7-eleven.com | Parent Company: Seven & I Holdings
Number on Market
Average Remaining Term (Years)
Average Cap Rate
7-Eleven Tenant Overview
Founded in 1927, 7-Eleven Inc. is an American multinational chain of retail convenience stores headquartered in Irving, Texas. 7‑Eleven operates, franchises, and/or licenses more than 13,000 stores in the U.S. and Canada. The company is the North American subsidiary of 7 & I Holdings Inc., a Japanese-owned convenience store chain with locations in Asia, Europe, Australia, and beyond.
In addition to 7‑Eleven stores, 7‑Eleven Inc. operates and franchises Speedway®, Stripes®, Laredo Taco Company®, and Raise the Roost® Chicken and Biscuits locations. 7-Eleven properties are a staple in the net lease investment sales market due to their investment grade status, along with high-quality underlying real estate.
In the 2021 fiscal year, 7-Eleven Inc. generated +/- $41B in sales, which is a 130% increase from 2020 and ranks 7-Eleven Inc. as the 13th largest food retailer in the United States.
The company’s stellar financial performance, in combination with strong brand loyalty from customers, has led the company to boast an impressive A credit rating from Standard & Poor’s.
|CREDIT RATING||S&P: A|
|ANNUAL REVENUE||+/- $41B|
|LOCATIONS (NORTH AMERICA)||+/- 13,000|
|Average 7-Eleven Info|
|Number on Market||100|
|Average Remaining Term||12.06 Years|
|Average Cap Rate||4.50%|
|Average Building SF||3,807 SF|
|Average Lot Size||1.19 AC|
|AS OF 12/09/22|