FAMILY DOLLAR | ATLANTA , GEORGIA

Purchase Price
$2,455,523
Location
226 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd
Cap Rate
5.65%
Annual Rent
$138,737.04
Building Size
8,000 SF
Land Area
0.91 Acres
Ownership
Fee Simple
Lease Type
Absolute NNN
Term Remainning
8.25 Years
LEASE EXPIRATION
06/30/2029
Renewal Options
Six (6) - Five (5) Year
RENT INCREASES
CPI Every 3 Years (6% Max)
Parking
27 Spaces
Year Built
2015
APN
14-0075-0001-158-6
Traffic Counts
10,604 VPD

INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

 

FAMILY DOLLAR LEASE:

  • Approximately 8.25 Years Remaining in the Initial 15 Year Lease Term
  • 2015 Construction - 8,000 SF
  • Six (6) - Five (5) Year Option Periods
  • Upgraded Brick Construction
 

A TRUE COUPON CLIPPER | ABSOLUTE NNN LEASE:

  • Absolute NNN Lease with ZERO Management Responsibilities
  • Tenant Pays for ALL Operating Expenses, Insurance & Property Taxes
 

RARE LEASE STRUCTURE - RENT INCREASES EVERY 3 YEARS:

  • CPI-Based Rental Increases Every 3 Years During Initial Lease Term and Option Periods
 

PROXIMITY TO OTHER MAJOR CITIES:

  • Marietta, Georgia | 20 Miles
  • Alpharetta, Georgia | 26 Miles
  • Athens, Georgia | 72 Miles
  • Columbus, Georgia | 107 Miles
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee | 118 Miles
  • Charlotte, North Carolina | 245 Miles
 

TRADE AREA DEMOGRAPHICS:

  • 1-Mile Population = 17,974 Residents
  • 1-Mile Average Household Income = $54,978
  • 1-Mile Annual Population Growth = 2.57% (12.85% Over the Next 5 Years)
  • 3-Mile Population = 161,680 Residents
  • 3-Mile Average Household Income = $79,313
  • 3-Mile Annual Population Growth = 2.07% (10.35% Over the Next 5 Years)
  • 5-Mile Population = 347,512 Residents
  • 5-Mile Average Household Income = $93,063
  • 5-Mile Annual Population Growth = 1.91% (9.55% Over the Next 5 Years)
 

TENANT:

  • Dollar Tree, Inc. (NASDAQ: DLTR) Features Investment Grade Credit (BBB) by Standard & Poor's
  • 15,685 Stores Across 48 States and Five Canadian Provinces as of December 31, 2020
  • Ranked #131 on Fortune 500 List
 

CREDIT RATING UPGRADE - DECEMBER 2020:

  • Standard & Poor's Recently Upgraded Dollar Tree's Credit Rating to BBB
  • Standard & Poor's Credits the Upgrade to Dollar Tree's Resilient Performance Throughout 2020's Government-Imposed Shutdowns, its Aggressive Debt Reduction Since Acquiring Family Dollar in 2015, and its Ongoing Store Renovations and Merchandising Improvements

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