Dollar General | La Feria, TX | Rental Increases | Seller Financing | 36K People 5 Miles

1401 North Main Street La Feria, TX 78559

1401 North Main Street, La Feria, TX, 78559
1401 North Main Street, La Feria, TX, 78559
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Mar 21, 2024


  • Seller Financing Available
  • "Plus" Size Store Prototype With 10,566 Square Feet
  • Rent Increases in Primary Term
  • Great Visibility Along N Farm to Market 506
  • 6,728 Vehicles
  • Passing Directly the Subject Property Daily
  • Dollar General is an Investment Grade Tenant With an S&P Credit


Southland Commercial is pleased to bring to market an investment opportunity in La Feria, TX. This brand new Dollar General stores, built in 2023, sits on just over 1 acre and is one of DG's "plus" size prototype stores with over 10k square feet! The location offers strong demographics, traffic counts and an in place, desirable NNN lease structure.

La Feria, TX is located in Cameron County which is southernmost county in the U.S. state of Texas. Cameron County comprises the Brownsville–Harlingen, TX metropolitan statistical area, as well as the Brownsville–Harlingen–Raymondville combined statistical area, which is part of the larger Rio Grande Valley region.

Year Built: 2023
Building Size: 10566sq ft
Lot Size: 1.1 acres

Map of 1401 North Main Street, La Feria, TX, 78559

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