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Deal Makers(38)

Office
W. Erik Foster , CCIM, of the Foster Group of Marcus & Millichap in Chicago and a partner brokered the more than $22.7 million sale of the 95,896-sf MacNeal medical office portfolio in Berwyn, Ill., from H.S.A. to Heitman. Foster also represented a REIT in the $16.5 million sale of the 110,581-sf Affina portfolio in Peoria, Ill., to a private investor.

Kevin Bruce Markwordt , CCIM, of Transwestern Commercial Services in Atlanta and a partner represented Invesco in the $21.2 million sale of the 210,065-sf Chase Corporate Center in Birmingham, Ala., to Talcott Realty Investors.

Joseph L. Rossi , CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis/Commercial Florida in Orlando, Fla., and a partner represented Opus Corp. in the $21.2 million sale of the 123,044-sf University Corporate Center One office building in Orlando to a private investor.

John E. Huguenard, CCIM, SIOR, and Rebecca Wells , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and a partner represented E-L Allison Pointe II LLP in the $14.3 million sale of an 88,350-sf office building in Indianapolis to Sun Life Assurance Co. Huguenard, Wells, and another partner also represented E-L Allison Pointe II LLP in the $12.1 million sale of an 80,900-sf office building in Indianapolis to Sun Life Assurance Co.

Richard M. Messey , CCIM, and Clarence M. Turley , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis represented PricewaterhouseCoopers in the $10.2 million, 10-year lease of 49,762 sf of office space in St. Louis from First States Investors 225 LLC.

Jeffrey Eales , CCIM, of Birtcher Anderson Properties in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., negotiated the more than $10 million, 10-year lease of 40,000 sf in the Transit Tower building in Santa Ana, Calif., between the County of Orange and Birtcher Anderson Investors LLC.

Brad Luger , CCIM, of GVA Advantis in Tampa, Fla., and a partner represented Taurus Tampa Bay LLC in the $8.4 million sale of the 80,451-sf Eastpointe office building in Tampa from Cypress Creek Capital.

William R. Johnson , CCIM, of Richard Bowers & Co. in Atlanta represented Crawford & Co. in the $8 million sale of its 87,500-sf headquarters in Sandy Springs, Ga., to a subsidiary of Easlan Capital of Atlanta.

Anthony P. Witt , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Dayton, Ohio, and a partner represented Papyrus LLC in the more than $7.7 million, 10-year lease of 75,042 sf of office space in Dayton to NewPage Corp.

Christopher B. Fraser , CCIM, of barkleyfraser.com in Charleston, S.C., represented Karl H. Kuester in the more than $6 million, 10-year lease of 48,026 sf of office space in Charleston to the Art Institute of Charleston.

Mary Beth Kohart , CCIM, and Rebecca Wells , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and a partner represented Boxer Property Management in the more than $5.5 million sale of a 98,448-sf office building in Indianapolis to Keystone Corp. Square LP.

« Steven D. Weinstock , CCIM, of Marcus & Millichap in Southfield, Mich., and a partner represented a private investor in the more than $5.4 million sale of the 37,000-sf Meadowbrook Professional Plaza medical office building in Rochester, Mich., to a private investor.

Greg N. Morrison , CCIM, SIOR, of GVA Advantis in Orlando, Fla., represented Parkway Properties in the more than $5 million, six-year lease of a 39,362-sf office space at the Maitland 100 Building in Maitland, Fla., to SunGard Higher Education Services.

Neil H. Warshafsky , CCIM, of Re/Max Commercial Focus Brokerage in Toronto represented the seller, 1404511 Ontario, and the buyer, Allied REIT, in the $4.5 million sale of 39,132 sf of office space in Toronto. Warshafsky also represented St. Patrick Street Investments in the $3.4 million sale of a 17,238-sf office in Toronto to CUPE Ltd.

Darrin L. Boyd , CCIM, SIOR, and David A. Moore , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented Forethought Financial Group in the more than $4.1 million, 10-year lease of 17,786 sf of office space in Indianapolis from University Park Associates LLC. Along with Mary Beth Kohart , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis, Boyd, Moore, and two other partners negotiated the more than $3.9 million, 10-year lease of 17,667 sf of office space in Indianapolis from HDG Mansur to Harrison & Moberly. Boyd, Moore, and another partner represented HDG Mansur Investment Services in the more than $3.4 million, 10-year lease of 25,464 sf of office space in Indianapolis to Scopelitis, Garvin, Light & Hanson.

