Retail has been struggling under pressure from e-commerce but isn’t dead. Transwestern managing director John Bell closed on the $24.9 million sale of a shopping plaza in Central Florida.

The Winter Springs center has tenants immune to the rise of online shopping, said Bell, who is based in Miami. They are a gym, restaurants, an urgent care center and medical offices, and the plaza is anchored by a Publix supermarket.

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