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News Release: Stan Johnson Company Arranges Sales of St. Vincent Medical Group Facility in Middletown, Indiana

Stan Johnson Company, one of the nation’s premier net lease brokerage firms, has completed the sale of a free-standing 3,800-square-foot healthcare building occupied by St. Vincent Medical Group. At 602 North 5th Street in Middletown, Indiana, the facility is strategically located 15 miles southwest of Muncie, Indiana and only one hour from Indianapolis.

The property was sold by an unnamed private investor, which was represented by Senior Directors Toby Scrivner and Jeff Matulis, and Becca Kirby in Stan Johnson Company’s Tulsa office.

“This was a bit of a challenging sale,” said Kirby. “Given the short-term lease remaining, some buyers were slightly uncomfortable assuming that risk, but with the absolute triple net lease structure, as well as the affiliation with Ascension Health (Moody’s: Aa2), we were able to reassure the right buyer of its long-term viability relative to the hospital’s needs in the market, which yielded an unprecedented cap rate for the seller.”

The buyer was a Nevada-based private investor, and the transaction closed on February 1, 2019, for an undisclosed sum.

About Stan Johnson Company:

Stan Johnson Company is one of the nation’s leading commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firms that focuses exclusively on net lease transactions involving retail, office, industrial, healthcare and sale-leaseback properties. The firm provides acquisition, disposition, capital markets and advisory services for institutions, developers, investment funds and private investors across the United States. Now in its fourth decade of serving as a trusted advisor to its valued clients, Stan Johnson Company has completed more than $30 billion in transactions nationwide and is regarded as the Net Lease Authority®. To learn more about Stan Johnson Company, please visit the recently enhanced website at www.stanjohnsonco.com.

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