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Grocery-Anchored

Waretown Town Center is an 87,735 square-foot neighborhood center located in the affluent city of Waretown, New Jersey. The center is 96% leased and offers investors the potential for stable cash flows with potential upside. Built in 2008, Waretown Town Center is anchored by a 60,800 square-foot ShopRite grocery store which is the leading grocer by market share in Ocean County, New Jersey. ShopRite is a cooperative of supermarkets owned by Wakefern Food Corporation, which includes over 300 grocery stores throughout the east coast in New Jersey. 

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Fountain Hills Plaza is a 111,284 square-foot grocery-anchored, neighborhood shopping center located in suburban Phoenix, Arizona that is 90% leased. The center is anchored by a 49,409 square-foot Bashas’ grocery store, an affiliate of Raley’s Supermarkets. Joining Bashas’ at the center is an assortment of daily-needs tenants, including Ace Hardware, AutoZone, H&R Block, Heartland Dental, Verizon and Great Clips. Current inline tenants have a weighted average tenure at the shopping center exceeding 8 years, signaling, what we believe to be, the strength of the asset.

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Our Portfolio

$2B+

Assets Under Management
Total market value of CRE properties managed by FNRP.

60+

Current Assets Held
Total market value of CRE properties managed by FNRP.

$115M+

Distributions Since Inception
Total amount of returns that have been paid out to FNRP investors.

26

Current States Present
Total number of states with FNRP properties.

2800+

Investors
Total Number of FNRP Investors.

12M+ SF

GLA Since Inception
Total leasable space acquired by FNRP since its beginning.

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  • Purchase Price: $19,500,000
  • Exit Price: $24,750,000
  • Net IRR: 23.7%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.52x2
  • Single-Tenant Freestanding Grocer
  • Purchase Price: $19,500,000
  • Exit Price: $24,750,000
  • Net IRR: 23.7%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.52x2
  • Single-Tenant Freestanding Grocer
  • Purchase Price: $2,375,000
  • Exit Price: $4,118,066
  • Net IRR: 13.5%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.31x2
  • Core-Plus Deal
  • Purchase Price: $2,375,000
  • Exit Price: $4,118,066
  • Net IRR: 13.5%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.31x2
  • Core-Plus Deal
  • Purchase Price: $8,250,000
  • Exit Price: $11,350,000
  • Net IRR: 13.9%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.71x2
  • Value-Add Flex Office Space
  • Purchase Price: $8,250,000
  • Exit Price: $11,350,000
  • Net IRR: 13.9%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.71x2
  • Value-Add Flex Office Space
  • Purchase Price: $13,000,000
  • Exit Price: $17,075,000
  • Net IRR: 45.0%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.41x2
  • Single-Tenant Freestanding Grocer
  • Purchase Price: $13,000,000
  • Exit Price: $17,075,000
  • Net IRR: 45.0%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.41x2
  • Single-Tenant Freestanding Grocer
  • Purchase Price: $17,750,000
  • Exit Price: $22,500,000
  • Net IRR: 6%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.2x2
  • Grocery-Anchored Shopping Center
  • Purchase Price: $17,750,000
  • Exit Price: $22,500,000
  • Net IRR: 6%1 IRRs are net to the investors after fees.
  • Equity Multiple: 1.2x2
  • Grocery-Anchored Shopping Center

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  1. Net IRR (Internal Rate of Return) is defined as the average annualized, compound rate of return using equity contributions and distributions as they occurred on specific dates during the investment period reflective of all fees charged and paid to First National Realty Partners, LLC and its affiliates and subsidiaries. Securities are only available to verified accredited investors who can bear the loss of their investment. Please contact FNRP for an explanation of how such numbers are calculated.
  2. Equity Multiple: the total distributions and remittances to equity investors divided by the total equity contributions from investors during the investment period. Equity Multiple is reflective of all fees charged and paid to First National Realty Partners, LLC and its affiliates and subsidiaries.
  3. Past performance may not be indicative of future results. An investment in commercial real estate is speculative and subject to risk, and there can be no assurance that the future performance of any specific investment, investment strategy or selection of a specific property as referenced in the information herein, will be profitable, equal any corresponding indicated historical performance level(s) or be suitable for your needs. Due to various factors, including changing market conditions, this content may not be reflective of current opinions or positions.
  4. The testimonials provided herein are from FNRP investors. Prospective investors are cautioned as to any inherent conflict of interest which may exist between the investors and FNRP as a result of this relationship. Further, their representations provided may not be representative of the experience of other investors. Any testimonials provided are not a guarantee of future success.
  5. Cash distributions and any specific returns are not guaranteed. An investment in commercial real estate is subject to risk, including the risk that all of your investment may be lost. Any representations concerning investing in commercial real estate, including, without limitation, any representations as to stability, diversification, security, resistance to inflation and any other representations as to the merits of investing in commercial real estate reflect our belief concerning the representations and may or may not come to be realized. The ability to make distributions or the amount of distributions may be affected by factors such as debt and lender restrictions, future capital expenditure needs, and financial performance of the property.
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