Brown completes four suburban property transactions

  • Brown Commercial Group recently represented a private investor in selling a 6,549-square-foot building at 501 W. Colfax St. in Palatine.

    Brown Commercial Group recently represented a private investor in selling a 6,549-square-foot building at 501 W. Colfax St. in Palatine. Photo courtesy Brown Commercial Group

 
Updated 1/28/2019 8:21 AM

ELK GROVE VILLAGE -- Brown Commercial Group recently completed four industrial transactions totaling 33,262 square feet in the suburbs.

In the first deal, Brown Commercial Group Vice President of Sales Mike Antonelli and Associate Matt Hanson represented Custom Design Stages, Inc., a designer and fabricator of custom stages for events, in its lease of 18,448 square feet at 980 Remington Road in Schaumburg. The business will use the space for equipment storage. The company expanded from a previous location in Schaumburg and required a quick turnaround for finding space and moving in.

 

Dan Brown, along with Senior Associate Jim Pietrarosso and Sales Associate Candace Scurto, represented a private investor in selling a 6,549-square-foot building at 501 W. Colfax St. in Palatine. Re/Max's Priya Heine represented the buyer, a consulting company.

Senior Vice President Trinity Scurto and Associate Daly Guzaldo represented both the buyer and seller in RVR Transportation Inc.'s purchase of 6,250 square feet at 1061 Waveland Ave. in Franklin Park. The seller was a private investor.

Pietrarosso also represented a private investor in the sale of a 2,015-square-foot building at 1235 Humbracht

Circle, Unit E, in Bartlett. Hanson and Antonelli represented the buyer, also a private investor.

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