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Deal Makers(21)

Industrial

, CCIM, SIOR, of Venture One Real Estate LLC in Riverwoods, Ill., and a partner represented Prudential Insurance Co. of America in the approximately $22.7 million sale of a four-building, 506,022-sf industrial portfolio in Crystal Lake, Ill., to CenterPoint Properties Trust.
, CCIM, SIOR, of Grubb & Ellis in Southfield, Mich., and a partner represented Kemp & Sherman Co. in a nearly $4.3 million, 57,250-sf industrial build-to-suit lease in Madison Heights, Mich., to Valenite.

Office

, CCIM, of Cushman & Wakefield in Atlanta and a partner represented RBC Centura Banks in a $22 million, 15-year, 40,000-sf office lease from Centergy One Associates.
, CCIM, of CB Richard Ellis in Austin, Texas, represented Mack-Cali in the more than $11 million sale of the 248,153-sf Riverview Tower office building in San Antonio to Partners Investors LLC.
, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Pinkard in Charlotte, N.C., and a partner represented TransUnion Settlement Solutions in an $8 million, 50,000-sf office lease from Faison-Richardson II LLC.
, CCIM, of Colliers Keenan Goldsmith in Greenville, S.C., and a partner represented First Citizens Bank and Trust of S.C. in the $6.7 million purchase of the 61,000-sf Duke Power Building office property from Duke Power Co.
, CCIM, SIOR, of NAI Hiffman in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., represented World Kitchen in a $4.3 million, 35,000-sf office lease in Rosemont, Ill., from TA Associates Realty.
» , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers International in Walnut Creek, Calif., represented ReloAction in a more than $3.2 million, six-year, 26,295-sf office lease extension in Pleasanton, Calif., from Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.

Mixed-Use

« , CCIM, of CB Richard Ellis in Norfolk, Va., represented Harbor Group International in the more than $3.7 million sale of the 81,650-sf Witchduck Exchange retail/office/warehouse building to a private Charlottesville, Va., investor.

Retail

, CCIM, of Pacific Allied Asset Management in Los Angeles represented Han & Bros. LLC in the more than $16.7 million purchase of the 118,477-sf Village Center retail property in Victorville, Calif., from Lincoln National Life Insurance Co.
» , CCIM, MAI, of Colliers Arnold in Tampa, Fla., represented John Hancock Life Insurance Co. in the $14.9 million sale of the 800,000-sf Parkside Mall in Pinellas County, Fla., to KB Parkside LLC.
, CCIM, and , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis and a partner represented Beta West in the $13.1 million sale of the 120,141-sf Lamp & Lantern Village shopping center to Otis and Clark.
, CCIM, of Hunter & Associates in Raleigh, N.C., represented KPT Properties LP in the more than $7.2 million sale of four Food Lion-anchored shopping centers totaling 177,257 sf in North Carolina and Virginia to Barnett Properties LLC.
, CCIM, SIOR, , CCIM, and , CCIM, of Upland Real Estate Group in Minneapolis represented a Walgreens developer in the $5.4 million sale of a 14,259-sf Walgreens drugstore in Fort Smith, Ark., to a private investor. They also represented a national real estate investment trust in the $3.5 million sale of a 6,725-sf Stuart Anderson's Black Angus restaurant in Lone Tree, Colo., to Jon Becker.
« , CCIM, of Marcus & Millichap in Orlando, Fla., and two partners represented Brothers Five in the more than $5.1 million sale of the 43,633-sf University Center South shopping center in Jacksonville, Fla., to B&G Properties.
, CCIM, of Harry K. Moore Co./Colliers International in Louisville, Ky., represented Jefferson Holding Co. LLC in the $4.5 million sale of an 86,000-sf former Home Quarters retail property to HRM Louisville LLC and TMB Louisville LLC.
, CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness in White Plains, N.Y., was the sole broker in the more than $3.8 million sale of the 202,000-sf former Caldor Plaza retail center from National Life Insurance Co. to Property Acquisitions LLC.

Multifamily

, CCIM, of CB Richard Ellis in Anaheim, Calif., and two partners were the sole brokers in the $20.5 million sale of the 120-unit Yorba Linda Pines apartment complex from a Los Angeles-based private partnership to Rick Julian.
«> CCIM, of J.J. Barnicke Whitney Ltd. in Waterloo, Ontario, was the sole broker in the nearly $18.2 million sale of a 168-unit apartment building in Kitchener, Ontario, from Tricar Developments to Homestead Land Holdings. He also was the sole broker in the more than $5.8 million sale of 172 multifamily units in Listowel, Ontario, from a Toronto investor to a Waterloo investor.
, CCIM, of S.J. Financial Group in St. Louis represented Legends Apartments LLC in the $15.5 million purchase of the 176-unit Legends Terrace Apartments from MLP Investments.
, CCIM, of Colliers International in Sacramento, Calif., represented Sundance Financial in the more than $14.2 million purchase of the 240-unit Westpark Plaza apartment complex in Chico, Calif., from FlowerFlannagan Partners LLC.
« , CCIM, GRI, of Colliers Arnold in Clearwater, Fla., and a partner represented the Orlando Housing Authority in the $10.4 million purchase of the 281-unit West Oaks Apartments in Orlando, Fla., from Florida Orlando LP.
, CCIM, of Smith Equities Corp. in Orlando, Fla., was the sole broker in the more than $7.3 million sale of the 108-unit Whispering Palms Apartments in Largo, Fla., from Ambassador of Largo LLC to Amistef Largo LLC. He and a partner were the sole brokers in the $4 million sale of the 86-unit Stone Cove Apartments in St. Augustine, Fla., from SE Residential East LLC to Allen Perri LLC/Perri Allen LLC.
, CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness in Sierra Madre, Calif., represented BBC Development LLC in the more than $3.4 million purchase of a 37-unit apartment community in Pasadena, Calif., from Stratus.

Specialty

CCIM, of Moison Investment Co. in San Leandro, Calif., and a partner represented Bentall Residential in the more than $5.3 million purchase of the 77-unit Baywood Apartments affordable seniors-housing property in Oakland, Calif., from Baywood Apartments LP.
« , CCIM, of Friedman Real Estate Group in Farmington, Mich., was the sole broker in the more than $3.2 million sale of an 82,000-sf bank building in Detroit from Bank One to 151 W. Fort Street Associates LLC.

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