Sunday, November 17, 2002

Commercial Real Estate Transfers

The most expensive commercial construction projects or renovations, based on dollar values ($200,000 and up) of building permits issued recently in Cincinnati and Hamilton County:

Meijers. Site: 4825 Marburg Ave. Purpose: Plumbing. Contractor: Ken Neyer. Cost: $250,000.


The most expensive commercial property transfers recorded recently in Hamilton, Clermont, Butler and Warren counties in Ohio; and Boone, Kenton and Campbell counties in Kentucky, based on dollar values of $200,000 or more (data collected by First American Real Estate Solutions, publisher of the Pace Report, from county records):

4999 Houston Road, Florence, 41042. Use: Discount store. Price: $5,698,700. Buyer: Lee Scott, trustee. Seller: Wal-Mart Stores.

200 Techne Center Drive, Miami Township, 45150. Use: Office building. Price: $3,500,000. Buyer: O H Community Limited. Seller: Park Fifty LLC.

665 Strawberry Hill Court, Fort Mitchell, 41017. Use: Commercial structures. Price: $334,250. Buyer: Charles B. and Nancy B. Gregg. Seller: William J. Arnett.

Tylersville Road, West Chester Township, 45241. Use: Commercial vacant land. Price: $225,000. Buyer: Aramark Educational Resources. Seller: Wetherington Associates Limited.

854 State Route 125, Union Township, 45245. Use: Commercial structures. Price: $205,000. Buyer: Withamsville Church of Christ. Seller: William L. Molitor.

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