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DEALS OF THE WEEK
Kessinger Hunter brokers a deal that lands a new tenant at a climate-controlled warehouse in Kansas City, Kan.
With Newmark Grubb Zimmer brokers on each side of the deal, a St. Louis investment entity sells an Olathe retail center to new owners.
The capital markets team at Newmark Grubb Zimmer have negotiated the sale of a popular shopping center in Gladstone, Mo.
With this transaction, Newmark Grubb's Capital Markets team has closed or put under contract investment assets in Missouri and Kansas totaling $73.million and 1.45 million square feet.
Block & Company brokers inked a deal to bring a new retailer to Lenexa.
Spartan Logistics has 3.22 million square feet of space nationwide, mostly in Ohio. Now the company is making its way into Kansas City with a lease to fully occupy an industrial warehouse facility at 4700 Deramus Ave. in Kansas City, Mo.
Brokers from Cushman & Wakefield's Kansas City office have closed on the sale of an office building in Johnson County.
The original 107,000-square-foot building was constructed in 1904, then renovated and expanded with a 25,000-square-foot concrete addition in 1985. It was renovated again in 2007. Today, the six-story, 132,000-square-foot center serves as a primary gateway to Kansas City’s central business district.
Debbie Schulte and Greg Swetnam of Kessinger Hunter have closed on the sale of the 207,421-square-foot Flashcube building at 720 Main. It sold to MRNS Holdings LLC. The listing price was $3.5 million.
- Hunt Midwest
- Colliers International
- Copaken Brooks
- Newmark Grubb Zimmer
- Lee's Summit
- Helix Architecture + Design
- NAI Heartland
- Cushman & Wakefield
- Rick McDowell
- NorthPoint Development
- Burns & McDonnell
- Ora Reynolds
- Kansas City
- Block & Company Inc. Realtors
- Crossroads Arts District
- Shafer Kline & Warren
- Block Real Estate Services
- Lee's Summit EDC
- McCownGordon Construction
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