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Verizon Wireless LLC leased the 9,993-square-foot former Connelly Billiards space across from Park Place at 5855 E. Broadway. Brenna Lacey of Volk Co. represented Verizon. The landlord is Pier I Plaza LLC.

Addictive Racing Motorsports relocated and expanded into 6,307 square feet at 432 W. Prince Road. Paul Hooker of PICOR represented the landlords, Gerald and Donna Kauffman.

Arizona Stone & Architectural Products leased 5,024 square feet at 4975 N. Shamrock Place, Suite 101, from Eighta Builders/Shamrock 3 LLC. Pat Welchert of PICOR represented the landlord. John Ash of CB Richard Ellis represented the tenant.

The e-luminate Group renewed its lease with TA Building Corp. for 1,868 square feet at 177 N. Church Ave., Suite 305. Rick Kleiner of PICOR handled the transaction.

Pathology Biomedical Consulting Inc. extended its lease for 2,800 square feet at 2484 E. River Road from Jane Barton Revocable Trust. Rick Kleiner of PICOR handled the transaction.

The Prudential Real Estate Co. leased 2,100 square feet at 7231 E. Speedway Blvd. for its new office. Greg Furrier of PICOR represented the landlord, Sunrise Speedway LLC. Robert Curcio of Prudential Foothills Real Estate Co. represented the tenant.

Finishline Tools leased approximately 1,000 square feet of office space at 7481 E. Broadway, Suite 200, from James H. Bishopp. Michael Gross of Tucson Realty & Trust Co. represented the landlord. Kathyrn Wiseman of Key Group Inc. represented the tenant.

Georgia Tech Research Corp. leased approximately 5,440 square feet of office space at 6451 S. Country Club, Suite 111, from ABP LLC. Michael Gross of Tucson Realty & Trust Co. represented the landlord. Bob Davis of Grubb & Ellis represented the tenant.

Real estate transactions run each Tuesday here and online at tucsonbusinessedge.com. Send your listing to edge@tucsoncitizen.com.

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