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Monfort Companies, the developer of a build=to-suit Starbucks in Omaha, has sold the property

Build-to-Suit Omaha Starbucks Trades in 1031 Exchange

Marcus & Millichap closed the sale of a Starbucks property located at 9004 Fort St. In Omaha. The asset traded for an undisclosed sum in a 1031 exchange. 

The property, a 2,225-square-foot building with a drive-thru, was developed as a built-to-suit for Starbucks by Monfort Companies, a community-minded investment and development company whose real estate portfolio includes multiple retail brands, including 7-Eleven, Jack’s Convenience Stores, Speedway and Monfort Express. 

“Starbucks is a great project partner and we look forward to developing several more build-to-suits with them in the coming months across the region,” said Kenneth Monfort, EVP for Monfort Companies. 

Drew Isaac, senior managing director in Marcus & Millichap’s Denver office, marketed the property for Montfort Companies.  The buyer, a private capital investor, was secured and represented by James K. Rassenfoss and Boomer Beatty, also of the Denver office. Jon Ruzicka, Broker of Record, also assisted in closing this transaction.  


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