Commercial Real Estate Notes

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), October 16, 1995 | Go to article overview

Commercial Real Estate Notes


Pace Properties Inc. represented parties in these leases:

17,550 square feet of retail space at 15678 Manchester Road to the Tile Shop from Best Buy Co. Inc.

2,100 square feet of retail space at 14073 Manchester Road in Crossroads Plaza to Enterprise Leasing Co. from Carafiol Properties Co.

21,000 square feet of land at 1974 Zumbehl Road to Sears, Roebuck & Co. d/b/a Sears Hardware from Brinkmann Properties I, L.P. G.J. Grewe Inc. represented the lessee.

10,620 square feet of retail space at 9815 Watson Road in Watson Plaza to Factory Card Outlet of America from Watson Plaza Associates, represented by G.J. Grewe Inc.

2,700 square feet of retail space at 18 Plaza Drive in Fairview Heights to Rehab XCEL Inc. from Pace Fairview Associates, LLC. Commercial Realty Group represented the lessee.

Hilliker Corp. represented both parties in the lease of 8,000 square feet of office space at 4814 Washington Avenue to Matthew O'Shea Photography Inc. from Pierce Arrow Investment Partnership, L.P.

CB Commercial Real Estate Group Inc. represented parties in these leases:

23,413 square feet of industrial space at 2345 Chaffee Drive in Maryland Heights to Pimlico Apparel Ltd. from Phoenix Learning Group.

11,060 square feet of warehouse space at 2121 January Avenue to LaBarge Products Inc. from Anita Cariati.

Braeburn Partners Inc. represented Bankers Training and Consulting Co. in the lease of 8,000 square feet of office space at 744 Office Parkway in Creve Coeur.

Northwest Plaza announced these leases in Northwest Office Tower:

8,500 square feet of office space to American General Finance. …

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