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January 21, 2014
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-Ninety Nine 90 LLC bought 1.06 acres in Brookville Crossing, 7855 Brookville Road. The buyer was represented by Wayne O'Hara of Sitehawk Retail Real Estate. The seller, Brookville Crossing LLC, was represented by Shawn Deitch of Kaiser Land Co.

-Westridge Investments LLC bought a 38,448-square-foot, two-building office park at 6781-6845 E. U.S. 36, Avon. The buyer was represented by Tom Osborne and Kim Hartman of Colliers International. The seller, Resource Property Management LLC, as receiver, was represented by Brian F. Knapp and Janice Paine of Colliers International.

-Sunbeam Development Corp. bought a 3,500-square-foot retail building at 9598 Allisonville Road. The sellers, Russell C. Beckwith and Vivian L. Beckwith, were represented by Paul Dick and Kevin Dick of Colliers International. The buyer represented itself.

-Islamic School of Plainfield bought a 7,500-square-foot former day care facility at 2183 Stanley Road, Plainfield. The seller, Stanley Road Investors LLC, was represented by Brett Burch of Valenti Real Estate Services Inc. The buyer represented itself.

-Watermark Residential bought a 19-acre site on the south side of Whitestown Parkway just east of County Road 700 East in Whitestown. The seller, Diversified Property Group LLC, was represented by Brett Burch of Valenti Real Estate Services Inc. The buyer represented itself.

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