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Stan Johnson Brokers Sale of NNN Jewel-Osco

Stan Johnson Company (SJC) has completed the sale of a single-tenant retail building located in Oswego, IL to Los Angeles -based ASAS LLC. Located at 3795 Orchard Rd., the 62,000-square-foot building is triple-net leased to grocery retailer Jewel-Osco.

The purchase price was not disclosed.  SJC’s Tom Georges and Jon Cohen represented the buyer, a private investor.

“The buyer was in a 1031 exchange, looking for both yield and security with a long-term lease and quality real estate,” said Georges, a director in SJC’s New York office. “This asset fit their needs perfectly.”

SJC’s Jeff Hughes, Zach Harris and Jonathan Ameen represented the seller, CF Albert Propco LLC.


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