Naugatuck Valley Center

910-950 Wolcott Street Waterbury, CT 06705

FOR SALE
Property Type:
Power Center
Amount:
Please Call Broker for Price

Last Verified:
Sep 21, 2022

Highlights

  • WALMART (S&P AA) ANCHORED SHOPPING CENTER
  • WALMART NNN GROUND LEASE | LOCATED ON SEPARATE PARCEL
  • 383,064 +/- SF | SITUATED ON 50+ ACRES | BUILT IN 2003
  • WALMART (S&P AA) CORPORATE GUARANTEE | $572B IN REVENUE
  • WALMART #1 ON FORTUNE 500 LIST | 10,585 LOCATIONS
  • CO-ANCHORED BY STOP & SHOP (S&P BBB) | 415 STORES
  • STOP & SHOP | NEW ENGLAND’S DOMINANT GROCER
  • WALMART & STOP & SHOP | 55% OF GLA | INVESTMENT-GRADE
  • WALMART AT LOCATION SINCE 2002 | 20-YEAR OCCUPANCY
  • INCLUDES FREEESTANDING WENDY’S | NNN GROUND LEASE
  • INCLUDES FREESTANDING PANERA BREAD ANCHORED STRIP
  • AMPLE PARKING | OVER 2,100 SURFACE SPACES
  • BUSY INTERSECTION OF WOLCOTT & STILSON (37,000+ VPD)
  • CLOSE PROXIMITY TO I-84 & I-95 | ROUTES TO NYC & BOSTON
  • STRONG AND GROWING DEMOS | 154k PEOPLE IN 5-MILE RADIUS
  • $72K AVERAGE INCOME | WELL ABOVE NATIONAL AVERAGE
  • MASSIVE AMAZON SITE APPROVED NEARBY | 1,000 WORKERS
  • RETAILERS IN IMMEDIATE VICINITY INCLUDE: THE HOME DEPOT, TJ MAXX, ULTA, DICK’S SPORTING GOODS, MCDONALD’S, ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, FAMILY DOLLAR, POPEYE’S, DOLLAR TREE, FIRESTONE, TACO BELL, SHERWIN-WILLIAMS AND MANY MORE.

Description

Jonna Group at Colliers is pleased to present the trophy Naugatuck Valley Center located in Waterbury, CT. The site includes Walmart (S&P AA) located on a separate parcel and a NNN ground lease as well as co-anchored by Stop & Shop (S&P BBB).

Waterbury, CT


Year Built: 2001
Building Size: 383064sq ft
Lot Size: 50.5 acres

Map of 910-950 Wolcott Street , Waterbury, CT, 06705

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