Patrick J. Richardson , CCIM, of Harry K. Moore Co. in Louisville, Ky., represented Nephrology Associates of Kentuckiana P.S.C. in the $3.9 million, 10-year l ease of 14,182 sf of office space in Louisville from NTS Realty Holdings LP.

« Henry Chazankin , CCIM, of Chazankin Commercial Real Estate in Windsor, Calif., represented a private investor in the more than $3.7 million purchase of the 24,000-sf Lakota East Professional Building in Liberty Township, Ohio, from a private investor.

« Karl Behrens , CCIM, SIOR, of BND Commercial LLC in Fort Wayne, Ind., and a partner represented Innotek in the $3.6 million, 10-year lease of a 66,000-sf office and a research and development facility in Fort Wayne from Tippmann Dumas LLC.

Multifamily
Steven D. Weinstock , CCIM, of Marcus & Millichap in Southfield, Mich., represented Arvada Green/Arvada Village LP in the more than $23 million sale of the 264-unit Arvada Village and the 108-unit Arvada Green Apartments in Arvada, Colo., to Bridge Co-Investment Fund. Weinstock and a partner also represented Garfield Park LLC in the more than $3.7 million sale of the 110-unit Garfield Park Apartments in Fraser, Mich., to a private investor.

Michael B. Drew , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented Nelson Building Corp. in the more than $20 million sale of the 348-unit Northlake Village Apartments in Noblesville, Ind., to McCann Realty Partners LLC. Drew also represented Nelson Building Corp. in the more than $11.3 million sale of the 267-unit Mission Hills Apartments in Greenwood, Ind., to McCann Realty Partners LLC. He also represented Nelson Building Corp. in the more than $5.6 million sale of the 180-unit Jamestown Village Apartments in New Castle, Ind., to McCann Realty Partners LLC.

T. Scott Pollom , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented TriOaks LLC in the $11.8 million sale of the 824-unit Oaks at Buck Creek Apartments in Indianapolis to a private investor.

Darrell H. Johnson , CCIM, of Smith Equities Corp. in Orlando, Fla., represented Amistef Largo LLC in the more than $11.1 million sale of the 108-unit Whispering Palms Condominiums in Largo, Fla., to Whispering Palms Condominiums LLC.

Kevin Bruce Markwordt , CCIM, of Transwestern Commercial Services in Atlanta and a partner represented Midland Loan Services in the $7.5 million sale of the 218-unit Highland South Apartments in Jonesboro, Ga., to The Bascom Group.

Julie L. Lux , CCIM, and James M. McCaffrey , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Minneapolis and another partner represented U.S. Bank Trust National Association in the $7.2 million sale of the Courtly Park Townhomes in Minneapolis to Madison Equities. McCaffrey and a partner also represented U.S. Bank Trust National Association in the $6 million sale of the 75-unit White Bear Woods Apartments in White Bear Lake, Minn., to LaSalle Investment Management.

Retail
Kevin Bruce Markwordt , CCIM, of Transwestern Commercial Services in Atlanta and a partner represented Midland Loan Services in the $20 million sale of the 494,496-sf Biltmore Square Mall in Asheville, N.C., to Biltmore Eight LLC.

« John M. Crossman , CCIM, of Crossman & Co., in Orlando, Fla., represented Carter-Crossman Investments in the $13 million purchase of the 170,000-sf Orange City marketplace retail center in Orange City, Fla., from Sunshine Portfolio Ltd.

» Michael Muhmoud Pourmirza , CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness in Woodland Hills, Calif., represented WP Developments LLC in the $12.2 million purchase of the 170,336-sf Grand Central Station shopping center in Austin, Texas, from TCP Grand Central Partners Ltd. He also represented Silver Investments LLC in the more than $4.3 million purchase of the 41,248-sf Center Point shopping center in Austin, Texas, from Limited Partnership Center LLC.

» Jim Flock , CCIM, of Forum Management Group in Atlanta and a partner represented Forum Management Group in the $11 million purchase of the 128,000-sf River Place shopping center in Canton, Ga., from Developers Diversified Realty.

William W. Bussey , CCIM, and Colin W. Kraay , CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis/Paramount Commerce in Grand Rapids, Mich., represented Grand Central Plaza Associates LLC in the $7.3 million sale of the 90,000-sf Grand Central Plaza shopping center in Grand Rapids to Gold Dredge LLC.

« Rebecca R. Wall , CCIM, of Meybohm Commercial Properties LLC in Augusta, Ga., represented Shoppes at Country Place LLC in the more than $6.3 million sale of a 28,600-sf shopping center in Evans, Ga., to The Williamson Group LLC.

