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David’s Burgers-Express Pharmacy Combo Sold in CabotLock Icon

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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

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