A retail project in Little Rock, a grocery store in Maumelle, a fast-food outlet in west Little Rock, two Little Rock homes and a pair of residential properties involved in an intrafamily swap compose our magnificent seven real estate transactions this week.
♦ Leek Farms LLC, led by Lynn Leek, bought the 105 N. Rodney Parham Road project that housed Mid-Town Antique Mall, Light Innovations and Tile Shop. The deal includes the adjoining Bank of the Ozarks branch at 101 N. Rodney Parham.
Price: $6.2 million.
Sellers: Mid-Towne Center LLC, led by Sharon Mayer, 50 percent; and Nicholas Mayer Jr. and Nancy Mayer Sheppard, 25 percent each.
♦ Maumelle WMT LLC, led by Isaac Smith, purchased the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market at 117 Audubon Drive for $2.2 million.
Seller: Bentonville’s Wal-Mart Real Estate Business Trust.
♦ Sea Salt LLC of Memphis acquired the Wendy’s at 17716 Cantrell Road for $2.1 million. Seller: Fourjay LLC, led by John Shanks
♦ John and Amber Meadors sold their 4,667-SF Edgehill home to Donald and Lucinda Phelps for $1.8 million.
♦ David Snowden Jr. and his wife, Terri, traded their 6,272-SF home near the Country Club of Little Rock for a 5,088-SF home and 20-acre spread in west Little Rock owned by David Snowden Sr. and his wife, Judith.
Value of the exchange? $1.4 million.
♦ Brett and Amanda Bennefield sold their 6,985-SF Valley Falls Estates home to Matthew and Patricia Jones for $1.2 million.