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Smith’s Food & Drug Centers, Inc., has purchased the bulk of the property in Mari-Mac Village between Central Avenue and Trinity Drive.
Title Guaranty & Insurance Company at 1200 Trinity Dr., filed the special warranty deed in the Los Alamos County Clerk’s office conveying the property from Developers Diversified Realty of Ohio to Smith’s June 3. The plat indicating the perimeters of the property sold was filed in the clerk’s office July 9.
“We are the title company that issued the title and title insurance on the property,” Escrow Assistant Curtis Valencia said this morning. “We cannot disclose the sale price.”
The county clerk’s office explained that New Mexico is a nondisclosure state, meaning the sale price is not required on the deed.
Unofficial estimates put the sale price at $8.5-$9 million.
The only space Smith’s did not purchase in Mari-Mac Village is the 800 Trinity Building on the corner where Daniel’s Café, Ulli’s and other stores and offices are located.
“That’s a condominium building with multiple owners,” said Executive Director Kevin Holsapple of the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation.
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