The massive Walmart Supercenter in Bedford was acquired Friday, Nov. 17, by real estate developers Chris Semarjian and Stuart Lichter.
The business partners recently sold much of the former Randall Park Mall site, after demolishing the mall, for construction of an Amazon fulfillment center, one of their many massive industrial real estate projects over the last 20 years.
“This is just down the street,” Semarjian said in a phone interview about the Walmart Supercenter property at 22209 Rockside Road. “I’m so happy. It’s in beautiful shape. Randall Park was hard work. This is a question of fine-tuning.”
The 200,000-square-foot building sits on 23 acres. It was constructed in 2008 and renovated in 2015. It has modern lighting and skylights, and it’s fully air-conditioned and equipped for heavy power for the grocery section. Walmart shut the supercenter in 2016.