Stan Johnson Company, one of commercial real estate’s leading investment sales brokerage firms, has completed the sale of Kimmell Crossing, a 44,962-square-foot shopping center located at 636-648 Kimmell Road in Vincennes, Indiana. Shadow-anchored by Walmart, the center was fully leased at the time of sale to 10 tenants. Stan Johnson Company’s Ryan Roedersheimer represented the seller, Regency Properties, a developer based in Indiana. A North Carolina-based private buyer, DPPM Management, acquired the asset for approximately $4.6 million. Both parties were involved in 1031 exchanges.
“Once again, we were able to help all sides achieve their goals,” said Roedersheimer, Director in Stan Johnson Company’s Cincinnati, Ohio office. “The seller had a capital call deadline and use for the proceeds, while the purchaser wanted to expand his portfolio with a stabilized asset that provided a little more yield to it.”
The property is situated on 4.24 acres off the exit ramp of U.S. Highway 41 and boasts excellent visibility and access via multiple points of ingress/egress, including a signalized intersection. Tenants include Dollar Tree, Maurices, T-Mobile, CATO and other national retailers.
“Not only did both sides achieve their goals, but the seller is now managing the property for the out-of-state buyer,” Roedersheimer added. “They have developed a great relationship throughout this process. As is true with each project I oversee, it is always the hope that parties come together in a healthy and meaningful way. That’s exactly what we accomplished with this transaction.”