October 1, 2013
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-Manasek Acquisition Company II LLC bought a 201,308-square-foot industrial plant at 11700 N. State Road 37, Elwood. The buyer was represented by Richard R. King III and Steve Beals of Lee & Associates. The seller, The city of Elwood, represented itself.

-TJ Investment Group LLC bought a 5,118-square-foot office-warehouse building at 10078 Lantern Road, Fishers. The buyer was represented by Mark Writt of CBRE. The seller, Applied Technology Inc., was represented by Dave Moore and Darrin Boyd of Cassidy Turley.

-Town of Brownsburg bought and leased back a 53,921-square-foot office and school property at 326 N. Green St., Brownsburg. The seller/tenant, the Archdiocese of Indianapolis (St. Malachy Parish), was represented by Kelly Williams and Ray Simons of Cassidy Turley. The buyer represented itself.

-Empower Results bought a 2,200-square-foot building 1052 Woodlawn Ave. The buyer was represented by Bud Green of ReMax Centerstone. The seller, Southeast Community Services Inc., was represented by Catherine Esselman of Penn Real Estate Inc.

-Five Points Enterprises LLC bought a 3,840-square-foot building at 540 Virginia Ave. The buyer and seller, the Estate of Donald R. Jones, were represented by Catherine Esselman of Penn Real Estate Inc.


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