Need more info to go on. Cap rates will change based on things like the creditworthiness of the tenant, the type of tenant (eg, pharmacies vs. fast food chains), the property's location, and the lease structure and term.
To the best of my knowledge, you will not find a definitive "cap rate" based on the area. A cap rate is determined by taking the Net Operating Income, and dividing it by the asking price. Obviously the cap rate will vary with the building, based on it's use and/or tenants.
for apartments approx 6%retail 7%+
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