Tenant: Antelope Valley Partners for Health Premises: 30,000 SF Renewal Options: N/A
Lease Expiration: 9/30/2034 Lease Type: NN Rental Increases: 3% Annual
20 Year Lease Commenced 2014
Built-to-Suit Headquarters for AVPH
10.85% Cash on Cash – Attractive Assumable Financing
3% Annual CPI Increases on Base Rent
Local Organization Providing Healthcare Services for Over 16 Years
Over 18 Funding Sources Creating a Diverse and More Stable Funding Platform
Less than One Mile from Antelope Valley Hospital
Tenants in the Surrounding Center Include H&R Block, Whole Wheatery, Galifany Used Books, Medrano’s Mexican, Edward’s Federal Credit Union, Round Table Pizza and Texas Cattle Restaurant
Antelope Valley Partners for Health (AVPH), is a community based organization for local public health planning and intervention in the Antelope Valley. AVPH’s vision is that all children and families in the Antelope Valley will have optimal psychosocial, physical and environmental health. “Healthy People in a Healthy Antelope Valley”. Their mission is to serve as a catalyst that enhances community health wellness and quality of life in the Antelope Valley through collaboration of local residents, agencies, faith based organizations and government entities.
Long term goals for the organization include decreased rates of morbidity and mortality, increased number of families and children accessing health and social services, increased linkage and numbers of referrals for families and children to health care service providers and programs, increased physical and mental health wellbeing for families and children, children meeting age appropriate health developmental markers.
AVPH seeks to improve the lives of the most vulnerable and underserved population of the Antelope Valley. This population includes adults and children of diverse ethnic origins who are currently living at or below the poverty line, have no access to health care services and must overcome the geographic barriers from living in the area.
AVPH has made significant changes in the following areas: access to health care, community needs assessments, mental health care in schools, dental health for low income children, nutrition and physical activity programs for children and their families, infant mortality issues, women’s health education, housing concerns for transitional foster youth, case management services for pregnant women, developed a community resource directory, developed a community based care management consortium for senior citizens, addressed transportation issues, developed and implemented a coordinated comprehensive community network to support at-risk youth and their families, and played a lead role in most local health and health policy issues.
Antelope Valley Partners for Health was founded in 2002 and funds their operations with grants and donations. The organization is well capitalized, as evidenced by their 2014/2015 fiscal year budget, which includes more than $8 million in funding ranging in size from $30,000 to $2,600,000 from a total of 18 different sources. AVPH is a well capitalized group with a positive long-term outlook due to their expected continued expansion in the greater Antelope Valley.