Randy Blankstein

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  • Boulder Group Arranges Sale of Medical Facility

    A West Coast real estate investor paid $1.9 million to acquire the Fresenius Medical Care center in Enola, Pa., from a Northeastern private partnership.

    Northeast 04 July 2017 16:16
  • Indiana Jiffy Lube Portfolio Changes Hands for $2.5M

    The Boulder Group represented both the seller—a global real estate fund—and the buyer—a domestic private investment group—in the two-property transaction.

    Indianapolis 26 June 2017 22:11
  • Net Lease Casual Dining in Demand with 1031 Buyers

    The asset class remains a popular target for net lease investors largely because it is e-commerce resistant, argues The Boulder Group President Randy Blankstein. While private and 1031 buyers are the most aggressive purchasers, other investor types are getting in on the action.

    National 06 June 2017 17:48
  • Louisiana Triple Net Lease Dollar General Changes Hands

    The 10,640-square-foot building traded for $1.3 million. The Dollar Tree lease featuring no landlord responsibilities is set to expire in 2031.

    South 19 May 2017 15:06
  • Nothing But Net

    As the net lease sector continues to take on its own asset class presence, investors and lenders are increasingly putting their capital into the property type, especially single-tenant, triple-net leased properties. Net lease owners with investment-grade tenants in place are most attractive to investors, but a lack of available inventory is leading some lenders to widen their options.

    National 11 May 2017 14:29
  • Net Lease Cap Rates Stable in Q1

    Investor demand, especially from private sources, should keep the net lease market active in 2017, noted The Boulder Group President Randy Blankstein. But the effect of interest rates on cap rate volatility will remain a primary focus for net lease participants this year.

    National 05 April 2017 18:03
  • Chicago Retail Center Sells for $24M

    Archer Station is fully leased to a tenant roster including Ross Dress for Less, LA Fitness, AT&T Wireless and Athletico Physical Therapy.

    Chicago 05 April 2017 11:06