Tenant: Zaxby’s Premises: 3,847 SF Renewal Options: 4 x 5 Years
Lease Expiration: 20 Yrs from COE Lease Type: Absolute NNN Rental Increases: 7.5% Every 5 Yrs
New 20 Year Absolute NNN Lease – Commencing Upon Close of Escrow
Brand New Construction Zaxby’s With Drive-thru
7.5% Rent Increases Every 5 Years and at Options
4 x 5 Year Options to Extend
Dense Surrounding Population with Over 127,000 People Within 5 Miles
Excellent Visibility on E. Sunshine Street with Over 35,000 Vehicles Per Day
Located in Greene County Which is the Fourth Most Populous County in the State of Missouri
Immediately Off of Schoolcraft Freeway/Highway 65 Providing Excellent Access and Visibility
Springfield is Home to Missouri State University with an Approximate Total Enrollment of 26,000 Students in 2016
In Cooperation with JDS Real Estate Services, Inc Lic #2011038702
Zaxby's is a franchised/corporate chain of fast casual restaurants offering chicken wings, chicken fingers, zandwiches, and salads. The company operates primarily in the Southern United States with more than 800 locations.
The first Zaxby's restaurant opened in Statesboro, Georgia in March 1990. The company's first restaurant outside of Georgia was opened in September 1994 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Zaxby's now operates in 18 states.
Zaxby's chicken and Zax Sauce is based on another smaller chicken finger chain called Guthrie's that existed in Athens, Georgia while Zach McLeroy attended the University of Georgia. The first Zaxby's was established in Statesboro, Georgia, near the Georgia Southern University campus, by childhood friends Zach McLeroy and Tony Townley. The company operates as a casual dining restaurant, offering prepared-at-order chicken fingers, chicken wings, sandwiches, salads, and appetizers. Dipping sauces are offered with chicken finger orders, and range from mild, to the moderate "Zax sauce", to the intensely hot "Nuclear" and "Insane". Dining rooms at Zaxby's restaurants are decorated with assorted whimsical objects and signs, which often vary in theme by location and region. Some locations in college towns feature objects and decorations related to the local university. Similarly, citrus-industry themed decorations line the walls at an Orlando, Florida location.