CCIM Feature

April 2005 Online Deal Makers

Office
Arthur Nachman, CCIM, of Long & Foster Real Estate in Vienna, Va., represented Dombroff & Gilmore PC in the nearly $2.2 million lease of a 25,602-sf office building in Tysons Corner, Va., from Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer, and Feld LLP.
« Daniel J. Jessup, CCIM, of Apex Commercial in Brookfield, Wis., brokered the eight year $1.6 million lease of the 7,904-sf office building in Madison, Wis., from 525 Junction Road LLC to Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Neil E. Merin, CCIM, SIOR, of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman in West Palm Beach, Fla., represented JEC LLC in the $1.5 million sale of a 4,800-sf office building in Jupiter, Fla., to Dennis Cunningham.

Land
Michael E. Dreyer
, CCIM, of Coldwell Banker Commercial Sun Land Realty in Melbourne, Fla., represented Matnick Partners in the $2.6 million sale of more than 37 acres to a private investor. He also negotiated the $2.2 million sale of more than 14.4 acres of land from a family trust to Manatee Cove Ltd.
Jon G. Savoy, CCIM, SIOR, of Grubb & Ellis in Southfield, Mich., and two partners represented Cornrite Partnership in the $1.5 million sale of 4.5 acres of land Novi, Mich., to Novi 12 Mile LLC.

Industrial
Jon G. Savoy, CCIM, SIOR, of Grubb & Ellis in Southfield, Mich., and a partner represented Pineview Properties A in the more than $1.4 million purchase of 20,000 sf of industrial space in Commerce Township, Mich., from Pineview Properties.
Kenneth R. Braden, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Barry in Milwaukee brokered the more than $1 million sale of a 27,300-sf industrial facility in New Berlin, Wis., from the Estate of Charlotte Williams to a private investment group.

Retail
« Keith A. Sturm, CCIM, Michael K. Houge», CCIM, SIOR, and Deborah K. Vanelli », CCIM, of Upland Real Estate Group in Minneapolis represented a private developer in the $1.7 million sale of a 3,765-sf Arby's in Plum, Pa., to a private investor. They also represented a private developer in the $1.7 million sale of a 3,000-sf Arby's in Cambridge , Minn. , to a private investor. The trio also represented another private developer in the $1.6 million sale of a 3,500-sf Arby's in Albert Lea, Minn., to a private investor. Sturm, Houge, and Vanelli also represented a private developer in the $1.1 million sale of a 3,750-sf Arby's in Austin, Minn., to a private investor.

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