Northgate Mall drew a high bid of $11.5 million during an online auction and a sale is expected to close within two weeks.
An official of General Growth Properties, the Chicago-based company that has owned the mall since 2000, declined to say who offered the winning bid.
"Divesting ourselves of this property allows GGP to focus on its core properties in strategic markets across the country," said David Keating, GGP's vice president of corporate communications.
The mall's starting bid was $9 million in the online auction, which began Monday.
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