A supermarket in 10 km away from the historical center of Vienna.
The total land area is 2,189 m², the non-built-up area is 1,496 m².
Another building can be built/ attached on the plot (the base area is about 200 m², 2 floors previously, total — about 400 m² of extra space).
Deal type: Share deal (Asset deal is possible).
- ceiling height 3–5.2 m
- combined gas heating system
- air conditioning system
- possibility of increasing the commercial area (due to the construction of an additional building)
- access to the warehouse for trucks
- billboards on the facade of the building
The absolute annual income is 120,000 €.
The current yield is 6,0%.
The supermarket is fully rented by a single tenant.
The lease agreement is valid from 05.2017 to 05.2027 (with the impossibility of exiting the lease agreement by the tenant).
The tenant is a well known in Germany and Austria retail chain with more than 120 partners and more than 330 branches. The company's turnover is about 300 million euros.
The lease agreement provides for the rent indexation (based on the 2015 index, annually, totally), the mortgage on the rent (36,000 euros, 3 months, bank guarantee).
Rental type: NNN Lease (the tenant is responsible for the internal equipment — timely maintenance and operation; the owner is responsible for the external elements of the building — facade, roof, etc.).
Fee for entering into the cadastral book is 1,1%.
Acquisition tax is 3,5%.
Brokerage fee is 3% + 20% VAT.
The supermarket is located on a busy highway directly on the border of Vienna (in 10 km away from the historical center). There are gas stations and several stores nearby.
Vienna is the capital of Austria. The population of the city is about 1,900,000 people. Vienna is the fastest growing city in the German-speaking space.
Vienna is the 3d city-residence of the United Nations after New York and Geneva. There are the headquarters of such international organizations as OPEC and the OSCE here. Vienna 9 times in a row took the 1st place in the world for quality of life (Economist, 2018).
Public transport is well developed in Vienna, a chain of autobahns and railways connects Vienna with other cities in Austria and Europe. Schwechat International Airport is the largest in Central Europe, with more than 60 airlines from around the world registered, annually serving more than 14 million passengers.
The Old Town of Vienna and Schönbrunn Palace are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.