Convenience stores in west Little Rock and Benton, acreage in eastern Faulkner County, residential lots in northern Lonoke County and a PT development in Conway provide the week’s assembly of million-dollar real estate transactions.
► Goko LLC of Wichita, Kansas, purchased the 5,700-SF Kum & Go project at 15617 Chenal Parkway in west Little Rock from Bayrock Seven LLC of Charlotte, North Carolina, for $5.9 million.
► Rolling Hills Ranch LLC, led by Paulo Jacuzzi, sold 739 acres in Faulkner County east of Sunny Gap Road and north of Eagle Crest Drive for more than $4 million.
Buyer: Rogers Group Inc. of Nashville, Tennessee, touted as the largest privately owned construction aggregate (sand, stone and gravel) firm in the nation.
► Exit 117 CK LLC, led by Chris Moses, bought a 3,060-SF Circle K convenience store project at 1220 Hwy. 35N in Benton for more than $3.2 million.
Seller? Exit 117 LLC, led by John Erik Bailey.
► C&M Development LLC, led by James Moore, sold 51 lots in the Oakland Grove Estates subdivision on the southeastern outskirts of Austin (Lonoke County) for $1.4 million.
► TMAAB Properties LLC, led by Gabe Freyaldenhoven, acquired the 9,684-SF McMaster Physical Therapy project at 3605 College Ave. in Conway for $1.1 million.
Seller: DDT Properties LLC, led by Deborah Davis, Tasi Wyatt and Michael Beckham.