Commercial real estate transactions | Week of Nov. 11
November 14, 2016
The tenant leased 3,792 square feet at 251 Freeport Boulevard in Sparks. Tom Fennell and Joel Fountain of Dickson Commercial Group represented the tenant. Meiser Enterprises is the landlord.
The tenant subleased 32,000 square feet at 875 E. Patriot Boulevard, Suite 207 in Reno. Paul Infantino of RE/MAX represented the sublessee. Bryan Gardner of Reno Property Management represented the sublessor American Music Supply, Inc.
The tenant leased 5,156 square feet at 5475 Louie Lane in Reno. Joel Fountain of Dickson Commercial Group represented the tenant.
The tenant leased 6,500 square feet at 250 Chism Street in Reno. Skylo Dangler of Dickson Commercial Group represented the tenant.
CMC Tire, Inc.
The tenant leased 13,785 square feet at 1105 Kleppe Lane in Sparks. Joel Fountain of Dickson Commercial Group represented the tenant.
Dalfen America Corp.
The company purchased a 5-building, 1.25 million square feet in Reno. Scott Pertel and the San Francisco office of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. represented the seller.
The company acquired a 12-building, 1,170,000-square foot property portfolio at various locations in Reno-Sparks for apprximately $54.5 million. J. Michael Hoeck, Michael Nevis, Dave Simonsen, and Steve Kucera of Kidder Mathews along with Anthony Brent, Ryan Martin and Scott Pertel of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. represented the seller.
The tenant leased 61,271 square feet of office and yard space at 2400 Tampa Street in Reno. Paul Infantino of RE/MAX Premier Properties represented the tenant. Rich Hoskins of Commercial Project Management represented the landlord, Yale Bayside Tampa Investors.
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