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Coldwell Banker Commercial Negotiates Sales in S.W. Florida and Beyond

last edited on July 12, 2009

During the second quarter, agents with the Naples office of Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT report closing the following transactions.


Ground lease under a McDonald’s restaurant in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, for $550,000. (Ken Costello advised the buyer)

Sale/leaseback of Rick Johnson Tire Store at 6505 Dudley St., Naples, to Collier RE, LLC, for $1.7 million. The seller was RAJ Land 6, LLC. (Rick Tucker, Phil Rice and Timothy Geraci)

Real estate and personal property at 7200 Bucks Lane, Ft. Myers, to RHRJR Enterprises, LLC, for $423,000. William Miller was the seller. (Dick Green)

Eight-unit apartment complex at 2919 Jackson St., Ft. Myers, to Basic Learning Skills, Inc., for $295,000. (Debra Swain represented the buyer)

Office building at 940 Collier Blvd. on Marco Island to SACS 788Z, LLC, for $1.76 million. (Tom Wilson worked with the buyer)

A 2,800sf warehouse at 6188 Janes Lane in Naples for $214,000. (Mike Carr, Sr. worked with the seller, Erika Wild)

Ground lease under a McDonald’s restaurant and a Waffle House in Medina, OH, for $1.299 million. (Ken Costello advised the buyer)

Industrial condominium at 11680 Chitwood Dr., Unit 3, Ft. Myers, for $150,000.
(Dick Green worked with the seller, Gary D. Baugher)

A restaurant business in Naples for $140,000. (Phil Rice)


AZN Restaurant: 6,580sf for 10 years in The Mercato at 9005 Mercato Dr., Naples. (Tim Eovino and Tim Geraci represented the tenant)

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