Monetizing the Value of Underutilized Assets

The Dartmouth Company works with numerous retailers and landlords on the disposition of excess properties. Our team brings knowledge of the highest and best retail uses with our comprehensive understanding current market conditions as well as retail voids in the market and by directly outreaching to potential users. While most of our expertise lies in subleasing or selling properties to other retailers, some cases have involved incorporating non-retail users in order to maximize property valuation.

Our team works closely with our clients to develop and execute a strategy based on their objectives. Some of the clients that we have represented include Lowe’s, Wal-Mart, Barnes & Noble, Sears/K-Mart, and Realty Income. To best serve our clients we have established a Deal Management System, which provides a secure network for clients and the team to access information, documents, and status for any property.

Our Current Dispositions

Lowe's Home Improvement

In addition to representing Lowe’s in their new store development, The Dartmouth Company is the North Region account manager for Lowe’s Excess Properties.  Assisting in the marketing efforts for former Lowe’s stores, large tracts, excess land/outparcels and carve outs; Dartco has represented Lowe’s with their excess property dispositions since 2009. To date, we have closed over 120 transactions across 35 states and are currently working on 18 properties.



Key Corporation

The Dartmouth Company is currently representing Key Corporation with several property dispositions in Upstate New York.  Partnered with Jones Lang Lasalle, Dartco has 26 listings, half of which are being marketed for sale, and the remaining half for sub-lease.  Several of these properties are currently in various stages of negotiations and under contract.




National Amusements

The Dartmouth Company currently represents National Amusements throughout the Northeast.  Assisting in the marketing efforts of former Showcase Cinema’s, large tracts, and excess land.  Many of these disposition assignments involve challenging re-use of single purpose theater buildings.  To date, The Dartmouth Company has completed or are under contract for over $100 M of transactions.