CCIM Feature

October 2005 Online Deal Makers

Office

John V. Propp , CCIM, of Propp Property in Denver represented John and Yvonne Garratt in the $2.6 million purchase of a 20,017-sf office-flex building in Fort Collins, Colo., from Armada Holdings LLC.

Darrin L. Boyd , CCIM, SIOR, and G. Bryan Miller, CCIM, and David A. Moore, CCIM, SIOR, and another partner from Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented Fall Creek Professional Park of Indianapolis in the $1.7 million, 10-year lease of 16,414 sf of office space to Northwest Evaluation Association.

» E. Thomas Naseef , CCIM, SIOR, of Coldwell Banker Commercial ETN in Las Vegas represented Fairfield Resort in the more than $1.6 million, 55-month aggregate lease of a 13,751-sf office building in Las Vegas from AILP LP.

Scott Abernethy , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati and a partner represented A.G. Edwards & Sons in the more than $1.5 million, seven-year lease renewal of 14,635 sf of office space in the Chemed Center in Cincinnati from Hines-255 Fifth LP. Abernethy and a partner also represented Provident Bank in the more than $1 million, 10-year lease of 6,218 sf of office space at Wright’s Summit Building No. 1 in Fort Wright, Ky., from the Wessels Co. LLC.

William V. Gonnering , CCIM, SIOR, of Investment Properties Corp. in Naples, Fla., negotiated the more than $1.4 million sale of a 9,680-sf building in Naples from John Smarge to the Boran, Craig, Barber Partnership.

Tim Strange , CCIM, SIOR, of Sperry Van Ness/William T. Strange & Associates in Oklahoma City represented a private investor in the more than $1.1 million sale of a 25,324-sf office building in Oklahoma City to a private investor represented by Carmen Goodspeed, CCIM, of Price Edwards in Oklahoma City.

Industrial

John E. Huguenard , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented Franklin Road Realty in the $3 million, 10-year lease of a 95,911-sf industrial facility in Indianapolis to Phoenix Brands represented by J. Jeffrey Castell, CCIM, SIOR, also of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis. Huguenard and a partner also represented White Cap Construction Supply in the $1.5 million, 7-year lease of a 36,250-sf industrial facility in Indianapolis from McCarty/Western LLC.

«Robert J. Dikman, CCIM, of the Dikman Co. in Tampa, Fla., represented Mark 60 TE LLC in the more than $1.8 million purchase of a 60,000-sf building in Tampa East Industrial Park from Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.

David Noonan , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati represented Prologis in the more than $1.1 million, 64-month lease of an 80,406-sf manufacturing building in Cincinnati to Sonoco CPD.

Land

Abigail W. Hohmann , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented Menard’s in the $2.8 million purchase of 26.4 acres of land in West Lafayette, Ind., from CHE-JAC-FBSC.

Retail

Rebecca Wells , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and a partner represented Lapel Commons LLC in the $1.3 million sale of a 13,916-sf retail center and two acres of land in Lapel, Ind., to Capital Income Properties.

Multifamily

Bryan B. Hanes , CCIM, and Braemon M. Hanes, CCIM, both of Hanes Investment Realty in Westlake Village, Calif., represented Terry and Sybil Kingston in the more than $2.7 million sale of the 13,344-sf Coldwater Apartments in North Hollywood, Calif., to H. Avaness. They also represented Don and Charlene Nelson in the $2.5 million sale of the 9,715-sf Glenwood Apartments in Glendale, Calif., to Valeri Karakenyan.

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