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Business moves: The Changes

Synergy Installation Solutions

Synergy Installation Solutions has leased 9,000 square feet at 1859 W. Grant Road. Rob Glaser of PICOR represented the landlord, Walker Tucson Properties LLC. John Ash of CBRE represented the tenant.

Milgard Manufacturing

Milgard Manufacturing Inc. has leased 6,000 square feet at 1635 E. Grant Road from Rogers/Hoge Partners. Rob Glaser of PICOR represented both parties.

Edward Jones

Edward Jones has leased the 1,200-square-foot space at 10222 E. Rita Road. Gary Best of Realty Executives represented the firm. Mark Vibbard of PICOR represented the landlord, Lippow/Rita Ranch 1 LLC.

Kelly Services

Kelly Services has leased 2,100 square feet in the Fry’s Shopping Center at the southeast corner of Grant Road and Alvernon Way for its new office. Rob Tomlinson represented the firm. Greg Furrier represented the landlord, Grant & Alvernon Realty Trust. Both agents are with PICOR.

National Self Storage

National Self Storage has leased 2,275 square feet at 1610 E. River Road for relocation purposes. Tom Knox and Greg Furrier of PICOR represented the landlord, James Mather, and the tenant.

Fast-food building

Art McMillan purchased the freestanding fast-food building at 18750 S. Frontage Road for $750,000. Jim Schmidt of Coldwell Banker represented the buyer. Greg Furrier of PICOR represented the seller, Jolly Properties.

LESCO Optical

LESCO Optical has leased 1,220 square feet in Silverado Plaza at Houghton Road and Broadway, for its fifth Arizona location. Greg Furrier of PICOR represented the landlord, Silverado Plaza 2 LLC, and the tenant.

Wetmore Road building

Richard Kolt has purchased the 5,310-square-foot office building at 220 E. Wetmore Road for $925,000 for investment purposes. Gary Byrd of Vail Property represented the buyer. Rick Kleiner of PICOR represented the seller, Hochuli Family Trust.

Custom Woodworking

Custom Woodworking & Carpentry will open a new location in the 3,750-square-foot building at 2028 E. 14th St. Peter Douglas of PICOR represented the landlord, Michael Williams dba 14th Street.

Shaolin Kung Fu Academy

Shaolin Kung Fu Academy has leased a 1,200-square-foot space in Frontier Village Plaza, at Pima Street and Alvernon Way. Andy Seleznov represented the landlord, Larsen Baker LLC. Bob Kevel of Oxford Realty Advisor represented the tenant.

Lawchic Investments

Lawchic Investments has purchased the 2,006-square-foot building at 5205 E. Pima St. for $421,260. The seller was 5205 Pima LLC. Rajan Lal of PICOR represented Lawchic.

IA Performance

IA Performance has leased a 3,430-square-foot space at 4475 W. Ina Road, Suite 101, for relocation and expansion. The firm was represented by Paul Hooker of PICOR. Dave Carroll of Romano Real Estate represented the landlord, Ina Auto Care LLC.

Crown Enterprises

Crown Enterprises has purchased 6.39 acres in Lot 15, Coronado Point Commerce Center, at Palo Verde and Interstate 10, for $630,000 for development. Steven Cohen of PICOR represented the seller, Rados Tenants in Common, and the purchaser.

Mark Lawson

Mark Lawson has leased 1,500 square feet at 3131 E. 47th St. Paul Hooker and Peter Douglas of PICOR represented the landlord, Palo Verde Property Investments.


TIHAN has leased a 2,088-square-foot space at Craycroft Plaza, just south of Speedway Boulevard and Craycroft Road. Andy Seleznov of Larsen Baker represented the landlord, Larsen Baker LLC. Tim Bentley of Tucson Realty & Trust represented the tenant.

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