Photo courtesy of HFF

Sylvan Thirty, the shopping center that Oak Cliff-based developer Oaxaca Interests built in 2012, is for sale.

Oaxaca Interests sold the Sylvan Thirty apartment complex two years ago.

The property has 47,529 square feet and 20 retail and restaurant spaces. It’s 80 percent leased, according to commercial real estate company Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LLC.

The online flyer also contains some startling demographic information.

According to HFF:

$700,000 is the average list price for homes in Kessler Park

The population within a 3-mile radius of Sylvan Thirty is expected to grow by 10,000 people between 2018 and 2022, when it will be 142,350.

The average household income within a 3-mile radius is over $80,000.

The median age is 33.

More than 25,000 cars pass the corner of Sylvan and Fort Worth Avenue daily.

More than $1 billion in public and private investments “pour into the area.”

Click on “executive summary” here to open the flyer.