corp. recently announced new tenants at The Hub Hillcrest Market retail property on University Avenue. They include Whistling Duck Tavern, serving Asian-fusion food and craft beers, which opened in April in a 2,082-square-foot space; and Rolled Up, featuring “burrito-sized sushi rolls” served with dipping sauces, opening in July in a 1,661-square-foot space. Those join the previously announced CycleBar indoor cycling studio, opening later this month in a 2,632-square-foot space.

In Encinitas, the fast-casual eatery Corner Bakery Cafe recently opened at 1476 Encinitas Blvd., in the newly remodeled Village Square retail center. Operated by franchisee David Beshay, it is the fifth San Diego County location for the Dallas-based chain, which has nearly 200 company-owned and franchised locations nationwide.

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