· New Lease Ashley Home Store (lease
extension 10 year term with (4) Five Year
· New Lease Furniture Mart (lease extension
10 year term with (4) Five Year
· Lease Extension Jo-Ann Fabrics (over 6
years left on term)
· Brand New Parking lot just completed
· Direct expose High traffic Hwy 169
· Shadow anchored by Cub Foods Grocery
(Store recently remodeled on interior and
exterior) and Aldi Grocery Store
· NOI Approximately $521,500.00
· Pad Site Opportunities for Retail and

    Drive Time
5 Min 10 Min 15 Min  
5,845 12,243 32,743  
    Population 7,312 32,612 86,960  
  TRAFFIC COUNTS Highway 169 37,500 VPD  

Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. is an American home furnishings manufacturer and retailer,[2] headquartered in Arcadia, Wisconsin. The company is owned by father and son team Ron and Todd Wanek. Ashley Furniture manufactures and distributes home furniture products throughout the world.[3]

Ashley Furniture Industries and website ( home furnishings and accessories available through two distribution channels: independent furniture dealers and more than 700 Ashley Furniture HomeStore retail furniture stores, which are independently owned and operated by licensees in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and Japan.[4] It has manufacturing and distribution facilities in Wisconsin, Mississippi, California (only manufacturing closed in 2016 distribution facility remains), Indiana, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida, China, and Vietnam

JOANN Fabric and Craft Stores was founded in 1943 as a single retail store. Today, JOANN is the nation’s leading fabric and craft specialty retailer. Our retail stores (operating as JOANN Fabrics and Crafts stores) and website ( feature a variety of competitively priced merchandise used in sewing, crafting and home decorating projects, including fabric, notions, crafts, frames, paper crafting supplies, artificial floral, finished seasonal and home decor items. JOANN Stores operates approximately 850 stores in 49 states.




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