Walmart Shadow Center

Walmart Shadow Center

2210 Holly Springs Pkwy
Holly Springs, GA

Price: $6,360,000
Cap: 7.50%
NOI: $477,005
Building Size: 30,000 SF
Lot Size: 7.31 AC

Investment Highlights

WALMART SUPERCENTER SHADOW CENTER
• The property is a 30,000 SF Walmart Supercenter shadow anchored retail center located in the Atlanta MSA
• The property is 92% leased and includes complimentary mix of essential retail, service, & restaurants
• This the property is a newer construction shadow and has been anchored by a high-performing Walmart since 2014 | Walmart owns the Walmart
• This Walmart sees 1.4M visitors per year

STRATEGIC POSITIONING | INTERSTATE LOCATION
• The property is positioned just off I-575, a major interstate in connecting to the city of Atlanta that sees 76,500 Vehicles per day
• The property sits in a dense & affluent subur ban pocket | 30,403 households in 5-Mile radius
• Located in the heart of main retail corridor (1.7M Square Feet of Retail in a 3-mile radius)
• Surrounding retailers include Kroger, Publix, Dollar Tree, and more

DENSE, AFFLUENT & RAPIDLY GROWING DEMOS
• 5-Mile Population: 104,422
• 5-Mile Average Household Income: $115,901
• 5-Mile Projected Growth: 10.10%

NORTH ATLANTA SUBURB | CANTON, GA
• Located 35 miles north of Atlanta, the city of Canton is the county seat of Cherokee County
• The county boasts a thriving economic base, an educated workforce (over 40% of residents have post-secondary degree), and is home to Kennesaw State University, Georgia’s 3rd largest college in enrollment with 38,000+ students
• The population density of Canton is 1,380 per sq. mi whic h is 638% than the Georgia average and 1,423% higher than the national average
• The most common industries in Cherokee County by number of employees are Retail Trade (15,673), Manufacturing (11,333), and Health Care & Social Assistance (11,168)
• Canton has more than doubled in siz e in the past 10 years, attracting residents with its affordable housing, and strong job growth, and vibrant downtown with attractions such as the historic Jones Building, allowing businesses and residents to experience a cultural arts center along with new retail shops

Zach Taylor
Eric Abbott
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