Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

110,800 Square Feet Leases to 17 Firms

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

110,800 Square Feet Leases to 17 Firms

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Leasing activity in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area picked up during the past week, with three brokerage companies announcing 17 transactions covering 110,800 square feet of office, retail, industrial and service center space.

Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services led the reporting companies wtih nine leases covering 73,000 square feet.

Other reporting companies were H. Waggoner & Co., which announced three lease transactions covering 27,300 square feet, and Landsing Property Co., which had five transactions covering 10,500 square feet.

- Coldwell Banker's lease covered 73,000 square feet of office, industrial and retail space.

Concho Career Institute, a technical school, leased 42,247 square feet on 5.2 acres at 5535 NW 5th St.

National Temperature Control Centers Inc., a heating and air conditioning supply company, leased 10,000 square feet of office and warehouse space at 20 NW 46th St.

Randy Lacey handled lease negotiations, along with Joe Maxey of the Gerald L. Gamble Co. as outside broker.

Poe & Associates Inc., civil engineers, leased 6,931 square feet in Sovereign Office Park, 4343 Will Rogers Parkway. Mike Galier, Mark Beffort and Joe Arcisz handled negotiations.

Estate Concepts, a financial planning firm, leased 559 square feet and attorneys Roslton, Kelley and Kelley renewed for 5,919 square feet in Lake Park Towers, 6525 N. Meirdian Ave. Beffort and Arcisz brokered the leases.

Reed Tool Co., an industrial supply marketing company, leased 3,986 square feet in the Parkway Building, 1300 S. Meridian Ave. Arcisz also brokered this lease.

Wildlife Images, a wildlife art gallery, leased 1,012 square feet in Towne West Village Shopping Center, 1378 Int. Hwy. 35 Frontage Rd. in Norman. …

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