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Lakeview Village, Courtesy of Sperry Van Ness

Sperry Van Ness announces final deals of 2014

RETAIL LEASES:

Potato Barn signed a 36-month lease at 202 Business Center, located at 596 E. Germann Road in Gilbert. Mary Ridberg and Rommie Mojahed represented Potato Barn in the transaction.

True Believe Comics leased 1,268 SF of retail space at Lakeview Village at Morrison Ranch, located at 99 S. Higley Road in Gilbert. Mary Ridberg and Rommie Mojahed represented the landlord in the transaction.

Evil Child Tattoo Company leased 1,088 SF of retail space at 19th Place Shopping Center, located at 17220 N. 19th Place in Phoenix. Beau Flahart represented the landlord in the 60 month lease transaction.

Mary Ridberg and Rommie Mojahed represented the landlord in the 1,392 SF lease to Carl Quick III at Arrowhead Festival, located at 7260 W. Bell Road in Glendale.

Q3 Tempe, LLC leased 2,200 SF at Southern Village Shops, located at 1805 E. Southern Avenue in Tempe. Mary Ridberg and Rommie Mojahed represented the tenant in the transaction.

Peter McQuaid and Greg Vanlerberghe represented Boost Mobile in the 2,400 SF lease at Fiesta Palms, located at 1125 S. Alma School Road in Mesa.

OmniNuvo Realty leased 1,282 SF of retail space at Lakeview Village at Morrison Ranch, located at 99 S. Higley Road in Gilbert. Mary Ridberg and Rommie Mojahed represented the landlord in the transaction.

Internet Café leased 1,200 SF of retail space at Metro Square Plaza, which is located at 11846 N. 28th Drive in Phoenix. Peter McQuaid and Greg Vanlerberghe represented the landlord in the transaction.

So Good Dulce Y Saladito leased 986 SF of retail space at Alma School Plaza, located at 753 S. Alma School Road in Mesa. Michael Franks and Michael Gaida represented the landlord in the transaction.

Rhino Job Services leased 794 SF of retail space at West Camelback Plaza, located at 5630 W. Camelback Road in Glendale. Michael Franks and Michael Gaida represented the landlord in the transaction.

OFFICE LEASES:

Healthcare Financial leased 3,448 SF of office space at Ventura Gateway, located at 8687 E. Via De Ventura in Scottsdale. Justin Horwitz and Nicole Ridberg represented the landlord in the lease transaction.

Also new to Ventura Gateway, Charter Capital leased 1,456 SF of office space on the 3rd floor.

Justin Horwitz and Nicole Ridberg represented the landlord at Foothills Center to lease 1,567 SF of office space to Nations Lending. Foothills Center is located at 3930 E. Ray Road in Phoenix.

JK Realty leased 6,423 SF of office space at Rome Towers, located at 1760 E. Pecos Road in Gilbert. Justin Horwitz and Nicole Ridberg represented the landlord in the 90 month lease.

COFCO Ideal Rehab leased over 5,900 SF of office space at 668 N. 44th Street in Phoenix. Justin Horwitz represented the tenant in the transaction.

OFFICE SALES:

Justin Horwitz and Nicole Ridberg negotiated the $135,000 sale of a 5,000 SF office building located at 16810 E. El Pueblo Blvd. in Fountain Hills. Horwitz and Ridberg represented seller, RREF CB SBL II-AZ ITI, LLC, and the buyer, FH Partners.

EZ Homes Inc sold a 9,768 SF office building located at 5110 N. Central Avenue in Phoenix to buyer Key South, LLC for $1,225,000 or $125.40 a square foot. Justin Horwitz represented the seller.

MULTIFAMILY SALES:

Danny Lee represented the seller, Gunits, LLC in the $2,320,000 sale of the Greens of Litchfield Apartments, located at 1425 N. Palo Verde Drive in Goodyear. The complex consists of 48 units and was purchased by Goodyear GOL, LLC.

Revival on Hayden Lane, located at 1920 E. Hayden Lane in Tempe recently sold for $2,775,000. The seller was Revival on Hayden Lane, LLLP and the buyer was Evergreen on Hayden Lane, LLLP. Danny Lee represented both parties in the transaction.

Carrick Sears represented the seller, Phoenix Investment Holdings 2, LLC in the sale of La Mirada Condos, located at 1350 E. Northern Avenue in Phoenix. The 9-unit condos sold for $229,500 and was purchased by Housing For America Foundation, represented by David Fuller of ReMax Desert Showcase.

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Humana Invites Nonprofits To Apply For $100,000 Grant

An opportunity for Maricopa County charities to secure significant funding to improve the health and wellness of community residents has just opened up thanks to Humana. Non-profit organizations are now invited to apply for the $100,000 Humana Communities Benefit-Arizona charitable grant, sponsored by health benefits provider Humana Inc.

For the sixth consecutive year, the Humana Communities Benefit program will award a one-time, $100,000 grant to a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in Maricopa County focused on improving health experiences or building healthy communities. Applications from nonprofit organizations in Maricopa County are being accepted now through June 29. Organizations will be considered in the operational areas of childhood health and education, health literacy and services or intergenerational health. Following a selection process by a panel of local judges, the 2012 grant winner will be announced at a celebratory event on Oct. 25.

“The Humana Communities Benefit-Arizona grant has helped several deserving organizations positively impact community health in ways they may not otherwise have been able to accomplish, and we are delighted to continue this program in 2012,” said Michael Franks, Regional President of Senior Products for Humana’s West Region and co-chairperson of the awards program.  “We encourage all eligible non-profit organizations to apply.”

The Humana Communities Benefit program in Arizona awarded the 2011 grant to Arizona Bridge to Independent Living (ABIL), which provides independent living services to people with disabilities throughout Maricopa County. The organization used the funds to purchase adaptive exercise and fitness equipment – specifically designed for the physically disabled – for its Virginia G. Piper Sports & Fitness Center for Persons with Disabilities. The facility, one of only two nationwide to provide this type of service, had its grand opening in February 2012.

“Since 2007, we have contributed more than $700,000 to Phoenix-area community health initiatives led by some of the area’s most innovative nonprofits,” said Curt Howell, president of commercial operations for Humana in Arizona and co-chairperson of this year’s charitable-awards program. “Humana believes strongly in supporting the local communities in which we operate by helping deserving nonprofits in Arizona, and we look forward to continuing the tradition this year.”

More information on the application and the grant are available at www.Humana.com/HCB. Questions can also be directed to Humana by e-mail to ArizonaBenefits@Humana.com.