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Calkain’s Jonathan Hipp and Andrew Fallon Complete the Sale of the Multi-Tenant Shopping Center in Gaithersburg, MD

Herndon, VA – July 18, 2019 – Calkain’s Jonathan Hipp and Andrew Fallon, recently completed the sale of Montgomery Village Marketplace, a multi-tenant shopping center in Gaithersburg, MD.  The shopping center is located in the heart of Montgomery Village, adjacent to the new revitalization project approved and underway with an expected summer 2020 completion.  The shopping center sold for $4.6 million.…

Traci BidingerCalkain’s Jonathan Hipp and Andrew Fallon Complete the Sale of the Multi-Tenant Shopping Center in Gaithersburg, MD

Fernandez and Fallon Retained to Sell Prime Shaw Neighborhood Retail

Herndon, VA – Rick Fernandez, Senior Managing Director and Andrew Fallon, Executive Managing Director of Calkain’s Urban Investment Advisors, have been retained to sell 1544 9th Street NW, Washington, DC.  The net lease investment real estate features a NNN ten year lease to Zeppelin a wildly popular sushi and charcoal grilled yakitori restaurant.…

Leigh ClineFernandez and Fallon Retained to Sell Prime Shaw Neighborhood Retail

Calkain Completes Sale of Antero Resources Corporate Campus in Bridgeport, WV

Herndon, VA –Calkain‘s Ryan Lorey, CCIM, Jonathan Hipp and Natalia Nunno completed the sale of Antero Resources corporate headquarters campus in Bridgeport, West Virginia.  The class A two-building complex sold in a net lease transaction for $9.5 Million.…

Traci BidingerCalkain Completes Sale of Antero Resources Corporate Campus in Bridgeport, WV

Grocery Delivery in the Digital Age

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How will competing grocery chains utilize delivery options to maximize profitability?

In 2019, the simple act of going to the grocery store has evolved from the experience that it was just a few years ago. In this digital age, we see companies starting to incorporate more technology into how the stores are run, while creating a unique experience for the customer.…

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Calkain Brokers Sale of Pottery Barn Warehouse in Fredericksburg, VA

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Last week, Calkain‘s Andrew Fallon, Richard Murphy and Jon Hipp completed the sale of 1731 Carl D. Silver Parkway in Fredericksburg, VA. The $2,825,000 fee simple real estate transaction was based on a landlord friendly net lease structure.

The 33,179 square foot building sits on 2.82 acres located in the 2.5 million square foot Central Park Shopping Center along the I-95 corridor about 50 miles south of Washington, DC. Ample traffic, a recently executed 5-year lease with a guarantee from Williams-Sonoma Stores, Inc., a publicly traded company with over $5 billion in sales, made this an attractive asset for net …

Amanda WillisCalkain Brokers Sale of Pottery Barn Warehouse in Fredericksburg, VA

Calkain Brokers Sale of Pottery Barn Warehouse in Fredericksburg, VA

Herndon, VA –  Last week, Calkain‘s Andrew Fallon, Richard Murphy and Jon Hipp completed the sale of 1731 Carl D. Silver Parkway in Fredericksburg, VA.  The $2,825,000 fee simple real estate transaction was based on a landlord friendly net lease structure. …

Traci BidingerCalkain Brokers Sale of Pottery Barn Warehouse in Fredericksburg, VA

Outside the Region: Nutt and Barton of Calkain broker sale of Largo, FL shopping center: $2.615 million

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Largo, FL Calkain’s Patrick Nutt and Connor Barton closed the $2.615 million sale of a net-leased multi-tenant strip center at 1001 West Bay Dr.

“This particular asset garnered a lot of interest from local buyers. As an outparcel to a Publix-anchored center, the asset provided the buyer with security moving forward and ease of management with NN leases,” said Barton, a investment sales associate at Calkain. Nutt said, “The buyer received financing at 50% LTV, providing him with positive leverage and the ability to achieve a higher yield.”

This asset was constructed in 2006 and has four national tenants …

Amanda WillisOutside the Region: Nutt and Barton of Calkain broker sale of Largo, FL shopping center: $2.615 million