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Dollar General | Absolute Net Lease | Sacramento MSA | Ranked Top 3% in the Chain | Affluent Area

176 E Grant Ave, Winters (Sacramento MSA), CA 95694

Listing Price: $2,934,091

Cap Rate
5.50%
Tenant Name
Dollar General
Years Remaining On Lease
7.0
Gross SF
9,100
Guarantor
Corporate Guarantee
Rentable SF
9,100
Price/Gross SF
$322.43
Lease Type
Absolute Net
Rent Per Square Feet
$17.73

Investment Overview

Winters is a city in rural Yolo County, and the western Sacramento Valley, in northern California. The population of Winters was 6,624 as of the 2010 Census. It is part of the Sacramento–Arden-Arcade–Yuba City, CA-NV Combined Statistical Area. Winters is a small city located on Putah Creek in the western Sacramento Valley, near the northeastern Vaca Mountains foothills. It is situated along Interstate 505, 11 miles from Vacaville. Winters is nearly 30 miles from Sacramento and about 60 miles from San Francisco, California. The Greater Sacramento area refers to a metropolitan region in Northern California comprising either the U.S. Census Bureau defined Sacramento–Roseville–Arden-Arcade metropolitan statistical area or the larger Sacramento–Roseville combined statistical area, the latter of which consists of seven counties, namely Sacramento, Yolo, Placer, El Dorado, Sutter, Yuba, and Nevada counties. It is also located in one of the world’s most important agricultural areas. The region’s eastern counties are located in Gold Country, site of the California Gold Rush. Since the late 20th century, it has been one of the fastest growing urban regions in the United States as Sacramento continues to emerge as a distinct metropolitan area. In the 1990s, the metro area experienced a growth of just over 20%, with subsequent growth remaining above 10% per decade. In the 2020 Census, the metropolitan region had a population of 2,680,831.

Investment Highlights

  • Absolute Net Lease (Zero Landlord Obligations) 10% Rental Increases at Each of the Options. Strong Performing Location Per Placer.ai: Ranked Top 3% in the Chain Nationally based on Foot Traffic.
  • Positioned Along Area's Traffic & Retail Corridor. Features Easy Access and Excellent Visibility with Daily Traffic Counts Exceeding 14k Vehicles. In Close Proximity to Interstate-505 (26k+ VPD).
  • Ranked #91 on the Fortune 500 List. Dollar General (NYSE: DG) Features Investment Grade Credit Rating "BBB" by S&P's and Annual Revenue Exceeding $34.22 Billion.
  • Near UC Davis - Recognized as a Public Ivy University, with a Student Population of more than 40k. Ranked first in the Area of Agricultural Economics and Policy Research.
  • Walking Distance from Winters Joint Union High School, with an Enrollment of more than 470+ Students, providing for an Increased Potential Customer Base due to the Daily Commute of Parents, Students, and Teachers.
  • Affluent Area: Features an Average Household Income of more than $115k within a 5-Mile Radius.
  • Located within Yolo County - Located in the Heart of a Rich Agricultural Area, famous for its Vineyards, Wine Tours, Restaurants, and Cultural Events.
  • Near Numerous Public Hotspots including Berryessa Gap Vineyards, Winters Museum, Rotary Park, Winters Putah Creek Nature Park, Blue Oak Park and many more.

Exclusively Listed By

  • Alvin N. Mansour

    Executive Managing Director Investments

    (858) 373-3184

    Email Alvin

    License(s): CA: 01391653, TX: 0606255

    San Diego

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Dollar General | Absolute Net Lease | Sacramento MSA | Ranked Top 3% in the Chain | Affluent Area

Listing Price: $2,934,091

Cap Rate
5.50%
Tenant Name
Dollar General
Years Remaining On Lease
7.0
Gross SF
9,100
Guarantor
Corporate Guarantee
Rentable SF
9,100
Price/Gross SF
$322.43
Lease Type
Absolute Net
Rent Per Square Feet
$17.73

Investment Highlights

  • Absolute Net Lease (Zero Landlord Obligations) 10% Rental Increases at Each of the Options. Strong Performing Location Per Placer.ai: Ranked Top 3% in the Chain Nationally based on Foot Traffic.
  • Positioned Along Area's Traffic & Retail Corridor. Features Easy Access and Excellent Visibility with Daily Traffic Counts Exceeding 14k Vehicles. In Close Proximity to Interstate-505 (26k+ VPD).
  • Ranked #91 on the Fortune 500 List. Dollar General (NYSE: DG) Features Investment Grade Credit Rating "BBB" by S&P's and Annual Revenue Exceeding $34.22 Billion.
  • Near UC Davis - Recognized as a Public Ivy University, with a Student Population of more than 40k. Ranked first in the Area of Agricultural Economics and Policy Research.
  • Walking Distance from Winters Joint Union High School, with an Enrollment of more than 470+ Students, providing for an Increased Potential Customer Base due to the Daily Commute of Parents, Students, and Teachers.
  • Affluent Area: Features an Average Household Income of more than $115k within a 5-Mile Radius.
  • Located within Yolo County - Located in the Heart of a Rich Agricultural Area, famous for its Vineyards, Wine Tours, Restaurants, and Cultural Events.
  • Near Numerous Public Hotspots including Berryessa Gap Vineyards, Winters Museum, Rotary Park, Winters Putah Creek Nature Park, Blue Oak Park and many more.

Investment Overview

Winters is a city in rural Yolo County, and the western Sacramento Valley, in northern California. The population of Winters was 6,624 as of the 2010 Census. It is part of the Sacramento–Arden-Arcade–Yuba City, CA-NV Combined Statistical Area. Winters is a small city located on Putah Creek in the western Sacramento Valley, near the northeastern Vaca Mountains foothills. It is situated along Interstate 505, 11 miles from Vacaville. Winters is nearly 30 miles from Sacramento and about 60 miles from San Francisco, California. The Greater Sacramento area refers to a metropolitan region in Northern California comprising either the U.S. Census Bureau defined Sacramento–Roseville–Arden-Arcade metropolitan statistical area or the larger Sacramento–Roseville combined statistical area, the latter of which consists of seven counties, namely Sacramento, Yolo, Placer, El Dorado, Sutter, Yuba, and Nevada counties. It is also located in one of the world’s most important agricultural areas. The region’s eastern counties are located in Gold Country, site of the California Gold Rush. Since the late 20th century, it has been one of the fastest growing urban regions in the United States as Sacramento continues to emerge as a distinct metropolitan area. In the 1990s, the metro area experienced a growth of just over 20%, with subsequent growth remaining above 10% per decade. In the 2020 Census, the metropolitan region had a population of 2,680,831.

Exclusively Listed By

  • Alvin N. Mansour

    Executive Managing Director Investments

    (858) 373-3184

    Email Alvin

    License(s): CA: 01391653, TX: 0606255

    San Diego

Financing By

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