CCIM Feature

October 2006 Online Deal Makers

Industrial
David A. Kelpe, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis and three partners represented Magellan Health Services in the $1.9 million, seven-year lease of 33,600 sf of industrial space in St. Louis from BRiverline Industrial Associates LP.

Terry Coyne, CCIM, SIOR, of Grubb & Ellis in Cleveland represented OsAir in the $1.8 million sale of a 44,000-sf industrial building in Mentor, Ohio, to ABC Cos.

Daniel A. Berger, CCIM, SIOR, of Commercial Industrial Brokers in Lancaster, Pa., represented D&B Properties in the $1.4 million sale of a 13,100-sf industrial building in Lancaster from T & TG Properties LLC.

Jan Boltres, CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis/Commercial Florida in Tampa, Fla., and a partner represented Suncoast Truck Repair in the more than $1.3 million purchase of the 21,366-sf Columbus warehouse building in Tampa from RPM-1 LLC.

Dean Roth, CCIM, independent broker in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., represented Professional Hospital Supply in the $1.1 million, three-year lease of 70,000 sf at the Majestic Commercenter in Aurora, Colo., from Majestic Realty.

Office
Barry Oaks, CCIM, of Cushman & Wakefield of Florida in Tampa, Fla., and two partners represented Florida Spine Properties LLC in the more than $2.5 million purchase of 26,000 sf of office space in Clearwater, Fla., from JES Properties.

Stevens E. Tombrink, CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis/Commercial Florida in Tampa, Fla., and a partner negotiated the more than $2 million sale of a 25,000-sf office/warehouse in Plant City, Fla., from Ray and Natalie Gibson to Alegra LLC.

Richard M. Messey, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis represented NNN One Chesterfield Place in the more than $1.3 million, three-year lease extension and expansion of 15,667 sf of office space in St. Louis to Principal Life Insurance Co.

Retail
G. Bryan Miller, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented Horizon Investments in the $1.1 million sale of a 4,000-sf convenience store in Indianapolis to RH Dillon Corp.

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