CCIM Feature

Deal Makers(35)

Industrial

BIG Deal
J. Jeffrey Castell, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and Kevin H. Huchingson, CCIM, of Colliers Dickson Flake Partners in Little Rock, Ark., represented Caterpillar in the more than $25 million purchase of a 715,000-sf industrial building in North Little Rock, Ark., from Inland.

Brian Califf, CCIM, and Hank Martin, CCIM, of NAI Saig Co. in Memphis, Tenn., negotiated the $9.5 million sale of a 344,000-sf distribution center in Memphis from Harriett Crews Partnership to HAS Commercial Real Estate.

W. Erik Foster, CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis in Chicago and a partner represented Waterton Associates in the $6 million sale of a 110,000-sf industrial building in Schaumburg, Ill., to American Asset Management Services.

William R. Johnson, CCIM, of Richard Bowers & Co. in Atlanta and two partners represented an undisclosed seller in the $3.2 million sale of a 50,000-sf warehouse property in Chamblee, Ga., to Parkside Partners.

Thomas M. McCormick, CCIM, and Bernard McNab, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati represented Teepe & Partners Mechanical in the $3.1 million purchase of an 88,562 sf of industrial building in Forest Park, Ohio, from Cincinnati United Contractors.

Retail

BIG Deal
Cathy A. Jones, CCIM, of Sun Commercial Real Estate in Las Vegas and Bradley C. Spies, CCIM, of Sun Commercial Real Estate in Scottsdale, Ariz., and three partners represented a private investor in the $16.7 million purchase of a 29,595-sf retail strip center in Scottsdale from an undisclosed seller. Jones, Spies, and three partners also represented an undisclosed seller in the $8.3 million sale of a 24,860-sf retail strip center in Las Vegas to a private investor.

Tim J. Bradley, CCIM, of Contour Investment Properties in Jackson, Wyo., negotiated the $4 million sale of a 4,870-sf retail property in Jackson Hole, Wyo., from the Bailey Family Trust to W/S Holdings #1 LLC.

Neil B. Goodhue, CCIM, of Goodhue Investments in Piedmont, Calif., and a partner represented Goodhue Investments in the $4 million purchase of a 7,000-sf retail building in San Mateo, Calif., from an undisclosed seller.

Michael C. Fusek, CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness/Rankin Co. in Springfield, Mo., represented the undisclosed seller and private investor in the $3.8 million sale of the 18,500-sf Rangeline Marketplace in Joplin, Mo.

Vicki L. Cade, CCIM, and Teresa Larkin Corbin, CCIM, of Endura Advisory Group in San Antonio, Tom Rohde III, CCIM, of Rohde, Ottmers and Siegel Realty in San Antonio, and Sam Sheff, CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis in Houston negotiated the $3.6 million sale of a 178,000-sf retail property in San Antonio from the Navar Family to San Antonio Property Development LLC.

Multifamily

Casey Babb, CCIM, and William J. Renje Jr., CCIM, of NAI Tampa Bay in Seminole, Fla., and a partner represented Regency Square Developer in the $5 million sale of the 120-unit Regency Square Apartments in Tampa, Fla., to Tampa Regency Apartments LLC.

Financing

Andrew Roland, CCIM, of Capmark Finance in Red Bank, N.J., secured a $5.5 million loan for a 350-unit student housing property in Provo, Utah.

Office

BIG Deal
Matthew B. Fentress, CCIM, of NAI Knoxville in Knoxville, Tenn., and BenjaminJustin Horn, CCIM, of Equity in Columbus, Ohio, negotiated the more than $25 million sale of a 100,000-sf office property in Knoxville from Partners XII LLC to 11400 POP I Investor IV LLC.

Richard L. Smith Jr., CCIM, formerly of Richard Bowers & Co. in Atlanta and a partner represented Eye Consultants of Atlanta P.C. in the 15-year, more than $18 million lease of the 47,875-sf Cumberland Center IV in Atlanta from CCIV Associates LLC.

