Thrusday, January 07, 1999

COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE




        The most expensive commercial property transfers recorded recently in Hamilton, Clermont, Butler and Warren counties in Ohio and Boone, Kenton and Campbell counties in Kentucky, based on dollar values of $200,000 or more (data collected by Amerestate Inc., publisher of the Pace Report, from county records):

        • Property: 1105 Old State Route 74, Union Township, 45245. Use: Commercial warehouse. Price: $1,910,000. Buyer: Sovran Acquisition Limited Partnership. Seller: Poston Builders Inc.

        • Property: 11560 Deerfield Road, Sycamore Township, 45242. Use: Industrial property. Price: $1,647,200. Buyer: Herbert B. Weiss, trustee. Seller: Charles J. Kubicki, trustee.

        • Property: Kings Water Drive, Deerfield Township, 45249. Use: Theater. Price: $1,000,000. Buyer: Automanage Inc. Seller: Winchester Investments/Cole Inc.

        • Property: 6790 Kellogg Ave., Ander son Township, 45230. Use: Auto service station. Price: $660,000. Buyer: Gopal Ram Inc. Seller: A.J. Mac Inc.

        • Property: 202 Rosemarie Drive, Lebanon, 45036. Use: Apartment building. Price: $586,500. Buyer: BHB Investments Inc. Seller: Emmor T. Bailey.

        • Property: 3975 Piccadilly Circle, Union Township, 45255. Use: Apartment building. Price: $455,000. Buyer: William and Denise Fox. Seller: Contemporary Enterprises.

        • Property: 1965 Eight Mile Road, Anderson Township, 45255. Use: Neighborhood shopping center. Price: $400,000. Buyer: Scott E. and Elizabeth R. Crabtree. Seller: Earl H. Mette.

        • Property: 300 Piccadilly Circle, Newport/Southgate, 41071. Use: Apartment building. Price: $317,500. Buyer: Jerry Lay. Seller: Thomas W. Spangler.

        • Property: 2000 Elm Ave., Norwood, 45212. Use: Apartment building. Price: $287,500. Buyer: C. Blake and Katherine M. Smith. Seller: Vintage Properties Ltd.

       



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