Thrice Pays $119,000 for Midland Foundry

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Thrice Pays $119,000 for Midland Foundry


Thrice Properties has bought the 13,250-square-foot Midland Foundry for $119,000 at 2813 SW 23rd St. from Mozell Bass.

The investor group has yet to announce plans for the property.

June McLaughlin of Coldwell Banker Commercial, Hocker-Sullivan & Associates represented both the buyer and seller in the transaction. Jackie Hatton of American Guaranty Title closed the sale. Other deals The following transactions were recorded over the past week with Oklahoma County Clerk Carolynn Caudill: More than $400,000 Naifco Realty and Gerald Gamble purchased property at 141 NE 31st St., Santa Fe Industrial District, Oklahoma City, from BGH LLC for $760,000. The Spencer Trust purchased property at 18809 Wolf Creek Drive, Mulholland VI addition, Oklahoma City, from William S. and Janis Bevers for $720,000. SBA Lodging purchased property at 2616 S. I-35 Service Road, Orchard Grove Addition, Oklahoma City, from Surti (Days Inn South) for $666,000. Great Places purchased property at the northeast corner of Santa Fe and NE 164th Street, Oklahoma City, from Ray A. and Mary Lou Drain and M. Carl and Paulette Limbaugh for $580,000. Nutron Industrial Development purchased property at the southeast corner of Council Road and SW 44th Street, Oklahoma City, from First American Title & Trust for $457,000. Mosteller Building Associates purchased property at 5704 Mosteller Drive, United Founders Life Plaza, Oklahoma City, from Maharishi Vedic University (Oklahoma) for $425,000. Less than $400,000 Matthew J. S. and Jane Hoffman purchased property at the northeast corner of Santa Fe and NE 122nd Street, North Side Industrial District, Oklahoma City, from the Midsouth Region of the Evangelical Covenant Church for $320,000. …

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