Cherokee Investments Sells Tripp Building, Buys Volunteer Center


Ping-pong office deals in Little Rock and convenience store flips in North Little Rock join together in a foursome of million-dollar deals.

► Louisiana & Third Properties LLC, led by Haitham Alley, bought the 8,422-SF Tripp Building at 209 W. Second St. in downtown Little Rock for more than $1.6 million.

Seller: Cherokee Investments LLC, led by Philip Miron and Lyle Foster.

► 901 N. University LLC, led by Brock Martin III and Benjamin Lester, sold its 13,056-SF namesake midtown office address for nearly $1.6 million to Cherokee Investments.

► So Yeon Kim purchased the Sunny Mart convenience store at 700 E. Broadway in downtown North Little Rock for almost $1.2 million from In Ho and Yeon Nam Lee.

► In turn, Kim sold the 3,360-SF project for redevelopment as a Circle K store for $1.4 million.

Buyer: 700 East Broadway LLC, led by Jared Coleman.

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McDaniel Wolff & Benca Law Offices    $1,800,000
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