CCIM Feature

February 2007 Online Deal Makers

Office

Craig D. Timmins, CCIM, of Investment Properties Corp. in Naples, Fla., negotiated the more than $2.3 million sale of construction rights for a 21,000-sf medical office building in Naples from Eagle View LLC to GM/Anchor Eagle View Development LLC.

« Greg N. Morrison, CCIM, SIOR, of GVA Advantis in Orlando, Fla., represented Bright House Networks LLC in the $2 million, six-year lease of 13,469 sf of office space in Maitland, Fla., from Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association.

James W. Mosby , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis and two partners represented Fulcrum Asset Management in the more than $1.5 million, five-year lease of 14,669 sf of office space in St. Louis to EMC Corp.

Scott Abernethy , CCIM, SIOR, and Donald Murphy, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati represented Milford Park Tech Center LLC in the more than $1.2 million, five-year lease of 16,079 sf of office space in Cincinnati to Super Value Holdings.

Industrial

« William V. Gonnering, CCIM, SIOR, of Investment Properties Corp. in Naples, Fla., negotiated the more than $1.3 million sale of an 8,565-sf industrial building in Naples from Gulfshore Atlas LLC to North Naples Fire Control & Rescue District.

Multifamily

Jeff Siebold , CCIM, of Siebold Group Consulting LLC in Caswell Beach, N.C., represented FPG LLP in the $1.5 million sale of a 52-unit apartment complex in Little Rock, Ark., to a private investor.

Retail

Darrin L. Boyd , CCIM, SIOR, and David A. Moore, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented JAVCA LLC in the more than $1.8 million sale of a 31,858-sf retail building in Noblesville, Ind., to Deines Properties LLC.

Financing

Wilhelm O. Kreuzer , CCIM, of Tartan Realty Group in Chicago represented a group of private investors in a more than $2.8 million, long-term mortgage for the 15,900 sf Department of Motor Vehicle Building in Santa Fe, N.M.

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