Fuel Storage Facility Attracts $5M Sale (Real Deals)

by George Waldon  on Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 12:00 am  

CARTI Financing

Development of a cancer treatment facility in west Little Rock is backed with a $50.7 million bond issue.

Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute Inc., led by Jan Burford, accomplished the bond issue through the Pulaski County Public Facilities Board.

CARTI acquired the 2.8-acre site on Riley Drive as part of a $5.1 million deal encompassing 37.1 acres.

The seller in that December 2012 deal was 630 Alleyway LLC, led by Sam Alley.

Grocery Loan

A 37,596-SF Kroger in the Hillcrest area of Little Rock was used to help secure a $12.5 million funding agreement.

JFP-AG/Little Rock LLC of Alamo, Calif., received the five-year loan from Comerica Bank of Dallas.

The limited liability company purchased the grocery store at 614 N. Beechwood St. for $1 million in November 2011 from Amcap Acadia Little Rock LLC of White Plains, N.Y.

All locations on map approximate.

Million-Dollar Construction

Philander Smith College Student Center $4,500,000  Stand-By Generator for Baggage Handling System $1,119,033
900 W. Daisy L. Gatson Bates Drive, Little Rock   Bill & Hillary Clinton National Airport, 1 Airport Road, Little Rock  
Nabholz Construction Corp., Conway   Fleming Electric Inc., Bryant  
     
Arkansas Specialty Orthopedics $3,064,710  New Home  $1,190,000
6119 St. Vincent Circle, Suite 100, Little Rock   108 Orle Drive, Little Rock
Clark Contractors LLC, Little Rock   Richard Harp Homes Inc., Little Rock  
     
Bassett Furniture Store $1,200,000  Shoppes at Colonel Glenn  $1,045,000
11525 Cantrell Road, Little Rock   10815 Colonel Glenn Road, Little Rock
CBM Construction Co., Little Rock   Van Tassel-Proctor Inc., Little Rock  

 

 

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