Animal food bank in Tucson downsizes, relocates to midtown spot | Subscriber

Animal food bank in Tucson downsizes, relocates to midtown spot | Subscriber

Other recent actual estate happenings contain:

Clinton Ventures LLC and MLIII Investments LLC purchased the 57-device Bilmar Flats, 9009 E. Broadway, for $7.1 million. Joseph Chaplik, with Joseph Bernard Financial investment Real Estate, represented the purchaser.

Phoenix-based Lifted Vans bought two parcels at the southeast corner of Ina Road and Interstate 10 for $2.4 million. The web-site previously housed Organization Rental Care and a Waffle Household. It will be the company’s initially Tucson dealership. John C. Buette and Andrew J. Robbing, with Ina Cash Advancement Joint Ventures, represented the sellers. Sarge Glenn, with J&J Commercial Houses, represented the buyer.

Youth on their Very own purchased 16,867 square toes at 2525 & 2509 N. State Club Highway from EA Woods Country Club Homes LLC for $1.5 million. Greg Furrier, with Picor, represented the purchaser, and Michael Gross, with Tucson Realty & Belief Co., represented the vendor.

Brookline College or university LLC leased 31,087 sq. feet of office house from Paramount Tucson LLC at 300 S. Craycroft Street. Thomas J. Nieman, with Picor, represented the landlord. Richard M. Kleiner, with Picor Stephen Chaitin, with CBRE San Francisco and Tiffany Winne, with Savills Inc., represented the tenant.

Indigenous Seeds/Lookup leased 1,500 sq. ft in Frontier Village, on Pima Street and Alvernon Way, for a distribution facility supporting on-line gross sales of various crop seeds and other products. Elaina Elliot and Isaac Figueroa, with Larsen Baker, represented the landlord, Frontier Village LLC. Molly Mary Gilbert, with Picor, represented the tenant.