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The Deal

BND announced the following transactions:

Ron Conrad represented the buyers, Chase and Jason Fiechter, in the purchase of the 12,556-square-foot building on 1.04 acres at 234-240 Hauenstein Road in Huntington. The sellers were Bloomfield 2005 LLC and Metcalf Arlington SPE LLC.

O. Karl Behrens represented the seller, YMCA, and the buyer, Uniquely Blessed Ministry Inc., in the purchase of 30,344 square feet at 5125 Werling Drive.

Brian Fleming represented the buyer, 620 East Berry Street LLC, in the purchase of the 6,574-square-foot office building at 4211 Hobson Court. Dave Stemen and Behrens represented the seller, BCD Real Estate LTD.

David W. Nugent represented the landlord, Jon Leman, and the tenant, Diamond Residential Mortgage Co., in the lease of 600 square feet of office space at 10319 Dawson’s Creek Blvd, Suite I.

NAI Harding Dahm announced the following transactions:

Stan Phillips and Al Stovall represented the seller, Bloomfield 2005 LLC & Metcalf Arlington SPE LLC, in the sale of the 12,556-square-foot retail strip center at 234-240 Hauenstein Road in Huntington.

Tyler Binkley represented the tenant, Personal Care Medical Supplies, in the lease of 1,700 square feet of retail space in Engle Point Shopping Center, 7501 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Phillips represented the landlord, Hanauer Associates LLC, and Russ Jehl represented the tenant, Opal & Ruby Gift Emporium LLC, in the lease of 1,410 square feet of retail space in the Shoppes of Illinois Road, 5145 Illinois Road.

Steve Chen represented the landlord, GEM Investments LLC, in the lease of 2,040 square feet of office space at 9039 Stellhorn Crossing Parkway. Mallers & Swoverland Orthopedic Physical Therapy is the tenant.

Binkley and Phillips represented the buyer, Cook Road Industrial Development LLC, in the purchase of the 35,000-square-foot former Olde York Potato Chips factory at 918 W. Cook Road.

Phillips represented the landlord, Roebel Family Ltd. Partnership, and the tenant, Indiana Physical Therapy Inc., in the lease of 3,200 square feet of retail space in Shorwood Shops, 9902-9904 Illinois Road.

Phillips represented the landlord, Bayshore Investments LLC, and Binkley represented the tenant, Beauty Systems Group LLC, in the lease renewal of 2,520 square feet in Georgetown North Shopping Center, 6521 E. State Blvd.

Sperry Van Ness Parke Group announced the following transactions:

Diana Parent represented the landlord, Wayne Partnership LLP, and the tenant, Benjamin Nordmann, in the lease renewal of office space at 110 W. Berry St.

Brandon Downey represented the landlord, Barry Knoll LLC, and the tenant, Jacyl Technology Inc., in the lease of 7,000 square feet of industrial space at 6020 Huguenard Road.

Whitney Peterson represented the landlord, Professional Park West Properties, and the tenant, Melanie’s Massage LLC, in the lease renewal of space at 4646 W. Jefferson Blvd., Suite 180.

Parent represented the landlord, Chestnut Hills Park LLC, and the tenant, American Senior Communities LLC, in the lease of 3,441 square feet of office space at 901 Chestnut Hills Parkway, Suite 949.

Neal Bowman represented the landlord, Shambaugh Family Limited Partnership, and the tenant, James Robert Dumire, in the lease of retail space at 3406 N. Anthony Blvd.

Peterson represented the landlord, Professional Park West Properties, and the tenant, Child Evangelism Fellowship of the Fort Wayne Area Inc., in the lease renewal of office space at 4646 W. Jefferson Blvd., Suite 280.

The Zacher Co./CORFAC International announced the following transactions.

Steven K. Zacher and John Adams represented the seller, Navistar Inc., and the buyer, Meyer Venture LLC, in the purchase of the 345,000-square-foot industrial building located at 2911 Meyer Road. The seller was also represented by Jones Lang Lasalle.

Zacher and Adams represented the landlord, 2622 Lake LLC, in the lease of 25,122 square feet of office space at 2622 Lake Ave. to St. Joseph Health System LLC.

Brian Bean, Zacher and Adams represented the buyer, Glenn Hunter & Associates Inc., and the seller, Kendallville Properties LLC, in the purchase of a 73,000-square-foot industrial building at 4220 E. U.S. 6 in Kendallville.

Zacher and Adams represented the buyer, AERL LLC, and the seller, Tencal LLC, in the purchase of 4.71 acres of land at 3216 Brooklyn Ave.

Joy Neuenschwander represented the landlord, Scott Centennial, and the tenant, Aumann, in the lease renewal of 2,000 square feet of industrial space at 9300 Airport Drive, Suite H.

Rachel Romary represented the tenant, Eaton Corp., in the lease of 1,000 square feet of office space at 601-603 Airport North Office Park. The landlord is Daniel and Sonia Thompson.

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