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Commercial Real Estate

OKLAHOMA COUNTY Shaz Investment Group LLC purchased 156 acres of agricultural land at N. May and N.W. 192nd for $3.72 million from Arcadia Farm LLC. RRE Park Forest Holdings LLC purchased the 216-unit Park Forest Apartments, 4328 S.E. 46th, for $2 million from MLMT 2005 CIP1 Complex at 46th LLC. It was built in 1974.

Back to the future

The Paramount building, 701 W. Sheridan, was designed for screening and distribution of Paramount Pictures movies and promotional materials for theater operators around the state when film reels arrived by rail. From roughly the 1930s until the 1960s, every major movie studio had a film exchange building on Film Row. As air travel became commonplace,

Patron Saints

Plans for MidTown are working through the Downtown Design Review Committee. Joe Hodges, regional president for SSM Healthcare, the owner of St. Anthony, says the expansion is the largest in the hospital’s history. In the last decade, after deciding to remain in MidTown rather than moving to the suburbs, he says the hospital has invested

Building boom

Building permit records in Oklahoma City show an increase of 31% for the first 10 months of 2012, compared to the same time period a year ago. October was the latest month that records were available as of press time. “That’s about 654 more permits,” says Kurt Dinnes, past president of the Central Oklahoma Home


February NEWS 6 REAL ESTATE Top deals 12 COMPASS 13 EDUCATION Law shift OCU Law School plans to move Downtown after purchasing the old Central High School building for $10 million 16 REAL ESTATE Building boom Building permits quickly are approaching 2007 numbers 19 NONPROFITS Cheering charities Chesapeake donates Thunder sponsorship resources to local nonprofits

Commercial Real Estate

TASYR Enterprises LLC purchased a 13,100-square-foot retail strip center at 15020 Bristol Park for $1,679,582 from Hallman Properties LLC. It was built in 2007, and purchased as an investment. Irmon Gray with NAI Sullivan Group handled the transaction for the seller. Paul Wilson with Wilson Company handled the transaction for the buyer. Pilar Beare with

Commercial Real Estate

7202 South I-35 LLC purchased a 40,600-square-foot, freestanding building on 4.37 acres at 7202 S. Interstate 35 Service Road for $2.95 million from Best Buy Stores LP. The former Best Buy store was built in 1993. Mark W. Inman and Stuart Graham with CB Richard Ellis|Oklahoma handled the transaction. OKLAHOMA COUNTY East Classen Property Development

Commercial Real Estate

OKLAHOMA COUNTY Building D LLC purchased a 20,632-square-foot medical office building at 401 S.W. 80th for $3.5 million from Cruse-Six LLC. Oklahoma City Abstract and Title Company handled the closing. Warr Acres Holdings LLC purchased 11.2 acres in Westpark Shopping Center at the northwest corner of N.W. 63rd Street and MacArthur Boulevard for $2 million

Universal focus

He’s right, and Astronomics, 110 E. Main in Norman, will be more than your average telescope shop. In 1979, the company began a mail-order optics shop that eventually went online in 1996. The need for physicality grew, and after a $500,000 building purchase that then underwent an extensive 18-month renovation, the result is a showroom

There they grow!

The $502,000 project embraced the firm’s identity while also maintaining the site’s legacy via images that pay homage to former owner John Kirkpatrick, including one in the lobby. Kirkpatrick’s wall-size world map was removed carefully from plaster and remains on display.     Ending an NBA lockout is even better when your team’s home looks