Marcus & Millichap is pleased to present the exclusive listing for a Dollar Tree located at 1914 Ocean Street in Marshfield, MA. This was a former Rite Aid site that was acquired by Walgreens as part of their acquisition of Rite Aid properties in specific markets. This site was remodeled in 2013 as a part of Rite Aid’s Wellness Program, and features an oversized 3.00-acre lot, a drive through, and convenient ingress/egress right off the main four-way, signalized intersection. The site was subsequently subleased to Dollar Tree as there is another existing Walgreens just down the road. This property offers a prime location in the main downtown shopping center for Marshfield and boasts an average household income of over $145,000!
Aside from the strong location, the affluent surrounding community and low rent at this location, the property offers a wide range of retenanting options given the large lot, four-way signalized intersection, low rent, and drive through already on the site.
The subject investment property is situated on 1914 Ocean Street, Marshfield, MA. Ocean Street benefits from average daily traffic counts of 19,450 vehicles per day. The average income in a 3-mile radius is over $130,980 and $145,120 within a 5-mile radius.
This Dollar Tree is positioned on Ocean Street in a retail corridor, consisting of local and national tenants, schools and hospitals. Major national tenants include: Lowe’s, Staples, Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy, Marshalls, Kohl’s, McDonald’s, Starbucks, Burger King, and many more. Several notable schools such as Marshfield High School, Furnace Brook Middle School, and Martinson Elementary School are located approximately 2-miles away and has over 2,880 students enrolled. Pembroke Hospital is within a close proximity of the subject property and is situated with 120 fully staffed beds.
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Broker of Record: John Horowitz LIC: #1000303