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Quik Print Owner Buys Buildingin OKC for Print Shop

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Quik Print Owner Buys Buildingin OKC for Print Shop

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The owner of Quik Print plans to move the company's Oklahoma City print shop into a new building next spring.

Last week Brad Gravley, owner of the copy and printing chain, purchased a 45,000-square-foot, two-story office building at 4233 Charter Ave. The building is in an office park near Interstate 40 and S. Meridian Avenue.

"They have a print shop in that general area now that they've been leasing," said Buster Elliott of Keller Williams, who along with Bo Kociuba represented Gravley. "They're just going to relocate to this new site."

The company plans to use about 15,000 square feet and eventually lease the remaining space.

It also didn't hurt that the buyer got a good price on the building.

Zach Martin, with Sperry Van Ness/William T. Strange and Associates, listed the building at $1.4 million, then hit the streets and began working the phones looking for a buyer. The building, built in 1980, was owned by the Dulaney family, who for years ran Dulaney's Inc. …

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