Six-Pack of Sales
The latest installment of seven-digit deals kicks off with a 49,100-SF office building in west Little Rock and includes million-dollar manors and more.
• Responsive Education Solutions of Lewisville, Texas, bought the Sedgwick Centre at 400 Hardin Road for $3.9 million.
Seller: Simmons First National Bank of Pine Bluff, a foreclosed property inherited from its acquisition of Metropolitan National Bank of Little Rock.
• A 141-unit apartment project in south Little Rock sold for $2.86 million.
Alexander Apartments LLC, led by Jason Bolden, purchased the project at 6310 Col. Glenn Road from its namesake owner: Chateau West Apartments LLC, led by William Tull Jr.
• More than 420 acres near the northwest corner of Interstates 40 and 440 shifted ownership in a transaction valued at $2.69 million.
Northside Property Development Inc., led by Ben Allen Jr., acquired the land. Seller: 2007 DeHaven Family Ltd., led by Jay DeHaven.
• A 4,363-SF Chick-fil-A restaurant in midtown Little Rock served up a $1.87 million deal.
PRG Investment Equities Ltd. of Beverly Hills, Calif, bought the 6201 W. Markham St. property from SPC Chick Ltd. of Dallas.
• The Linda Lafrance Revocable Trust purchased a 6,000-SF home near the Country Club of Little Rock for $1.4 million from Sheila McAdams.
• Kevin and Victoria Kordsmeier acquired a 6,600-SF house in west Little Rock’s Chenal Valley from Blake and Tia Murchison.