Rialto ALDI & WSS, two-tenant retail property sells for $8.8 Million

RIALTO — Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors, a nationally recognized real estate brokerage and advisory firm specializing in retail property sales, announced today that the firm, along with Progressive Real Estate Partners, completed the sale of a new-construction, two-tenant retail building occupied by ALDI grocery store and WSS shoe store in Rialto, California. The sale price was $8,775,000.

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Hanley Investment Group’s Executive Vice President Bill Asher and Vice President Jeff Lefko, along with Progressive Real Estate Partners Vice President Greg Bedell, represented the seller, a private partnership from Los Angeles. The buyer, a private investor from Southern California’s San Fernando Valley, was represented by Doug Cole, a senior associate with Marcus & Millichap in Los Angeles.

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Built in 2018, the 31,271-square-foot building is located on 2.46 acres at 630-660 W. Foothill Blvd., at the signalized intersection of Foothill Blvd. (Highway 66) and Cactus Ave. with average daily traffic counts of 33,000 cars per day. The new-construction building includes an 18,841-square foot ALDI store and a 12,430-square-foot WSS. The ALDI has a corporate-guaranteed long-term ground lease with fixed increases every five years and options to renew. WSS, which relocated from a smaller location in Rialto it had occupied for approximately 15 years, has a corporate-guaranteed long-term lease with fixed increases and options to renew.

A leader in the grocery retailing industry since 1976, ALDI operates more than 1,900 U.S. stores in 36 states. More than 40 million customers each month benefit from the simple, streamlined approach ALDI brings to retailing. ALDI sells frequently purchased grocery and household items, primarily under its exclusive brands, and these products are designed to meet or exceed national name brands on taste and quality. Among its ALDI-exclusive products, 1 in 5 is award-winning. For the eighth year in a row, ALDI was recognized as the value leader among U.S. grocery stores by a Market Force Information® survey of U.S. consumers.

WSS is a premier footwear and apparel retailer in the U.S. Based in Southern California, WSS’ large store format enables the company to showcase thousands of styles from top name brands which include: Nike, Jordan, Adidas, Vans, Converse, Puma, Reebok, Fila, and Timberland.  In addition, WSS carries high-quality private brands augmenting the breadth of selection to deliver amazing value to its customers. WSS president Rick Mina and his team have led the fast-growing athletic specialty chain to 84 stores, with plans to have more than 100 by the end of next year, according to Footwear News. The c ompany has expanded into Texas, Arizona and Nevada, and is on pace to hit $350 million in sales.

Submitted by Hanley Investment Group


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