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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

Citizen Staff Report

Bank of Arizona NA has purchased 57,265 square feet of land at the northwest corner of River Road and La Cholla Boulevard for $1.2 million from VDG La Cholla LLC. It intends to construct a bank branch with drive through teller lines. Brenna Lacey of Volk Co. represented the buyer.

Senior Advisors Wealth Management, an investment services company, recently purchased a 2,795-square-foot office suite in Skyline Esplanade, 1785 Skyline Drive, Suite 131. The business is relocating. Brandon Rodgers, Bob Davis, Bill DiVito and Howard Kong of CB Richard Ellis represented the seller, Paone Mortgage. Kristy Kelly of Long Realty represented the buyer.

Switch Gear Solutions is expanding into an additional 5,050 square feet at 2102 N. Forbes Blvd., Suites 103, 104 and 105.

Southwest Utility is expanding into an additional 1,200 square feet at 2102 N. Forbes Blvd., Suite 106. Robert Glaser of PICOR handled both transactions.

Water Tech purchased a 30,000-square-foot industrial building at 4601 S. Third Ave. from Tucson Industrial Centers. Ron Zimmerman of Bourn Partners represented the buyer. David Gallaher of Tucson Industrial Realty represented the seller.

A-1 Communications LLC purchased 3,161 square feet of industrial space at 125 E. Grant Road. Ron Zimmerman of Bourn Partners represented the seller. Jerry Marbury of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage represented the buyer.

AAA Climate Controlled Storage LLC purchased 4,800 square feet of industrial space at 4888 E. 22nd St. from Hungry Dog Investments LLC. David Blanchette of Bourn Partners represented the buyer. Tony Reed of Long Realty represented the seller.

Sunrise Lending has moved to a 2,253-square-foot space at the Williams Centre, 5210 E. Williams Circle, Suite 740. Mike Ebert of Trident Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant. Peter Casey of The Colton Co. represented the landlord, WC Partners.

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