The sales team at Conway Commercial ended 2012 on a strong note with several newsworthy sales.
Dave Ellis recently brokered the $555,000 sale of 281 Washington St (Route 18), Abington, a former commissary for a Dunkin’ Donuts franchise operator. Ellis represented the seller, Cadette Enterprises, and procured the Buyer, XYZ Sheet metal. The 7,300 sq. ft. building on 25,000 sq. ft. of land will be converted into a sheet metal fabrication shop with office space.
Ellis also brokered the sale of a 5,300 sq. ft. office building at 341 Court Street, Plymouth to Salem Five Bank for $620,000. After some renovations, the bank will use the building as a new mortgage office. Ellis represented the seller, Rogers & Gray.
Tony Vacca leased a space at the Abington Plaza to the national franchise Get in Shape for Women. Located on Route 18 in Abington. This will be the fitness facility’s first location on the South Shore. Vacca represented the owner, Hawkeye Fence LLC, and procured the tenant.
VP Paul Durgin brokered the $380,000 sale of a mixed use property at 93 Ripley Road in Cohasset. Located in Cohasset Village, the property included retail and residential units. Durgin represented the seller, 93 Ripley Road Realty Trust, and procured the buyer, Cricket Corner Realty, LLC.
Durgin also brokered the sale of King Self Storage in Kingston to JFJ Realty for $955,000. Located on Marion Drive, just behind the Independence Mall, the facility contains 250 units in six buildings on 3.3 acres. Durgin represented the seller, Epton LLC, and procured the buyer, JFJ Realty.
Conway Commercial was established in 1956 as a division of Jack Conway & Co., Inc., one of the largest independently owned real estate companies in New England. Contact Paul Durgin at 781-982-2333 or email email@example.com.