Thursday, December 28, 2017

Bull Realty Brokers $5.8 Million Medical Portfolio in Atlanta MSA


Emory Medical Office Center

 ATLANTA (December 28, 2017) —Paul Zeman, President of Healthcare Real Estate Services at Bull Realty, brokered the sale of a portfolio comprised of two medical office buildings located in the Atlanta MSA. The sale closed on December 19th for $5,825,000.

The properties, which together total approximately 17,000 SF, are both occupied by Emory Healthcare.

“This portfolio represents a model of health systems away from the hospital campus. By reaching out into the suburbs, Emory is providing an incredible value to the community.  In this case, they provide Primary Care and Outpatient Diagnostic Imaging services,” said Zeman.


Paul Zeman
Paul Zeman was chosen to market the property exclusively by the seller. The buyer was Med Management, LLC.

Healthcare Real Estate Services () are specialty brokers with Bull Realty, Inc. (www.BullRealty.com), a U.S. commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firm headquartered in Atlanta, licensed in nine states providing acquisition, disposition, leasing and advisory services.

The firm also produces and hosts the nationally-syndicated Commercial Real Estate Show (www.CREshow.com). The popular weekly show is broadcast on radio stations nationwide, iTunes, YouTube and CREshow.com.

For more information on this news release, please contact:

Melissa Henry
Communications Manager
Bull Realty, Inc.
404-876-1640 x 110


Draper and Kramer Opens The Flats at EVO Apartments in Suburban St. Louis

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The Flats at EVO, 46 Townhome-Inspired Rental Apartments, Richmond Heights, MO
                                                                                                         
CHICAGO, IL – Draper and Kramer, Incorporated, a full-service national real estate firm, announces it has opened The Flats at EVO, a collection of 46 townhome-inspired rental apartments in the popular St. Louis suburb of Richmond Heights, Mo.

The new-construction community is the second phase of EVO, a multi-phase rental development that also includes an adjacent four-story, 281-unit apartment complex that opened in 2016.


Julie Johnson

Located at 9015 Eager Road, The Flats at EVO comprises four two- and three-story buildings, each with approximately 12 single-level residences. The 46 units include one-, two- and three-bedroom plans ranging from 764 to 1,465 square feet.

Each has a private entrance and an attached one- or two-car garage. Leasing and first move-ins are underway, with rents ranging from $1,375 to $2,570; currently renters will receive one month free on a 13-month lease.

“The Flats at EVO are the only rental option of their kind in this area, giving residents the feel and privacy of townhome living yet with access to the full suite of amenities that are part of the larger EVO community,” said Julie Johnson, senior vice president and director of management services for Chicago-based Draper and Kramer.

“There’s been a lot of anticipation for The Flats since we started construction on them last fall, and we’ve seen strong interest from renters since we officially opened our doors, with a number of residents already moved in.”




The Flats at EVO is less than 10 miles from downtown St. Louis and also neighbors the popular suburb of Clayton. The surrounding neighborhood features multiple bike trails and outdoor spaces; nearby grocery options including Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s; shopping at the Galleria Mall and the Promenade at Brentwood; and a variety of restaurants such as Bonefish Grill, P.F. Chang’s, Weber Grill and Mai Lee.

For leasing information, visit www.evoliving.com
 or call (314) 627-1070.
                                                               
For more information on this news release, please contact:

Sarah Lyons, slyons@taylorjohnson.com, (312) 267-4520
Abe Tekippe, atekippe@taylorjohnson.com, (312) 267-4528


“Sunbeam Polar Express” Collects Hundreds of Toys for Miramar, FL Children

  

From left: Alicia Bell, Adrianna Carretero and Donna Gonzalez as Santa’s elves with dreidel Seth Bortunk deliver toys to the Miramar Police Department in the “Sunbeam Polar Express”
                                                                                                   (photos by Lexi Robinson)

MIRAMAR, FL – Each year, employees from Sunbeam Properties & Development celebrate the season of giving with a toy drive like no other. Dressed as Santa, Mrs. Claus, reindeers, elves, Cindy Lou Who and the Grinch, the team assembles the “Sunbeam Polar Express” to collect toy donations from tenants in the Miramar Park of Commerce, the largest locally owned and managed business park in South Florida.

The “Sunbeam Polar Express,” a procession of vehicles decked in holiday d├ęcor to resemble reindeer and Santa’s sleigh, rolled into the station at the Miramar Police Department with a full police escort consisting of multiple squad cards and a fully armored truck. Dozens of officers stood by for the arrival of the toys, which were later gifted to local underserved children by the department’s Operation Blue Squad just in time for Christmas.


From left: Gina Jaramillo, Officer Brittany Parker, Major Shalida Smith, 

Sorangel Jorge, Officer Lashay Singletary, Sergeant F. Derac,
 Officer Yessenia Diaz, Officer Jasper Sejour, Officer Joseph Drew, 
Senior Chaplain Mark Hattabaugh
and  Code Compliance Officer D. Francois

“We received hundreds of toy donations from 78 tenants in the Park, the most ever collected by our ‘Sunbeam Polar Express,’” said Sunbeam Properties Vice President Maridee Bell, who was dressed as Mrs. Claus during the toy pickup and delivery. “Giving back to the community is paramount for all of us at Sunbeam, particularly during this time of year. It brings us such joy knowing how these toys will transform the holidays for underprivileged children in Miramar. We’re glad we can do our part.”

On the heels of the “Sunbeam Polar Express,” the company further celebrated the season of giving by making its ninth annual contribution to the Miramar Police Athletic League’s “Hangin’ with
 5-0,” a free, six-week summer camp and life-changing program for at-risk youth in Miramar. The program was almost eliminated by budget cuts in 2008, but was kept alive thanks to Sunbeam Properties’ continued support, which enables more than 80 students ages nine to 14 to participate in the summer camp each year and helps bridge the gap between police officers and local youth.




                               From left: Alicia Bell; Sunbeam Properties Vice President Maridee Bell 
                                              and Miramar Chief of Police Dexter Williams

In addition to the “Sunbeam Polar Express” and “Hangin’ with 5-0,” Sunbeam Properties & Development supports the City of Miramar through other nonprofit organizations, having donated resources for the Ansin Sports Complex and the Ansin Family Gallery in the Miramar Cultural Center.

 The Miramar Park of Commerce has also been the site for supply drives for America’s Moms for Soldiers, a toy drive for Miramar children in need, and a food drive for the United Way of Broward County.

For more information on this news release, please contact:

Lexi Robinson
954-776-1999, ext. 255