Commercial Real Estate

Westwood Shopping Center 'changing hands,' say current owners

By Staff Report, posted 5 months ago

A longtime Fayetteville shopping center is getting new owners. 

Westwood Shopping Center has been a popular shopping destination for 47 years hosting both chains and small, local businesses throughout the time. 

The Player family, who owns the center, made the official announcement in a Facebook post on Monday night. 

It reads, “Thank you from the Player family. After owning the Westwood Shopping Center for 47 years, the ownership will soon change hands. It has been our blessing to be able to provide a place for people to make their dreams come true by becoming business owners and giving our community a place to work, dine and play.

“All our best, Lonnie Player, Sr., Henry Player, Jr., Meredith Player Stiehl and Lonnie Player, Jr.” 

The center has not yet announced who the new owners will be. 

For more information on the shopping center, visit https://www.westwoodsc.com/

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