CCIM Feature

January 2007 Online Deal Makers

Office


« Joseph L. Rossi, CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis Commercial Florida in Orlando, Fla., and two partners represented ILC LLC in the $3 million purchase of the 30,000-sf Island Lake Center office building in Longwood, Fla., from ABCM Corp.

Darrin L. Boyd , CCIM, SIOR, and David A. Moore, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis represented HDG Mansur in the more than $2.9 million, five-year lease of 35,000 sf of office space in Indianapolis to Zurich North America. Boyd and Moore also represented Shamrock Builders in the more than $1 million, five-year lease of 7,878 sf of office space in Indianapolis to Raymond James & Associates.

Richard M. Messey , CCIM, and Clarence M. Turley, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis represented U.S. Bank Plaza in the more than $2.5 million, seven-year lease of 19,147 sf of office space in St. Louis to Korein Tillery. Messey also negotiated the more than $1.5 million, six-year lease of 10,940 sf of office space in St. Louis from RREEF Management Co. to Brighton Agency.

« Greg S. McDonald, CCIM, of Magnum Real Estate Services in Minneapolis represented Ojiugo Holding Co., in the more than $1.6 million purchase of a 22,000-sf office building in Wauwatosa, Wis., from Williams Equity LLC.

« Elliott M. Ross, CCIM, of Ross Realty Group in Clearwater, Fla., represented Naidip Capital in the more than $1.4 million, five-year lease of a 32,500-sf office/flex building in Clearwater to National Paymaster.

Robert Lowe , CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Brentwood, Tenn., represented 110 7th Avenue Partnership in the more than $1.4 million sale of a 36,000-sf office building in Nashville to the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America.

Neil H. Warshafsky , CCIM, of Re/Max Commercial Focus Brokerage in Toronto, represented the seller, CUPE Local 79, and the buyer, Allied REIT, in the more than $1.3 million sale of 7800 sf of office space in West Toronto.

David A. Kelpe , CCIM, and James W. Mosby, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis negotiated the $1 million sale of a 24,000-sf office building in St. Louis from Data Research to Clayton Plaza LLC.

Retail

Elliott M. Ross , CCIM, of Ross Realty Group in Clearwater, Fla., represented Naidip Capital in the more than $2.7 million sale of the 40,629-sf former Homelife Building in Tampa, Fla., to Sun Realty Partners.

Neil H. Warshafsky , CCIM, of Re/Max Commercial Focus Brokerage in Toronto, represented Malca Mizrahi in the more than $2.6 million sale of 9,544 sf of retail space in Toronto to Dravidian Management Ltd. Warshafsky and a partner also represented Value Consultants Ltd. in the $2.1 million purchase of 19,500 sf of retail space in Mississauga, Toronto, to Jose Pereira.

Hassan S. Jadali , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in St. Louis, and Richard M. Messey, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Clayton, Mo., negotiated the more than $2 million sale of a 20,800-sf retail building in St. Louis from Waterside Crossing LLC to Centre Point Ventures LLC.

Industrial

Jeffrey R. Bender , CCIM, SIOR, Thomas M. McCormick, CCIM, Bernard McNab, CCIM, SIOR, David Noonan, CCIM, SIOR, James P. O’Connell, CCIM, Thomas M. Powers, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati and two partners represented First Industrial in the more than $1.5 million, 10-year lease of 49,368 sf of industrial space in Cincinnati to StoroPack.

John E. Huguenard , CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and a partner represented the Reinalt-Thomas Corp., in the more than $1.6 million, 65-month lease of 102,000 sf of industrial space in Bunker Hill, Ind., from GAB Ventures LLC.

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