NAI Horizon represents landlord in long-term lease totaling 1.746M for blood plasma collection center in Mesa


PHOENIX, ARIZONA – NAI Horizon represented the landlord in a long-term lease for a blood plasma collection center at Red Mountain Plaza in Mesa.

NAI Horizon Vice President Matt Harper, CCIM, and Associate Michael Gaida represented Red Mountain Asset Fund I, LLC, of Santa Ana, California, in the long-term lease totaling $1.746 million.

The tenant, Octapharma Plasma, Inc. of Charlotte, N.C., will occupy 14,000-sqaure-feet at Red Mountain Plaza, 9124 E. Apache Trail in Mesa.

“This end cap is a former Fresh & Easy space and the landlord was extremely pleased with the negotiations and closing of the deal,” Harper said. “Other than a couple of land PAD opportunities, this retail center is 100 percent leased.”

Red Mountain Plaza is located on NEC of the Loop 202 and Apache Trail in Mesa. Major retailers in the center include Burger King, Dollar Tree, Rent-A-Center and O’Reilly Auto Parts.