CCIM Feature

April 2004 Online Deal Makers

Office
Robert Lowe, CCIM, and Whit McCrary, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Nashville, Tenn., and a partner represented Gaedeke Landers in a more than $2.5 million, 55,931-sf office lease to Allstate Insurance Co. and a nearly $1.2 million, 6,550-sf office lease to Progressive Insurance. They also represented Corac New Life GP in a nearly $1.9 million, 12,178-sf office lease to Frost Brown Todd LLC and a more than $1.2 million, 10,546-sf office lease to Bowne of Nashville. Without the partner, they represented Corac New Life in a more than $1.3 million, 14,881-sf office lease to Stewart, Estes & Donnell and Gaedeke Holdings Ltd. in a more than $1.3 million, 18,189-sf office lease to Regional Organized Crime Center.
Paula A. Buffa, CCIM, of Advantis Real Estate Services Co. in Tampa, Fla., represented Southeast Personnel Leasing in the $2.5 million purchase of a 66,000-sf office building in Holiday, Fla., from Trust for Rehabilitation and Nurturing Youth & Families.
Scott Bazoian, CCIM, SIOR, and James W. Mosby, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis and a partner represented Olde Cabin Partnership LLC in the nearly $2.2 million sale of an 18,249-sf office building to Advanced Gastrointestinal Healthcare. They also represented Daleen in a more than $1 million, 17,853-sf office lease from Regent Holding LLC.
Kelly Diehl, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis represented Pierre Laclede LLC in a more than $1.8 million, 15,190-sf office lease to Rosenblum, Goldenhersh and a more than $1.6 million, 15,190-sf office lease to Sabreliner Corp.
Judi A. Woodyard, CCIM, SIOR, of Commercial Associates in Las Vegas represented Park One LLC in a more than $1.4 million, 11,880-sf office lease to Nevada Real Estate Services.
Gregory R. Gill, CCIM, SIOR, of Charles Dunn Co. in Seal Beach, Calif., and a partner were the sole brokers in the approximately $1.1 million sale of an 8,439-sf office building in Paramount, Calif., from Alice Atkinson Trust to the city of Paramount.
T. Scott Pollom, CCIM, and Bryan W. Poynter, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented Resource Development Properties in the nearly $1.1 million sale of an 18,000-sf office building to Northwood Mobile Home Park LLC.

Industrial
T. Scott Pollom, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and two partners represented Belmont Warehousing Complex in the more than $2 million sale of a 481,891-sf industrial building to Belmont Industrial LLC.
Fritz A. Kauffman, CCIM, SIOR, and Bryan W. Poynter, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented LIT Industrial LP in the $1.6 million sale of 83,221 sf of industrial space and 4.43 acres to Meritex Enterprises.
Geoffrey S. Hill, CCIM, SIOR, of Grubb & Ellis in Southfield, Mich., and a partner represented First Industrial LP in a $1.6 million, 47,015-sf industrial lease in Madison Heights, Mich., to Wheel to Wheel LLC.
« Harlan E. Reichle, CCIM, SIOR, of CB Richard Ellis/Reichle Klein in Toledo, Ohio, and a partner represented Pilkington LOF in the $1.4 million sale of 148,290 sf of industrial space to Toledo Public Schools.
Jeffrey R. Bender, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati and a partner represented RREEF in a more than $1 million, 51,310-sf warehouse lease to Dal Tile.

Retail
» Eugene L. Bentley, CCIM, of Norris, Beggs & Simpson in Portland, Ore., represented Janice Giunta and Charles Riegler in the more than $1.1 million sale of a 5,158-sf restaurant building in Tualatin, Ore., to Il Wook and Sung Sook Kim.

Mixed-Use
Frank T. Smith, CCIM, CPM, of Summit Management and Realty Co. in Allentown, Pa., represented Micro Specialties in the more than $1 million sale of a 12,000-sf office/warehouse building in Bethlehem, Pa., to Lehigh Valley Association of Realtors.

Land
Whit McCrary, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Nashville, Tenn., and four partners represented Chickasaw Partners LLC in the $1 million sale of 37 acres to Rhodes Development Co.

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