Oklahoma City area real estate transactions, Feb. 16

Oklahoma City area real estate transactions, Feb. 16
by Richard Mize Published: February 16, 2013
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Real deals

Transactions

• HDH Property Investors LLC, doing business as Charleston's, paid $950,000 to MacArthur Crossing Investors LP for 1.9 acres in MacArthur Crossing at Memorial Road and N MacArthur Boulevard. Mark W. Inman and Stuart Graham with CB Richard Ellis-Oklahoma, handled the sale.

Grubb & Ellis-Levy Beffort

Grubb & Ellis-Levy Beffort reports the following transactions:

• Crest, doing business as NBC Crest Properties LLC, paid $2.156 million to University Town Center LLC for 11 acres at 24th Avenue NW and Robinson in Norman. John Cohlmia of Grubb & Ellis-Levy Beffort represented the buyer.

• GMRI Inc. (Olive Garden) paid $1.2 million to Westgate Market Place Developers LLC/Zerby Interests for 76,483 square feet of land at 6330 SW 3. Cohlmia represented the buyer.

• The Lassalle Group paid $800,000 to Contempra Holdings LLC for 4 acres near Ninth Street fronting Bryant Avenue in Edmond. Cohlmia represented the buyer.

• Grecian Marble & Granite LLC paid $350,000 to Rush Living Trust for a 10,000-square-foot industrial property at 809 SW 7. Kris Davis of Grubb & Ellis-Levy Beffort represented the seller.

• Hoss Cooley paid $260,000 to Bowen Construction Inc. for a 4,440-square-foot industrial property at 8636 SW 2. Davis represented the buyer.


by Richard Mize
Real Estate Editor
Real estate editor Richard Mize has edited The Oklahoman's weekly residential real estate section and covered housing, commercial real estate, construction, development, finance and related business since 1999. From 1989 to 1999, he worked...
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