Peter J. Dufour, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Minneapolis and a partner represented Parametric Technologies in the more than 10-year, $15 million lease of a 93,000-sf office building in the Lexington Preserve Business Park in Blaine, Minn., from CSM Corp.

G. William Knight Sr., CCIM, of GVA Advantis in Atlanta represented Acosta in the 10-year, $17.5 million lease of 88,500 sf of office space in Marlborough, Mass., from BGI Holdings III LLC.

Scott Bazoian, CCIM, and James W. Mosby, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis and a partner represented Cyrus Tang Revocable Trust in the $7.8 million sale of 81,508 sf of office space in St. Louis to U.S. Corporate Real Estate, represented by Richard M. Messey, CCIM, also of CTMT in St. Louis.

Kevin M. Lynch, CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness in Arlington Heights, Ill., negotiated the $6 million sale of a 30,000-sf office building in Mount Prospect, Ill., from an undisclosed seller to a private investor.

Robert Lowe, CCIM, and Whit McCrary, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Brentwood, Tenn., and two partners represented Principal Real Estate Investors LLC in the more than $4.8 million sale of a 40,897-sf office building in Nashville, Tenn., to 60 MSE GP.

Drew Augustin, CCIM, of NAI Olympia Partners in Indianapolis and a partner represented The Howard E. Nyhart Co. in the 10-year plus, more than $4.5 million lease of 19,629 sf of office space in Indianapolis from Edgeworth Laskey Properties.

William M. Gunn, CCIM, of J.H. Berry & Gilbert in Birmingham, Ala., and a partner represented an undisclosed lessor in the 7-year plus, more than $4 million lease of 32,000 sf of office space in Birmingham to Children’s Hospital of Birmingham.

Brian Finnegan, CCIM, of WestCom Properties in Bellingham, Wash., represented Advantage Business Park LLC in the $3.6 million sale of a 20,000-sf office building in Burlington, Wash., to a private investor.

Elizabeth Clare, CCIM, of Commerce CRG/Cushman & Wakefield in Las Vegas represented Carson Properties Nevada LLC in the 10-year, more than $3.1 million lease of 12,111 sf of office space in Las Vegas to Mzima-Colocation Acquisition Co. LLC.

Daniel A. Berger, CCIM, of Commercial Partners in Lancaster, Pa., represented 147 W. Airport Road LP and Hogan Development Co. in the $3.1 million sale of a 25,000-sf office building in Lititz, Pa., to Lombardo Properties LLC.

Mixed-Use

BIG Deal
David J. Stevens, CCIM, of Investment Properties Corp. in Naples, Fla., negotiated the $10.7 million sale of a 37,882-sf mixed-use property in Naples from PLL Development to Charleston Square of Naples LLC.

Christopher C. Close, CCIM, of Close-Converse Commercial Properties in Brainerd, Minn., represented the undisclosed seller and the private investor in the $4.5 million purchase of a 19,800-sf office/warehouse space in Baxter, Minn.

Land

BIG Deal
Ryan J. Johnson, CCIM, of the Metzker Johnson Group in Reno, Nev., represented Longley Corners LLC in the $6.1 million purchase of 8.8 acres of land in Reno from Capurro-Quilicy Investments.

Timothy W. Harrison, CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness/Whitney Commercial Real Estate in Asheville, N.C., and a partner represented Laurel Views LLC in the $3.4 million sale of 90 acres of land near Hendersonville, N.C., to WXZ/SG Acquisitions LLC.

Hospitality

BIG Deal
Bruce V. Holmes, CCIM, of HotelBrokerOne in Oklahoma City and two partners negotiated the $3.6 million sale of the 95-room GuestHouse Inn & Suites in Tulsa, Okla., from Nu-Gen Hotels LLC to Samaath LLC.

Michael Collier, CCIM, of National Hospitality Brokers LLC in Indianapolis negotiated the $3 million sale of the 80-room Lees Inn & Suites in Kalamazoo, Mich., from Mutual Hospitality to Cincinnati Capital Partners 82 LLC.

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