East Bay retail centers are bought for more than $100 million

La Fiesta Square, a retail complex totaling 74,300 square feet at 21 Lafayette Circle in Lafayette. Lafayette Mercantile, a retail and office center totaling 56,600 square feet at 3585 through 3597 Mt. Diablo Blvd. in Lafayette. (Newmark)

LAFAYETTE — Two retail centers at prime locations in the East Bay city of Lafayette have been bought by a veteran real estate investment firm from the Midwest in a deal that tops $100 million.

La Fiesta Square and Lafayette Mercantile have been bought by affiliates that are controlled by SITE Centers, a real estate investment trust, according to documents filed on May 3 with the Contra

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