RECENT ACQUISITION LIST
Dickerhoof Properties has been growing dramatically over the past decade. Though we have been involved in construction and property development since 1970, we entered the arena of retail property ownership around 2000 and have acquired and built a current inventory of over 1,140,000 square foot of retail properties since then. Dickerhoof Properties primary focus is retail projects and is licensed as a real estate brokerage company and acts only as a principal in real estate acquisition. Dickerhoof Properties directly solicits owners of properties we are interested in purchasing and works with licensed Real Estate Brokers from other companies that make us aware of properties.
Below is a list of acquisitions since 2010:
A 15,000 square foot former grocery store that was acquired with partners for Grocery Outlet in Portland. Oregon. The building was substantially renovated and opened in August 2010.
A 20,400 square foot former Rite Aid was acquired for Big 5 Sporting Goods in Vancouver, Washington. The building is currently being renovated with plans to open in November 2010.
A 12,210 square foot cross dock warehouse on 9.3 acres was acquired for Big 5 Sporting Goods in Salem, Oregon and delivered on April 1st.
A 72,000 square foot former Costco on 3.7 acres was acquired for Big 5 Sporting Goods and JoAnn Fabrics in Warrenton, Oregon. A portion of the property was sold to Fred Meyer. Big 5 opened in November, and JoAnn's will open in January 2012.
A one acre parcel located on Hwy 97 next to the Super Wal-Mart was acquired in June 2011. Construction for a new Petco is scheduled to begin October 2012, and Petco will open in the spring of 2013.
A 12,000 SF parcel was acquired in Albany, Oregon that was previously home to a 4,000 SF restaurant. The building will be demolished to add additional parking for our adjacent center to the east.
The Crossroads Center in Albany, Oregon was acquired by Dickerhoof Properties in June 2012. The center consists of 13,000 SF of shop space and is located on the north side of Pacific Boulevard in Albany, OR. During the summer of 2012 the facade was redone making the center appear new.
A 29,000 SF former lumberyard on 3.9 acres was acquired for Jackson Whole Grocer. The building will be remodeled and expanded to 32,000 SF, and is scheduled to open the fall of 2013.
A 5,000 SF former Hollywood Video pad building was acquired that adjoins the 55,000 SF Columbia River Center acquired in 2006. The building will be remodeled during the fall of 2012 for Verizon, Great Clips, and a local yogurt shop.
Pioneer Crossing, a 73,500 SF center located on the South end of Bend, Oregon was acquired by Dickerhoof Properties in March 2013. The center is home to a 23,000 SF JoAnn Fabrics, a 6,500 SF Boston's Gourmet Pizza, and over 20,000 SF of in line tenants including Subway, Tan Republic, Super Cuts, and On Point Credit Union.
A 5,200 SF office building setting on the Willamette River front in Corvallis Oregon was purchased to relocate our office along with 6 other tenants.
The Melanie Square Center in Pendleton, Oregon was acquired by Dickerhoof Properties in August 2013. The center consists of 81,000 SF of shop space and is located on the corner of SW Court & 20th Street in Pendleton, OR. A new grocer anchor will be added in the spring of 2014 along with new facades making the center appear new.
The Bandon Shopping Center in Bandon, Oregon was acquired by Dickerhoof Properties in February 2014. The center consists of 61,260 SF of shop space and is located along HWY 101 in Bandon, OR. A new co-anchor will be added in the spring of 2014 along with new facades making the center appear new.
A 86,479 square foot Kmart on 9 acres was acquired by Dickerhoof Properties in June 2014. It is located in the premier retail artery of Corvallis and is part of a larger center that includes Safeway, Home Depot, Wilco, Carmike Theater, and assorted smaller shops.
A 4.33 acre property north of Corvallis Oregon with a 9,620 SF warehouse was acquired by Dickerhoof Properties in October of 2014. The warehouse will be used to store construction equipment and supplies for Dickerhoof Construction.
The Threewinds Shopping Center in Sisters, Oregon was acquired by Dickerhoof Properties in November 2014. The center consists of 61,260 SF of shop space and is located along HWY 20 in Sisters, OR. A new co-anchor will be added in the spring of 2015 along with new facades making the center appear new.
Two city blocks of land located at 115 NW Sizemore Street in Bend Oregon was acquired to build a Market of Choice. The building will be delivered Fall of 2015 and will open in Spring 2016.
The Hermiston Plaza was acquired in Hermiston Oregon. The center consists of over 150,217 Square feet of retail space and is Dickerhoof Properties largest acquisition to date. The center is anchored by Safeway, BigLots, Beals, and many other national tenants.
A 1.16 Acre parcel adjoining the Hermiston Plaza was purchased that was previously being leased as additional parking for the center.
Outlaw Station in Sisters Oregon was acquired. The center is anchored by Ray's grocery store and consists of approximately 66,270 square feet of retail space. The center was built in 2007 and was purchased as a long term investment.
Two office / manufacturing buildings were purchased totaling 181, 270 SF. The buildings are located a few blocks north of the Hewlett Packard campus in Corvallis, Oregon. Roughly half of the space was leased to Korvis Automation and the remainder will be leased to other companies.
The Burger King located on North 9th Street in Corvallis Oregon was purchased.
A 2.75 acre parcel in La Pine Oregon was purchased to build a Dollar Tree and Grocery Outlet. Dollar Tree was delivered in Late 2016, and Grocery Outlet scheduled to be delivered in early 2017.
A 2.00 acre parcel that adjoins a Bi-Mart anchored center was purchased in Madras Oregon to build a Grocery Outlet. Grocery Outlet is scheduled to be delivered in early 2017.
A 99,400 SF Ray's grocery anchored shopping center was purchased in Mt. Shasta, California. The center was purchased as a long time hold with plans to upgrade during 2017.
A 17,652 SF Ray's Food Place was purchased in Oakridge Oregon along with an adjoining 1.41 acre vacant parcel.