Grocery giant Publix bags real estate property; see where

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Publix Super Markets Inc. has made a real estate acquisition in a fast-growing area within Osceola County, with one of its own stores serving as the property’s featured tenant.

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Real Sub LLC, an entity related to the Lakeland-based grocery giant, bought the 121,445-square-foot, Publix-anchored Osceola Village for $36.05 million on Aug. 5.

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The seller was ECA Buligo Osceola Partners LP, an entity related to Tampa-based East Coast Acquisitions LLC, according to a deed posted to Osceola County public record.

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