|Current / Passing Rent||
|Remaining Term||23 years|
|Lot Size||2.51 ACRES|
JLL is pleased to offer for sale the fee-simple interest in a single-tenant CVS Pharmacy (the “Property”, or “Asset”) in El Centro, California. The Property was built in 2017 and is leased to CVS, a leading retail pharmacy chain with over 9,900 locations across the United States and $194 billion in annual revenue. The absolute triple-net lease features over 23 years of remaining lease term, a corporate guaranty from CVS Health Corporation (S&P ‘BBB’), ten, five-year renewal options, and absolutely zero landlord responsibilities. Strategically located on the hard corner of Imperial Avenue and Aurora Drive with no nationally recognized retail pharmacies in a one-mile radius, the Property possesses unrivaled market share and excellent exposure along a highly-trafficked thoroughfare.
The Property is subject to assumable CTL financing, creating a substantial tax shelter against earned income from other investments. This offering presents a unique opportunity to acquire a recently-constructed building leased to an investment-grade tenant on an absolute triple-net lease, while requiring minimal equity due to in-place financing.
Long-term absolute triple-net lease with over 23 years of primary lease term remaining and absolutely zero landlord responsibilities
Leased to CVS, the largest retail pharmacy chain in the United States by revenue with $195 billion in annual sales and over 9,900 retail locations
Corporate guaranty from CVS Health Corporation offers an investment-grade ‘BBB’ credit rating from Standard & Poor’s and greater security to the underlying rental payments
Strategically positioned within highly-trafficked retail thoroughfare with 27,500 vehicles passing on a daily basis and no nationally-branded retail pharmacies within a one-mile radius, providing excellent exposure and very limited market competition
Attractive in-place CTL financing generates passive losses that enable investors to offset or reduce passive income, therefore reducing investor’s tax liability
Pay-down re-advance feature allows 1031 exchange buyers to satisfy equity and debt portions of their exchange and extract excess equity over the required purchase equity without tax liability