Joint Venture Acquires Six-Store Walmart Neighborhood Market Portfolio in Louisiana for $78 Million

Walmart’s Neighborhood Market concept features smaller stores that focus on offering a full suite of groceries, pharmacy, health and beauty aids and a limited selection of general merchandise. Walmart’s Neighborhood Market concept features smaller stores that focus on offering a full suite of groceries, pharmacy, health and beauty aids and a limited selection of general merchandise.

Morristown, N.J. — The Hampshire Cos., in a joint venture with Seoul, South Korea-based Hana Asset Management Co., has acquired a six-store Walmart Neighborhood Market portfolio in southern Louisiana.

The sales price was not disclosed, but Columbus Business First reports SkilkenGold Real Estate Development sold the assets for $78 million. The portfolio, totaling 255,968 square feet, consists of six newly constructed, freestanding stores located in Houma, Meraux, New Iberia, Opelousas, Prairieville and Thibodaux. Walmart’s Neighborhood Market concept features smaller stores that focus on offering a full suite of groceries, pharmacy, health and beauty aids and a limited selection of general merchandise.

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