» Henry Chazankin , CCIM, of Chazankin Commercial Real Estate in Windsor, Calif., represented a private investor in the $5.8 million sale of the 31,000-sf Winding Oaks retail center in Sacramento, Calif., to a private investor. He also represented a private investor in the $4.9 million purchase of the 22,000-sf Lakeside retail center in Brentwood, Tenn., from a private investor.

Robert Shannon , CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness/Great Cove Advisors in Boston represented the seller, a private investor, and the buyer, the White Family Trust, in the $5.6 million sale of a 32,449-sf Circuit City in Danvers, Mass.

Robert W. Taylor , CCIM, of Colliers International in Cincinnati represented Equity Investment Group in the more than $5.2 million sale of a 182,000-sf retail building in Cincinnati to Be ar Creek Capital.

« Linda Gibbs , CCIM, SIOR, and Timothy J. Sharpe, CCIM, SIOR, of CB Richard Ellis/Hubbell Commercial in West Des Moines, Iowa, represented Walters Investments International in the more than $4.4 million sale of the 34,560-sf Westmark Plaza II retail center in Urbandale, Iowa, to a private investor.

Land
John E. Huguenard , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis, Thomas M. Powers , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati, and a partner represented Duke Realty in the $13.7 million sale of 397 acres of land in the Cleveland area to Farro Enterprises.

Edward L. Miller , CCIM, and Dolores S. Seymou r , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Arnold in Tampa, Fla., represented Circle Tampa Ventures I LLC in the more than $8.2 million sale of a 28-acre development site in Tampa to Hanover RS Ltd.

Hassan S. Jadali , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis and a partner represented Collins Goodman Development in the more than $5.9 million sale of 18.57 acres of land in St. Louis to Dmyterko & Wright Partners.

Mark W. Szerlag , CCIM, of Thomas A. Duke Co. in Farmington Hills, Mich., represented the sellers, James F. and Kay D. Behrenwald, and the buyers, Republic West LLC, in the $4.9 million sale of 15 acres of vacant land in Lyons Township, Mich.

Thomas J. Niewohner , CCIM, of LandCorp in Englewood, Colo., represented the buyer, Douglas Senior Associates LLC, and the seller, Newland Communities, in the $4.1 million purchase of 21 acres of land in Parker, Colo.

Jay H. Vaughn , CCIM, of Coldwell Banker-Meca in Charlotte, N.C., represented Performance Road LP in the $4.1 million sale of 110-acres of land for a business park in Charlotte to Kilburn Commercial Properties.

Mark Jeffrey Howe , CCIM, of Coldwell Banker Commercial TradeMark Properties in Raleigh, N.C., represented Granite Properties and Management LLC in the more than $3.9 million sale of 138 acres of residential-zoned land in Zebulon, N.C., to Mag Land Development LLC represented by Richard G. Havens, CCIM, of Geocorp in Chapel Hill, N.C.

William Bradford , CCIM, SIOR, of GVA Advantis in Orlando, Fla., and a partner represented Pizzuti Land/Cornerstone LLC in the more than $3.8 million sale of 25.5 acres of land in Orlando to Lone Oak of Orlando LLC.

Stephen L. Seidl , CCIM, SIOR, of Seidl & Associates in Green Bay, Wis., represented the West De Pere school system in the $3.1 million purchase of 135 acres of land in Green Bay from Phillip and Delores Van Gheem.

Industrial
James P. Center , CCIM, SIOR, of Grubb & Ellis in City of Industry, Calif., and two partners represented Lamps Plus in the $54 million purchase of a 784,000-sf industrial building in Redlands, Calif., from Trammell Crow Co.

John E. Huguenard , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and two partners represented Post Park Investors LLC in the more than $5.9 million sale of a 141,229-sf industrial building in Indianapolis to Cabot Properties.

David Noonan , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati represented Preferred Holdings in the $5.3 million sale of a 96,000-sf industrial building in West Chester, Ohio, to Neyer Properties.

J. Jeffrey Castell , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and a partner represented Prologis Leasing in the more than $5.1 million, six-year lease of 281,880 sf of industrial space in Lebanon, Ind., to Subaru.

Terry A. Stieve , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis represented Ameriwood Industries in the $4.5 million sale of a 523,225-sf industrial building in Wright City, Mo., to Merritt Properties.

Edward J. Redlich , CCIM, and Viktoria Telek , CCIM, of ComReal Miami in Miami represented Gateway Ventures in the more than $4.2 million purchase of a 40,308-sf warehouse in Miami from Trellis Investments.

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