DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co. (NYSE MKT: CTO) today announced the acquisition of a 34,512 square-foot free-standing building situated on 3.62 acres leased to Big Lots in Glendale, Arizona. The property is an outparcel to the 1.2 million square foot Arrowhead Towne Center, which is owned and managed by Macerich.
“This marks our fifth property acquisition of 2013, and brings our single-tenant portfolio to a total of 36 properties across seven states.”
This former Ultimate Electronics building has been converted into a Big Lots store with a lease commencing in January 2013 for an initial term of 10 years. The total purchase price was approximately $5.0 million.
John P. Albright, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company stated, “This acquisition continues our strategy of growing our single-tenant portfolio through diversity of markets and credits. We are pleased to have purchased this outparcel to a Macy’s anchored mall outside of Phoenix." Mr. Albright also noted, “This marks our fifth property acquisition of 2013, and brings our single-tenant portfolio to a total of 36 properties across seven states.”
About Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co.
Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co. (NYSE MKT: CTO) is a Florida-based publicly traded real estate company, which owns a portfolio of income properties in diversified markets in the United States as well as over 11,000 acres in the Daytona Beach area. Visit our website at www.ctlc.com.
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