David's Burgers-Express Pharmacy Combo Sold in Cabot

David's Burgers-Express Pharmacy Combo Sold in Cabot
David's Burgers and Express Pharmacy at 1848 W. Main St. in Cabot. (Google Maps)

Commercial projects in Lonoke, Saline and Pulaski counties were joined by a Little Rock home to form this week’s five-piece of million-dollar transactions.

► The Robert M. Rose Revocable Living Trust bought the 4,766-SF David’s Burgers-Express Pharmacy combo project at 1848 W. Main St. in Cabot for more than $1.7 million.

Seller: Anchor Realty Investments LLC, led by David Bubbus.

► Clear Capital LLC of Memphis sold the 10,674-SF Bright Ideas day care center at 309 Roya Lane in Bryant for nearly $1.7 million to AR IC LCS LLC, an affiliate of Chicago’s InCommercial Inc.

► Aminehal LLC, led by Nehalkumar and Ami Patel, purchased the 30-room Atria Inn & Extended Stay at 6100 S. University Ave. in Little Rock

Seller? PR Capitol Group Inc., led by P.R. Patel.

► Casey and Rodney Rockwell sold their 5,638-SF home in the Heights area of Little Rock for $1.3 million to Samuel and Maeghan Overley.

► Liebe Investments LLC, led by Don Houff Jr. and his wife, Linda, acquired a trio of commercial buildings in Little Rock for $1.2 million.

The properties included a 5,562-SF office building at 7624 Cantrell Road, the 2,760-SF Crazee’s Cafe at 7626 Cantrell Road and the 1,475-SF Mid-South Gunslinger office at 7616 T St.

The seller was J.H.B. Cantrell LLC, led by Jack Burchfield.

Commercial Construction

Immanuel Baptist Church Expansion    $9,800,000
501 N. Shackleford Road, Little Rock
Baldwin & Shell Construction Co., Little Rock

First Orion Tenant Finish-out    $5,000,000
520 Main St., North Little Rock
VCC LLC, Little Rock

Arkansas Foodbank Expansion    $3,700,000
4301 W. 65th St., Little Rock
Nabholz Construction Corp., Conway