Retail investor NewRiver Retail is to buy four shopping centres, including one in Wakefield, and two retail warehouses, including one in York, for £108m.
NewRiver has exchanged contracts to buy the Neptune Portfolio, which includes the Ridings Shopping Centre in Wakefield, the Cornmill Shopping Centre in Darlington and the Capitol Shopping Centre in Cardiff, for £92.3m.
It has also bought a retail warehouse adjacent to the Clifton Moor Retail Park in York for £4.7m, the Blenheim Shopping Centre in London for £6.9m and the Daventry Retail Park in Northamptonshire for an initial £4.1m.
The Clifton Moor Retail Park is currently let to discount retailer B&M.
NewRiver said: "The three retail assets each offer excellent value-enhancing asset management and development opportunities."
The acquisitions will be funded by a proposed conditional placing to raise £150m, which was announced earlier this month.
NewRiver said the shopping centres are home to a range of high quality retailers and anchor stores, including Next, Primark, Tesco, Morrisons, TK Maxx, Easy Gym and Boots.
David Lockhart, CEO of NewRiver Retail, said: "Following our recently over-subscribed £150m equity raise, we are delighted to announce the swift deployment of the majority of the proceeds into these strategic acquisitions.
"The Neptune Portfolio marks another major shopping centre portfolio acquisition for NewRiver and the combined acquisitions present a range of immediate value-enhancing asset management and risk controlled development opportunities. We are confident that these acquisitions will add significant long term value for our shareholders."
The Ridings Shopping Centre in Wakefield is a 320,000 sq ft covered multi-level shopping centre with 10 million annual footfall and a primary catchment population of 309,000 and a 1,070 space landlord controlled car park. Its key retailers are Primark, Morrisons, TK Maxx, Marks & Spencer and BHS.
The 25,000 sq ft York retail warehouse is adjacent to Clifton Moor Retail Park which is the fourth largest retail park in the UK.