CCIM Feature

April 2007 Online Deal Makers

Office
Scott Abernethy, CCIM, SIOR, and Donald Murphy, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati and three partners represented GE Capital Information Technology Solutions in the more than $2.3 million, four-year sublease of 85,503 sf of office space in Erlanger, Ky., to Convergys Information Management Group.

Jeffrey R. Bender, CCIM, SIOR, Thomas M. Powers, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati, James P. O’Connell, CCIM, of Colliers International in Cincinnati and two partners negotiated the more than $2.2 million sale of the 49,160-sf Victory Parkway Executive Building in Cincinnati from 2368 Victory Ltd. to JJW Investments Ltd.

« Steven L. Timmel, CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis/West Shell Commercial in Cincinnati and a partner represented Turfway Office Partners #59 LLC in the more than $1.9 million sale of a 12,813-sf office building in Florence, Ky., to 59 Cavalier Drive LLC.

Peter J. Dufour, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Minneapolis-St. Paul represented Hudson Square of Woodbury in the $1.9 million sale of a 10,143-sf office building in Woodbury, Minn., to Hudson Square Business Center LLC.

Mary Beth Kohart, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and a partner represented RBE Properties LLC in the $1.9 million, 10-year lease of 11,555 sf of office space in Indianapolis to 4463/Voyles law firm.

Scott Bazoian, CCIM, SIOR, James W. Mosby, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis and a partner negotiated the more than $1.4 million, 78-month lease of 10,760 sf of office space in St. Louis from Fulcrum Asset Management to Corporate Benefit Consultants. Along with David A. Kelpe, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis and two partners, Bazoian and Mosby negotiated the more than $1.2 million, 66-month lease of 11,944 sf of office space in St. Louis from Fulcrum Asset Management to Sirsi Corp.

Multifamily
« Eric L. Martin, CCIM, CPM, of Hignell Companies in Chico, Calif., represented private investors in the $2.4 million sale of the 48-unit Cottonwood Apartments in Chico to a private investor.

Casey Babb, CCIM, William J. Renje, CCIM, of NAI Tampa Bay in Tampa, Fla., and a partner represented a private investor in the $1.5 million sale of the 28-unit Shamrock Apartments in Tampa to Steiner Communities.

Industrial
Dennis L. McClinton, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Minneapolis and a partner represented Honeywell in the more than $2.7 million sale of a 43,100-sf industrial building in Minnetonka, Minn., to Capital Commercial Investments.

« Jeffrey R. Bender, CCIM, SIOR, » Thomas M. Powers, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati, and » James P. O’Connell, CCIM, of Colliers International in Cincinnati represented Time Equities in the more than $1.6 million, five-year lease of 95,200 sf of industrial space in Florence, Ky., to Merit Paint Sundries.

Retail
Rob A. Zache, CCIM, of Central Place Real Estate in Middleton, Wis., represented Gamon Restaurants in the $1.3 million, 10-year lease of a 7,000-sf Peppermill Grill & Bar in Madison, Wis., to Peppermill Restaurant. Zache also represented The Melting Pot Restaurant in the $1.2 million, 10-year lease of a 4,900-sf Melting Pot Restaurant in Madison from Park Towne Corp. He also represented T.G.I.Friday’s in the $1.2 million, 10-year lease of a 5,550-sf T.G.I.Friday’s restaurant in Middleton from Red Development.

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