A roundup of recent commercial transactions:
- Sweet Tomatoes in The Broadway Wilmot Shopping Center, 6202 E. Broadway, sold for $3.1 million. The 7,024-square-foot shop garnered multiple offers. The leased property will continue to operate as Sweet Tomatoes. Nancy McClure, with CBRE Tucson and Philip Voorhees, with CBRE Newport Beach, Calif., represented the seller, K-GAM 6202 Broadway LLC. Marcus & Millichap in Newport Beach, Calif., represented the buyer, California-based, JKJ Fairview LLC.
- Pearl Peak LLC bought a 6,008 square-foot building at 7510 N. Oracle Road from CCSAM Revocable Trust for $2.1 million. Rick Kleiner, with Picor, represented the buyer and Picot’s Tom Nieman represented the seller.
- The WAA GST Exempt Trust bought a 15,718 square-foot industrial building at 501 S. Toole Ave. from JBM Technologies LLC for $1.5 million. Rob Glaser, with Picor, represented the seller and Garland Shaw, with Ventura Properties LLC, represented the buyer.
- Via Real Estate LLC bought .76 acres of vacant land at 220-222 W. Irvington Road from Kenneth Fenster and Mary A. Vine for $333,100. Ron Zimmerman, with Picor, represented the seller and Bruce Jeppson, with Jeppson Commercial, represented the buyer.
- Tuaz Management Group LLC bought 32nd Street Apartments, a 12-unit complex at 419-423 E. 32nd St, from 32nd Street Properties LLC for $290,000. Picor’s Allan Mendelsberg handled this transaction.
- Houwelings Nurseries Oxnard Inc. leased 22,538 square feet at 772 W. Frontage Road from Nogales Warehouse LLC. Denisse Angulo-Badilla, with Picor, represented the landlord and Louie Morales, with Century XXI Nogales, represented the tenant.
- Eye Care and Cure Corp. Inc. leased 16,500 square feet at 3391 E. Hemisphere Loop from Hemisphere Loop LLC. Rob Tomlinson and Brandon Rodgers, with Picor, represented the landlord. Gordon Wagner and Dave Blanchettem with NAI Horizon, represented the tenant.
- American Technologies Inc. leased 15,320 square feet at 2811 N. Flowing Wells Road from Keenan Investment Co. Paul Hooker, Stephen D Cohen, and Russel W Hall, with Picor, represented the tenant and Gary Emerson, with GRE Partners, represented the landlord.
- Tolin Mechanical Systems Co. Inc. leased a 9,612-square-foot building at 3810 S. Evans Blvd. from 3800 S. Evans Blvd. LLC & David C. Investments LLC. Paul Hooker, with Picor, represented the landlord and Mike Snitz, with Realty Executives, represented the tenant.
- Academy of Mathematics and Science Inc. leased 6,014 square feet at 2980 N. Campbell Ave. from Campbell Plaza Two LLC. Ryan McGregor and Tom Nieman, with Picor, represented the landlord and Picor’s Rick Kleiner represented the tenant.
- ResCare Residential Services Arizona LLC leased 5,807 square feet at 1200 N. El Dorado Place from El Dorado Ventures LLC. Tom Nieman, with Picor, represented the landlord and Buzz Isaacson, with Buzz Isaacson Realty LLC, represented tenant.
- 3D Smiles LLC leased 5,000 square feet at 1671 S. Research Loop from Tin Cup Properties LLC. Ron Zimmerman, with Picor, represented the landlord.
- Midtown Artisans leased 3,600 square feet at 245 S. Plumer Ave. from Plumer Partners LLC. Rob Glaser and Paul Hooker, with Picor, represented the landlord.
- We Fix Ugly Houses LLC leased 2,085 square feet at 3250 S. Dodge Blvd. from Presson Corp. Max Fisher and Rob Glaser, with Picor, represented both parties.
- Goodwill leased 1,500 square feet from Vail-SSC LLC for a drop-off store in the Vail Safeway Shopping Center, 13380 E Mary Ann Cleveland Way. Aaron LaPrise, with Picor, represented the landlord and Lynn Taylor, with Whirlygig, represented the tenant.
- Gamebro, a toy retailer, leased 1,156 square feet at Berkshire Village Shopping Center, 8546 E. Broadway from JMK Family Properties LP. Aaron LaPrise, Rob Tomlinson, and Greg Furrier, with Picor, handled the transaction.
Information for Tucson Real Estate is compiled from records at the Pima County Recorder’s Office and from brokers. Send information to Gabriela Rico, email@example.com On Facebook: Facebook.com/DailyStarBiz
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