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Deal Makers(12)


« Mack Gaither , CCIM, of RJS Realty Group in West Palm Beach, Fla., and two partners represented a local partnership in the more than $34 million sale of the 148,591-sf Weston Corporate Centre in Weston, Fla., to BlackRock Realty Advisors.

William A. Schneller , CCIM, of CB Richard Ellis in Cincinnati and two partners represented Tri-State Improvement Co. in the more than $31 million sale of the more than 100,000-sf Fourth & Walnut Centre building in Cincinnati to a private buyer.

» Cliff West , CCIM, and Richard J. Abel , CCIM, of Colliers Ostendorf-Morris in Cleveland represented Kindred Healthcare in the $20 million, 15-year lease of a 144,000-sf medical office building in Cleveland from the Benjamin Rose Institute.

William G. Bywater , CCIM, of the Bywater Co. in Orlando, Fla., represented Donald and Barbara Pearson in the $6.3 million sale of a 24,800-sf medical office building in Orlando to Orlando Regional Healthcare System.

Stephen E. Sample , CCIM, and Netty M. Wisbaum , CCIM, of Cuellar Realty Services in Phoenix represented King Commercial Investments LLC in the $4 million sale of the three-building, 26,600-sf Sundance Gardens office property in Carefree, Ariz., to a private investor.

« Gary W. Lyons , CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness/AIM Real Estate Advisors in Raleigh, N.C., and Mark Alexander , CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness in Fort Myers, Fla., represented a private investor in the more than $3.5 million sale of a 16,612-sf medical office building in Wilson, N.C., to a private buyer.


« Garry Cuff , CCIM, of NAI Horizon in Las Vegas represented La Villita Venture LLC in the $14.5 million sale of the 243-unit Emerald Gardens apartments in Las Vegas to Portico Management Group LLC.

» William R. Younce , CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness in Portland, Ore., represented Chinook Way LLC in the more than $10 million sale of the 125-unit Chinook Way Apartments in Portland to Sun Ridge Associates.


« Charles A. Mack , CCIM, of Mack Realty Commercial Specialists in Las Vegas represented UHS of Delaware in the $18 million sale of 40 acres of land in North Las Vegas, Nev., to a private investor. Along with Jack A. Rappaport , CCIM, of R&R Commercial Real Estate Services in Las Vegas, Mack represented Desert Rock Enterprises in the more than $9.5 million purchase of 36 acres of land in North Las Vegas from a private investor. Mack also represented Pecos & Centennial Parkway Trust in the $6.5 million sale of 10 acres of land in North Las Vegas to a private investor.

Steven Medwin , CCIM, SIOR, of Lincoln Property Co. in Miami and a partner represented PPF Lincoln-Medley LLC in the $17 million purchase of 39 acres of industrial land in Medley, Fla., from Turnpike Land Corp.

« William A. Eshenbaugh , CCIM, of Eshenbaugh Land Co. in Tampa, Fla., represented SoHo Properties LLC in the $14.5 million sale of 4 acres of land in Tampa to Post Properties. Eshenbaugh also represented Ruskin Properties I LLC and Belleair Cap. LLC in the more than $8.9 million sale of a 225-acre parcel of land in Ruskin, Fla., to Windward Homes.

John T. Conroy , CCIM, of Investment Properties Corp. in Naples, Fla., represented Lee Memorial Hospital in a $10.8 million, 20-year lease of 12.1 acres of land in Fort Myers, Fla., from CB Medical North and CB Medical South.

William M. Gunn, CCIM, SIOR, and Carey P. Gilbert , CCIM, SIOR, of J.H. Berry & Gilbert in Birmingham, Ala., represented Pinewood Ltd. in the $3.4 million sale of the 130-acre Pinewood multifamily parcel in Hoover, Ala., to D.R. Horton.

« Christopher B. Fraser , CCIM, of in Charleston, S.C., represented 654 Coleman Blvd. LLC in the $3.1 million sale of 3.8 acres of land in Mount Pleasant, S.C., to WBD LLC.

Raymond J. Case , CCIM, of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic International in North Charleston, S.C., represented Porter Barron and Billy Barron in the more than $3 million sale of 62 acres of land in North Charleston to Jennifer Grafton-Gore.


« Arthur Nachman , CCIM, of Long & Foster Commercial in Vienna, Va., and a partner represented Phoenix Enterprises LLC in the $5.4 million, 10-year lease of the 61,500-sf Shirley Highway Distribution Center in Springfield, Va., from Shirley Highway Distribution Center Partnership.

Jeffrey R. Bender , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati represented Aristech Acrylics in the more than $3.6 million, 10-year lease of 275,000 sf of industrial space in Independence, Ky., from the Miller Valentine Group.


« Ron Beck , CCIM, of Coldwell Banker Commercial- Almar Real Estate Group in San Diego represented the sellers, Mark II Properties and Kearny Investors, and the buyer, Park Realty Advisors, in the more than $42 million sale of a 239,000-sf mixed-use industrial, office, and retail park in Mira Mesa, Calif.

Steve Stephens , CCIM, SIOR, of Stephens Commercial Real Estate in Aurora, Ill., represented all parties including the buyer, the Van Strand Group, in the $3.6 million sale of a 72,051-sf portfolio of buildings in Aurora.


Jack H. Brower , CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness/Gold Dust Commercial in Carson City, Nev., represented Incline Village in the $10.5 million sale of the 21,000-sf Village Plaza retail center in Incline Village, Nev., to AM Davis Mercantile.

Joseph C. French Jr. , CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness in White Plains, N.Y., and two partners represented DDR DownREIT LLC in the more than $8.5 million sale of a 141,770-sf retail property in Connersville, Ind., to an affiliate of California-based Fields Investments.

Troy A. Legge , CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness/Lighthouse Commercial Realty in Charlotte, N.C., represented Berkshire Hudson Durham LLC in the more than $4.3 million sale of a 10,908-sf Eckerd drugstore in Durham, N.C., to UBS Bank.


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