CCIM Feature

September 2005 Online Deal Makers

Office

Timothy C. Macker , CCIM, of Coldwell Banker Commercial Westmac in Los Angeles represented the Gilberg Family Trust in the more than $2.3 million sale of a 2,940-sf building in Los Angeles to Ava Properties.

Scott D. Yards , CCIM, of CB Richard Ellis in Cincinnati represented DT Cincinnati LP in the more than $1.6 million, 60-month lease of the 26,223-sf Chester Towers office building in Cincinnati to IPSOS ASI.

Jeffrey W. Bloom , CCIM, of Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT in Maitland, Fla., and a partner negotiated the $1.3 million sale of a 7,941-sf office property in Orlando, Fla., from Dongyu Publishing to 118 E. Jefferson Street LLC.

Thomas S. Vincent, CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness/Sentinel Realty Advisors in Rolling Meadows, Ill., represented IBEW in the more than $1 million sale of a 10,078-sf office building in Aurora, Ill., to Two Rivers Head Start Agency.

Retail

Harry W. Champ , CCIM, and Dennis M. Sargent, CCIM, both of Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT in Maitland, Fla., represented the Lester E. Ginkel Trust in the more than $2.5 million purchase of a 20,075-sf retail commercial building in Eustis, Fla., from Eustis Land Development. Champ and Sargent also represented a private investor in the $2.5 million purchase of an 8,600-sf restaurant in Orlando, Fla., from Thai Veranda. The duo also represented George Donovan in the more than $1.7 million purchase of a 12,000-sf retail strip center in Longwood, Fla., from Hylon Investments.

Neil H. Warshafsky, CCIM, of Re/Max Commercial Focus in Toronto and a partner represented Kai Pak Developments in the more than $1.4 million purchase of a 3,800-sf retail space in Toronto from Kazman Realty.

Melody Traeger , CCIM, of Coldwell Banker Commercial AI Group in Orange City, Fla., represented Murphy Bed Centers in the more than $1 million purchase of a 5,000-sf facility in Orlando, Fla., from John and Hui Glennie of Alexandria, Va.

Keith A. Sturm, CCIM, and Deborah K. Vannelli, CCIM, both of Upland Real Estate group in Minneapolis represented a private investor in the $1.2 million sale of a 2,178-sf 7-Eleven Convenience store in Aston, Pa., to a private investor.

Land

John V. Propp , CCIM, of Propp Property in Denver represented Spasco Ltd. in the $1.1 million purchase of 1.89 acres of land in Wheat Ridge, Colo., from BGT Enterprises LLC.

Industrial

C. Lee Hilbert , CCIM, and David Miles Williams, CCIM, both of Grubb & Ellis/Harrison & Bates in Richmond, Va., represented U-Turn in the $3 million purchase of a 144,805-sf industrial building in Richmond from Circuit City Stores.

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