GC Realty brokers several suburban transactions

 
Posted2/1/2020 1:00 AM

ROSELLE -- GC Realty & Development, LLC recently brokered a number of transactions in the O'Hare market totaling just over 136,000 square feet.

• GC Realty & Development Brokers Brad Bullington and Bryan Sonn represented the seller in the sale of 41 Lively, Elk Grove Village, for 20,250 square feet. This is the second time the property has been sold through GC Realty and it had been managed by GC for the past 10 years.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

• GC Realty's Bryan Sonn represented the seller in the sale of 236-244 William St., Bensenville. The 40,000 square feet space was sold to Venture One. GC Realty has managed the asset for the past 10 years.

• GC Realty's Brad Bullington represented the seller in the sale of 200 Martin, Elk Grove Village, a 20,000 square foot space. Tom Gath of NGKF represented the buyer.

• GC Realty's Brad Bullington represented both the buyer and seller in the investment sale of 1590 Jarvis, Elk Grove Village, for 5,000 square feet.

• GC Realty's Brad Bullington represented the seller in the sale of 551-555 Bonnie Lane, Elk Grove Village. The 9,611 square foot property was sold to Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. and is the second time GC Realty has sold the asset in 4 years.

• GC Realty Brokers Brad Bullington and Bryan Sonn represented the seller in the sale of 950 Estes, a 26,700 square foot fully leased investment building in Schaumburg. Scott Morken of Morken Associates represented the buyer.

• GC Realty's Brad Bullington represented tenant Sonia Aulakh CHB, in the lease of 2300 Windsor Court in Addison. The property is owned by First Industrial and Mike Sedjo of CBRE represented the landlord.

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