CCIM Feature

July 2004 Online Deal Makers

Office
Michael K. Caridi, CCIM, of Colliers Arnold in Orlando, Fla., represented Olde Property Corp. in the more than $1.8 million sale of a 3,048-sf office building in Apopka , Fla. , to Unicorp National Developments.
Jeff Tolrud, CCIM, of Colliers Arnold in Tampa, Fla., represented ZOM in a nearly $1.2 million, 11,569-sf office space lease to eLutions.

Retail
Michael K. Houge, CCIM, SIOR, Keith A. Sturm, CCIM, and Deborah K. Vannelli, CCIM, of Upland Real Estate Group in Minneapolis represented a private investor in the $2 million sale of an 11,180-sf Rite Aid drugstore to a private investor. They also represented a private developer in the $1.5 million sale of a 7,000-sf Advance Auto Parts store in Fargo , N.D. , to a private investor.

Land
Michel Hibbert, CCIM, of Charles Dunn Co. in Los Angeles represented Matt Nelson in the more than $1.3 million purchase of 16,000 sf of land from 1752 Westside Partners LLC.
Neil E. Merin, CCIM, SIOR, of NAI-Merin Hunter Codman in West Palm Beach, Fla., and a partner represented City Center Development in the nearly $1.3 million purchase of 8,415 sf of land from Edna Caruso and Timothy Morrissey.

Industrial
Joseph M. Banyai, CCIM, of Signature Associates in Southfield, Mich., and a partner represented Lorne Hewines in a $2.6 million, 46,500-sf warehouse lease in Troy, Mich., to Vehma International of America.

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