Col. Glenn Business Center, a super convenience store in west Little Rock, a political strategist's dealings in Edgehill, the future home of a Conway hotel and a Little Rock manor make up the latest million-dollar real estate transactions.
► Col. Glenn Business Center LLC and Colonel Glenn Storage Center LLC, led by Russell and Tammye Hall, sold the 42,662-SF project at 10303 Col. Glenn Road for $6.3 million.
Buyer? LIL Holdings LLC, an affiliate of Skogman Realty Group of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
► Bayrock Seven LLC, an affiliate of Bayrock Investment Co. in Charlotte, North Carolina, purchased the 5,700-SF Kum & Go project at 15617 Chenal Parkway for $5.8 million.
Seller: KG Store 139 LLC, an affiliate of the Kum & Go chain in West Des Moines, Iowa.
► Republican political consultant Noelle Nikpour sold her piece of the prestigious Edgehill neighborhood and bought another.
The namesake trust of Steven and Jaimie Moss acquired her 4,620-SF home for $1.6 million.
In turn, Nikpour purchased a 4,850-SF home for $1.9 million from the Roberts Living Trust, led by Chris and Beth Roberts.
► Construction of a Hampton Inn in Conway is in motion after a $1.4 million transaction between related parties.
Conway Hospitality Group LLC, led by Chet Patel, bought the former Ruby Tuesday project at 2400 Sanders Road from River Valley Lodging LLC, led by Patel and Rocky Govind.
► The Riley Family Revocable Living Trust, led by Martha Riley and Pat Riley Jr., sold a 5,093-SF home in the Country Club Heights neighborhood for more than $1.3 million to Brad and Emily Canada.