Rumford Plaza offers a rare combination value add & yield play with an impressive tenant roll of Marden's (54% of space), Tractor Supply Company, Dollar Tree, Motion Industries and Carparts Stores.The plaza is 100% leased with high barriers to entry as land and construction costs make new shopping centers cost prohibitive and a dearth of available properties capable of handling big box retailers Marden's and Tractor Supply.Marden's is a second-generation family-owned company with 14 locations throughout Maine. The Rumford store dominates its market; the nearest Marden's is 43 miles away. They have been a tenant since 2007 and just renewed their lease.Tractor Supply Company is the largest operator of rural lifestyle retail stores in America with 1,863 stores. It sports a valuation of $15.2 Billion and had 2019 NOI of $562 Million. They have been a tenant since 2013.Dollar Tree has 15,288 stores (39 in Maine) in North America. Fiscal year 2020 sales increased 52% since 2016 to $23.61 Billion. NOI is $827 Million. S&P rates it investment (BBB-) grade. They have been a tenant since 2005.Motion Industries, subsidiary of Genuine Parts Industries ('19 revenues of $19.4 Billion), distributes industrial replacement parts and materials throughout the region. They have been a tenant since 2009. Carparts Stores recently leased the former Olympia Sports 5,880 square foot space. Carparts has 20 stores in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts and is part of the 4,000 +/- strong-Alliance buying group. Their new tenancy is a bullish signal of confidence in the local economy.Listed at $41.51/SF, a fraction of its replacement and land cost, yields a cap rate of 8.0% with a new negotiated Motion Industries lease.Rumford Plaza is an investment opportunity providing a steady yield with long-term growth potential. The massive parking lot is large enough to consider constructing an additional building. It's an ideal 1031 exchange.