River Oaks Shopping Center

River Oaks Shopping Center

2235 W Dekalb Street
Camden, SC

Price: $11,685,000
Cap: 7.75%
NOI: $905,535
Building Size: 146,790 SF
Lot Size: $905,535

Investment Highlights

• River Oaks Shopping Center is a 146,790 SF Regional Power Center located in Camden, (Columbia MSA) SC.
• 90% of the center is leased to national brands including Hobby Lobby, Marshall’s, Five Below, Big Lot’s, & more.
• All National tenants are on brand new 10 year leases with increases & options.
• River Oaks Shopping Center offers an investor the opportunity to acquire a Class A regional shopping center with national credit tenants on long term leases in a growing South Carolina market

• Well-located at signaled intersection in the heart of the main retail corridor in Camden (30,600 VPD).
• Surrounding National Retailers include Walmart, Lowe’s, Tractor Supply, Belk, Starbucks, Chick Fil A, T-Mobile, Jersey Mikes, Aspen Dental, & More
• This regional power center and corridor service a 20 mile trade area with the nearest competition over 30 minutes away

• Camden is the largest city and country seat of Kershaw County and is the oldest inland city in South Carolina
• Camden is home to the Carolina Cup, an annual steeplechase horse race that has an annual attendance of 71,000+
• Camden is located 35 Miles Northeast of Columbia, SC and is part of the Columbia MSA.
• Columbia is the capital and largest city in the state of South Carolina with a population of over 800,000.
• Columbia’s airport serves 1.5 million passengers a year with flights to all major East Coast Markets.
• 14 Fortune 500 Companies contribute to Columbia’s $31.97 Billion GDP.
• Columbia is home to the University of South Carolina with a 30,000 student enrollment.
• Columbia is home to Fort Jackson, the largest and most active initial entry training center in the U.S. Army which trains 60,000 soldiers annually.

Zach Taylor

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