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Kaiser Permanente Takes Retail Space

Kaiser Permanente signed a roughly 8,000-square-foot lease at Topaz Marketplace in Hesperia, CA. The retail deal covers 10 years, and is for a portion of former Fresh & Easy space.

The health care services company plans to provide behavioral health services at the location and expects to open by next summer . Built in 2008, the 43,000 square-foot Topaz Marketplace is home to a variety of health, beauty, fitness and food users.

Progressive Real Estate Partners’ Paul Su represented the lessor. JLL’s Brian Denton and The Bradco Co.’s Joseph Brady represented the lessee.

PREP’s Su says, “We are seeing more and more medical users like Kaiser select retail centers over the traditional medical office or hospital setting because they recognize the benefit of having a more prominent and accessible location and customers appreciate the convenience.”

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