Church’s Chicken

Church’s Chicken is an American chain of fast food restaurants specializing in fried chicken, also trading outside North America and Asia as Texas Chicken. The chain was founded as Church’s Fried Chicken To Go by George W. Church, Sr., on April 17, 1952, in San Antonio, Texas, across the street from The Alamo. The company, with more than 1,700 locations in 25 countries, is the third-largest chicken restaurant chain behind KFC and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen.

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  • Loyal Customer Following
  • NNN lease eliminates landlord responsibilities
  • Typically Long term leases with increases


  • Consumers are showing a growing interest in healthy fast food.
  • Competitive Industry Sector
  • Susceptible to economic trends and pressures

Market Snapshots:

On Market Ranges:

# of Properties in set: 10

Price: $833,920 - $1,118,430Average: $981,077

PPSF: $570 - $640Average: $605

Year Built: 1972 - 2008Average: 1983

CAP Rate Range: 5.87% - 7.17%Average: 6.18%

Size range: 908 sq ft - 2,964 sq ft Average: 1,750 sq ft

Last 12 Month Range:

# of Properties in set: 12

Price: $1,027,960 - $1,284,950Average: $1,223,759

PPSF: $677 - $873Average: $752

Year Built: 1969 - 2017Average: 1988

CAP Rate Range: 5.56% - 7.52%Average: 6.54%

Size range: 780 sq ft - 2,656 sq ft Average: 1,552 sq ft

Church’s Chicken Company Profile

Headquarters Information

Atlanta, Georgia

Founded in 1952

Company type: Private

Sector: Services

Industry: Food

# of Employees: 5,000

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