Monday, December 6, 2010
Pensacola, Florida - Our Net Lease Properties information today is somewhat of a change. Normally we see a REIT, Investment Groups, Global Investors or Pension Funds purchasing triple net lease properties. However in Pensacola, Florida we found a Retail shopping Center to be acquired by Publix. Publix is the Tenant of plenty of triple net lease properties across the southeast. They do own some of their Retail Shopping Center Stores.
Publix purchased the ground lease for the retail shopping center at 13390 Perdido Key Dr. This net lease property is known as The Shops at Perdido Key. This Net Lease Investment is a 53,003 square-foot Publix-anchored retail shopping center. The Net Lease Investment sold for $7.95 Million. Commercial Real Estate Brokers helped procure the sale of this prime net lease investment. The net lease investment seller was an undisclosed (LLC) limited liability company that was based in Florida. The retail shopping center was built in 2010. Publix had a 20-year absolute NNN ground lease with rent increases in year 11. There were also options that could extend the lease up to 80 years on this net leased property.
We receive plenty of inquires from commercial real estate investors seeking NNN Investment Property with a Publix or Kroger anchor in a Retail Shopping Center. We understand this net lease investment in Pensacola had numerous offers instantly. These NNN lease investments go under contract quickly.
Under this net lease property, Publix had the first-right of refusal. Once the net lease property was marketed, Publix stepped into the contract and accepted the terms and pricing. Some Commercial real estate brokers are seeing more tenants exercising first rights of refusals or options to buy. A Company like Publix probably has plenty of cash on hand. So without many opportunities for investing, many Companies are getting into triple net lease properties.
Pensacola is the western city in the Florida Panhandle and the county seat of Escambia County, Florida. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 56,255 and as of 2006, the estimated population was 53,248 driving foot traffic for triple net lease properties. However, the Pensacola–Ferry Pass–Brent Metropolitan Statistical Area, comprising Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, had a population of 439,877.
We offer single tenant, net leased properties to qualified buyers. "NNN" Triple Net Lease Properties located on primary thoroughfares in heavy retail corridors with excellent visibility make for fine investments. Also, NNN Lease Investments with No Landlord responsibilities in a strong retail area with an above average household income and long term net leases are highly desirable. "NNN" Triple Net Lease Properties can be purchased individually or on a portfolio basis.
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