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OKLAHOMA COUNTY Iron Mountain Information Management leased 23,600 square feet of industrial space at 3324 N. I-35 Service Road. Randy Lacey with Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort represented the landlord and Barry Murphy with Cushman & Wakefield-Commercial Oklahoma represented the tenant in the transaction. 10 Gym leased 19,582 square feet of retail space in the

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Faith Church Inc. leased 10,447 square feet of retail space at 8141 Northwest Expressway from Council Crossing LLC. It will be the new meeting area for Faith Church as it expands to reach more of the community. David Hartnack with NAI Sullivan Group handled the transaction. OKLAHOMA COUNTY HDG Products Ltd. leased 29,250 square feet

Commercial Real Estate

Naifco Stiles LLC purchased a 70,000-square-foot office and warehouse building at 4701 N. Stiles for $2.15 million from UMB Bank. It features 22,000 square feet of office space and 48,000 square feet of warehouse space. The buyer purchased the property for investment purposes and leased the building on a long-term basis to Terracon Inc. The

New & Expanding

OKLAHOMA COUNTY Terracon Consultants Inc. leased 77,000 square feet of industrial space at 4701 N. Stiles from NaifCo Stiles LLC. Jerry Hocker with Coldwell Banker Commercial Hocker and Associates handled the transaction. The TJX Companies leased 30,000 square feet of retail space at OKC Market Square, 8400 Northwest Expressway. Karleen Krywucki with Price Edwards &

Commercial Real Estate

OKLAHOMA COUNTY Lansing of Oklahoma City LLC purchased a 27,844-square-foot industrial building at 500 N. Ann Arbor for $1.025 million from Frances Kaye Sinclair. Randy Lacey with Grubb & Ellis | Levy Beffort handled the transaction. MG Novelty Company purchased a 7,000-square-foot retail property at 901 S. Air Depot Blvd. in Midwest City for $679,586

Canary Wellhead Equipment purchased by Denver company

Canary Wellhead Equipment Inc. CEO Jim Chappell announces sale of company to Denver-based Frontier Energy Group. Photo by Mark Hancock “We were looking for a buyer,” Canary co-founder Jim Chappell said. Canary was founded by Lynn Blevins and Chappell in 1984. They were using equipment painted yellow, and decided to call the manufacturing company Canary.

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Smashburger leased 2,502 square feet of retail space in Belle Isle Station, located at Belle Isle Boulevard and Northwest Expressway. The company reports it is developed and owned by the private equity firm Consumer Capital Partners, which operates and develops both corporate and multi-unit franchise territories. There are 175 restaurants nationwide. They feature fresh, never-frozen

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

GoldOller Real Estate Investments, a Philadelphia-based firm, purchased the Lincoln at Central Park apartments, 500 Central Park Drive, for $77 million from Gardner Tanenbaum Group, the local company that built the 708-unit complex in two phases from 2007 to 2009. The price broke down to about $109,000 per unit. OKLAHOMA COUNTY SIR Montclair Parc LLC

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