Price Buys Site from Disciples of Christ

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Price Buys Site from Disciples of Christ


Price Cos. has acquired property at 418 NW Eighth St. in Oklahoma City for $400,000 from the National Benevolent Association of The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). The property includes a 13,500-square-foot building and 14,000-square-foot vacant lot. Cordell Brown of Price Edwards negotiated the sale. Betty Cummins with First American Title and Trust closed the transaction.

2.5 acres on Reno

Perry and Jill Groce have bought 2.5 acres of land on Reno Avenue, east of Rockwell Avenue, for $375,000 from JCG LLC IV. Jim Karey of Harrison Levy handled the negotiations. First Fidelity Bank provided the financing. Chatman conducted the closing.

Apartments sold

Orville Emerson Jr., Paulette Emerson, Dennis M. Doi and Patricia Doi bought an apartment complex at 2211 SW 49th St. in Oklahoma City for $275,000 from Albert Frank Hall.

The Emersons and Dois also have acquired seven units at the Thousand Oaks Condominiums, NW Eighth Terrace and Council Road in Oklahoma City, for $180,000 from Albert Frank Hall.

Scotty Mandel of Scotty Mandel Real Estate handled both transactions. Linda Cable with Stewart Abstract and Title conducted the closings.

Efbom buys complex

Efbom Property Management, d.b.a Century Consulting, has acquired property at 6800 Melrose Lane in Oklahoma City for $203,500 from Said M. Ibrahim. The property contains a one-story, 2,700-square- foot rock and brick building and two metal buildings of about 2,4000 square feet each. Lester Cowden of J.R. Fulton and Associates and David Fearnow of Jim Menzer Real Estate handled the transaction. Guaranty First Bank provided the financing. Barbara Chatman with American Guaranty Title closed the sale.

Building planned

Robert L. and Elizabeth R. Mallett bought 1.56 acres of industrial land at the southwest corner of Memorial Road and Santa Fe Avenue in Oklahoma City for $146,500 from Bobby G. Smith and Paul E. Donat. The Mallets plan to construct a building on the property for their plumbing contracting business. Larry D. Lide with Grubb and Ellis/Beffort Brooks Hogan and Jim David of Blanton Properties handled the transaction.

Four-plex sold

Historic Development LLC has acquired a four-plex at 507 NW 24th St. in Oklahoma City for $122,000 from Brandon Taylor.

Historic Development also has acquired rental property at 525 NW 24th St. in Oklahoma City for $42,000 from Benjamin Imagie-Douglas.

Ed Zinnamon of First Commercial Real Estate Services and David Bohanon of Blacstone Commercial Property Advisors handled the negotiations. Cable closed the sales.

Flower shop in works

Floral and Hardy Inc. has bought a 6,645-square-foot commercial building at 1324 NW 13th St. in Oklahoma City for $119,000 from Antonio Economopoulos. The property is being used as a flower shop. Josh White of Grubb and Ellis/Beffort Brooks Hogan negotiated the sale.

A new home

Creative Video Works Inc. has bought an 890-square-foot office condominium for $75,000 from Bill Tucker Trust. The buyer plans to use the property for his business. Judy Hatfield of Equity Realty handled the transaction. Becki Nail with First American title in Moore conducted the closing.

Duplex sold

David Wiek has acquired a duplex at 2016 N. Lee Ave. in Oklahoma City for $71,500 from Robert W. and Dhuann Robertson. The Apartment Group with First Commercial Services and Stephen Thompson of Prudential Alliance handled the transaction. First American Title and Trust closed the sale.

24 acres change hands

Michael A. Worku and Yeshiwork Legesse have bought 24.79 acres of land at the intersection of NW 120th Street and Walker Avenue in Oklahoma City for $60,000 from Charles Felix. Earl Shriver of Earl Shriver Real Estate handled the sale. Republic Bank of Norman provided the financing. Chatman conducted the closing.

Industrial tract sold

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