Cimarron now under local ownership


About 87,000 square feet of space exists at Cimarron
Plaza and 25,000 square feet of leaseable space is still
available. Nineteen businesses currently are housed in
store fronts that range in size from 1,200 to 5,500
square feet.

The Cimarron Plaza shopping center, located adjacent to Walmart in north Hastings since 2007, is now under local ownership, which should give the plaza tenants and city development authorities a positive outlook for use of the space in the future.

Johnson-Imperial, a Hastings real estate developer, announced this week that its president Chris Johnson partnered with Fred Bosselman, CEO of Bosselman Energy, in acquiring the shopping center property from Hastings Consortium VII, a group of banks, as of Dec. 2. Dial Properties of Omaha originally developed the open-air shopping center at Cimarron in 2007.

"The Highway 281 corridor is a high-growth area, and we will be working hard to strengthen the shopping center in a manner that will benefit the community," Bosselman said.


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