HC Government Realty Trust, Inc. announces the acquisition of the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Outpatient Clinic in Monroe, Louisiana
WINSTON-SALEM, NC -- HC Government Realty Trust, Inc. (“HCGRT” or “the Company”) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of the Veteran Affairs Outpatient Clinic in Monroe, Louisiana.
The Monroe facility is a 21,124 square foot, single-tenant medical office building which was developed to meet the specific requirements of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The property is located at 1691 Bienville, Drive, Monroe, Louisiana and is 100% leased under a 10-year commitment ending in September 2023. The gross acquisition cost of the property was approximately $5.15 million and the selling broker was Capital Pacific. The lease is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States of America.
“This acquisition marks the second Veterans Affairs tenanted property in our diverse portfolio of single-tenant federal government leased properties,” said Steve Hale, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of HC Government Realty Trust. "This facility will play a part in serving the over 300,000 Veterans in Louisiana.”
The Company’s strategy is to acquire and operate 5,000-50,000 square foot built-to-suit properties leased to the United States of America that fulfill mission-critical or direct citizen service functions primarily located across secondary or smaller markets. The Company’s real estate portfolio currently includes 17 properties representing approximately 345,000 RSF and houses 10 different tenant agencies located in 11 states.
For more information, please visit our corporate website at www.hcgovtrust.com.
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Released May 1, 2019