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Inland sells Mariano’s location in Chicagoland


Inland Private Capital Corp. announced the sale of a Mariano’s Fresh Market in Vernon Hills, Illinois, on behalf of one of its 1,000-plus investment programs. Sale price for the seven-acre property and 71,248-sq.-ft. store was $36.4 million.

Mariano’s, a Kroger banner, is Chicagoland’s up-and-coming fresh grocer with some 35 locations in the area. Roundy’s had owned the chain and held the lease at the Vernon Hills location until it was acquired by Kroger last November.

“The sale of the Vernon Hills location was our second Mariano’s disposition this year, both of which resulted in a substantial return for our investors,” said Keith Lampi, president and COO of Inland Private Capital, which has been buying up Mariano’s locations since 2011.

“As early adopters of what has been the fastest-growing grocery brand in the Chicagoland area, our investors are now reaping the benefits through monetization,” Lampi said.

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