Top Notable Closed Deals of January 2019
Coldwell Banker Commercial agents had a great start to the new year. To help celebrate their accomplishments, we are highlighting just a few of the top deals closed by Coldwell Banker Commercial agents this past January.
Beau Beery, CCIM, Coldwell Banker Commercial MM Parrish Realtors, sold 158 apartment units in Tallahassee, FL. Beau represented both, the buyer and seller. There was a great opportunity for rent growth, which made it attractive to the buyer.
Bland Cromwell, CCIM, SIOR, Coldwell Banker Commercial Jim Stewart, REALTORS® sold a 114,000 SF property in Waco, TX. Cromwell represented both, the buyer and seller. “This is a CLASS A office tower that I have had the pleasure to sell four times during my career,” said Cromwell.
Sold TWO PROMINENT PROPERTIES IN ST. AUGUSTINE, FL
Eddie Segars, Coldwell Banker Commercial Benchmark, closed the sale of two properties on US 1 in St. Augustine, FL. The 101.5 vacant land zone zoned for 200 single family units sold for $4M and a 363.3 vacant land tract sold for $9.5M. Approved PUD for 750 Single Family Units & 150,000 SF retail.
Richard Lewetzow, Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT, sold the 7th oldest building still standing in San Francisco and once home to the first French consulate. The building is located in (the neighborhood) Jackson Square.
Arthur Baris, Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT, sold a 31,500 SF Office Building in Fort Lee, NJ. “This is a completely renovated office building within walking distance to the George Washington Bridge that also has modern high-end finishes and energy efficient utilities,” said Baris.
Brian C. Schmitt, Coldwell Banker Commercial Schmitt Real Estate Co. listed and sold 5.76 acres land which sold for residential re-development in Marathon, Florida Keys.
Christopher O’Hara, Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT, sold a 108,000 SF industrial building in Shelton, CT. “A zone change was obtained to convert this site from industrial to a 120,000 SF retail development which will include hotel and office space,” said O’Hara.