TreyNet will acquire commercial real estate and lease to tenants under net lease agreements that last 10-20 years. 

The buildings we purchase will be freestanding, single-purpose, and positioned in the best retail locations in the country.
Tenant pays for insurance, taxes and maintenance.

After considering the expertise of TreyNet’s management team, it has been decided to center our leasing focus on tenants opening businesses in the following industries:

Retail Energy – Convenience & gas stores, gas stations and truck stops

Auto Care Aftermarket – Auto parts, quick lubes, tire centers, tunnel car washes & service stations

Quick Service Restaurants – Fast food, fast casual, coffee shops

General Merchandise – Dollar stores, drug stores, and convenience stores without gas

TreyNet will acquire commercial real estate, lease to tenants under 10 to 20 year initial term net lease agreements with multiple 5 year renewal options. 

The buildings we purchase will be freestanding, single-purpose, and positioned in the best retail locations in the country.
Tenant pays for insurance, taxes and maintenance.

After considering the experience of TreyNet’s management team, initially TreyNet will focus on tenants operating businesses in the following industries:

Retail Energy – Convenience & gas stores, gas stations and truck stops

Auto Care Aftermarket – Auto parts, quick lubes, tire centers, tunnel car washes & service stations

Quick Service Restaurants – Fast food, fast casual, coffee shops

General Merchandise – Dollar stores, drug stores, and convenience stores without gas

Our Investment Strategy Emphasizes:

Freestanding, single-purpose buildings

Tenant pays for insurance, taxes & maintenance

Long-term leases (10-20 years remaining term)

Rent bumps (annual or every 5 years)

Small format retail boxes (2,000 to 15,000 square feet)

Prime corner lots or highly visible/accessible properties

Consumer, “experience-driven” businesses that are less likely to be replaced by online shopping

Investment-grade-rated tenants (targeting 25%-30% of total annualized rental revenue)

Our Investment Strategy Emphasizes:

Freestanding, single-purpose buildings

Tenant pays for insurance, taxes & maintenance

Long-term leases (10-20 years remaining term)

Rent bumps (annual or every 5 years)

Small format retail boxes (2,000 to 15,000 square feet)

Prime corner lots or highly visible/accessible properties

Consumer, “experience-driven” businesses that are less likely to be replaced by online shopping

Investment-grade-rated tenants (targeting 25%-30% of total annualized rental revenue)

So What’s next?

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So What’s next?

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