Rosamond, Calif. — Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors has arranged the sale of four single-tenant, net-leased retail properties at a shopping center in Rosamond for a combined $19.3 million.
Four separate buyers acquired the properties, which feature a combined total of 28,462 square feet and were built in 2021. Bill Asher and Jeff Lefko of Hanley Investment Group represented the developer and seller, a partnership between Halferty Development Co. and Net Lease Alliance.
In the first transaction, Asher and Lefko brokered the sale of a 16,000-square-foot Grocery Outlet-occupied property at 2550 Rosamond Blvd. A San Diego-based private partnership purchased the property for $7.1 million. Mike Conger of San Diego-based CAA represented the buyer in the deal.
In the second transaction, a Los Angeles-based private investor acquired a 2,200-square-foot Starbucks Coffee and drive-thru at 2544 Rosamond Blvd. for $3.5 million. Joey Kim of eXp Realty represented the buyer, while Asher and Lefko represented the seller.
In the third deal, Asher and Lefko arranged the sale of a 3,062-square-foot 7-Eleven convenience store with a gas station at 2536 Rosamond Blvd. A San Diego-based private investor acquired the property for $5.6 million. Lindsey Kalal of Kalal Investment Realty represented the buyer, while Asher and Lefko represented the seller in the deal. Details on the fourth transaction were not released.