CCIM Feature

November/December Online Deal Makers


Arthur Nachman, CCIM, of Long & Foster Commercial Realtors in Vienna, Va., represented Poplar Avenue LLC in the more than $2.8 million purchase of a 4,500-sf Verizon Wireless store in Germantown, Tenn., from an undisclosed seller.

Joseph Belinske IV, CCIM, of Reichle | Klein Group in Toledo, Ohio, and a partner represented HIZ Properties II LLC in the more than $2.7 million sale of a 5,466-sf net-leased Applebees in Dundee, Mich., to an undisclosed buyer.

George Spirrison, CCIM, and Simeon Spirrison, CCIM, of Adelphia Properties in Oak Brook, Ill., represented private sellers in the $2.3 million sale of 9,000 sf of retail space in Hoffman Estates, Ill., to Muller’s Woodfield Acura.

Ed Colson Jr., CCIM, of Cassidy Turley in San Diego, and a partner negotiated the $1.6 million sale of a 2,899-sf Jack in the Box in Katy, Texas, from Texas Mountain – Grand Parkway LLC to Olivine LLC.

Bruce R. Schiff, CCIM, of Cassidy Turley in San Diego, and two partners represented Castle & Cooke in the 10-year, more than $1.1 million lease of 5,000 sf of retail space in Corona, Calif., to Charming Charlie.


Lester E. Osborn II, CCIM, of Piedmont Properties/Corfac International in Charlotte, N.C., represented VIT LLC in the more than $2 million sale of 28,548 sf of industrial space in Charlotte to Twin State Trailers.

William V. Gonnering, CCIM, and Craig D. Timmins, CCIM, of Investment Properties Corp. in Naples, Fla., negotiated the $600,000 sale of 11,100 sf of industrial space in Naples from Chandra K. Khasgiwala to S&T Holding.


Harlan E. Reichle Jr., CCIM, of Reichle | Klien Group in Toledo, Ohio, and a partner represented Pine Tree Apartments LLC in the $2.7 million sale of the 90-unit Pinetree Apartments in Toledo to an undisclosed buyer.

Gary N. Hunter, CCIM, of Westlake Associates in Seattle represented Solo51 LLC in the $2 million purchase of a 19-unit multifamily property in Everett, Wash., from Columbia Bank.


Scott F. Brenner, CCIM, of Brenner Real Estate Group in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and two partners represented Reliant Medical Services in the more than $1.8 million purchase of 21,500-sf of office space in the Service America Building in Pompano Beach, Fla., from Service America Enterprise.


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