NAI Sullivan Group reports the following real estate transactions:
• Edmond Public School System paid $3 million to IPE Inc. for 80 acres at the southeast corner of Air Depot and Covell Road, for a location of a possible high school. Bob Sullivan of NAI Sullivan Group handled the transaction. Closing was by Jackie Hatton at Oklahoma City Abstract & Title Co.
• Day-Falla LLC paid $190,000 to HGM Investments LLC for a 13,000-square-foot industrial warehouse at 1138 NW 5. Irmon Gray with NAI Sullivan Group handled the transaction. Closing was by Jennifer Johnson at American Eagle Title Co.
• Premiere Inc. paid $290,000 to Barbara A. Waller for 20 acres at 4004 W 10 in El Reno. Gray and Darryl Meason with NAI Sullivan Group handled the transaction. Closing was by Nancy Hardy at American Title Company-El Reno by Nancy Hrdy.
• Omega Enterprises LLC paid $900,000 to 5350 Tower LLC for an 82,000-square-foot office building at 5350 S Western Ave. Kelsey Gray and Susan Davis Jordan with NAI Sullivan Group handled the transaction. Closing was by Rhonda Clinton at Trustmark Title.
• T&S Web Design LLC leased 957 square feet of space at 1800 Canyon Park Circle, Suite 404, Edmond. T&S Web Design has been in business for 10 years as a website designer and developer in the Edmond area. Nicole Mayes with NAI Sullivan Group represented the lessee and Mitra Senemar with Churchill-Brown & Associates Realtors represented the lessor.
• Angel Links Foundation leased 3,300 square feet of space at 2015-A NW 10 from Drabek & Hill Corp, for a retail shop to benefit the nonprofit organization. Mayes handled the transaction.
• Petra Massage Therapy LLC leased 2,500 square feet of space at 3013 NW 63, Suite B, from Karen Black, for massage therapy and related services. Susan Davis Jordan and Kelsey Gray with NAI Sullivan Group represented the lessor and Dusty Burchfield with Burchfield Realty represented the lessee.
• Privatized Financial Systems Inc. leased 588 square feet of space at 4045 NW 64, Suite 280A, from Lakepointe West, LLC. Susan Davis Jordan and Kelsey Gray handled the transaction.
From staff reports