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Martin Commercial Announces Sale of Clippert Sunshine Center and Development In Motion at Okemos and Jolly

Martin Commercial Properties announced the sale of the Clippert Sunshine Center near the Frandor Shopping Center. Van and Cutler Martin represented the seller, Kirkpatrick and …

Martin Commercial Properties announced the sale of the Clippert Sunshine Center near the Frandor Shopping Center. Van and Cutler
Martin represented the seller, Kirkpatrick and Powers Family, in the transaction.

The center sold with 100-percent occupancy and speaks to the draw of the area and businesses that occupy Clippert Sunshine Center.

“This sale could have only happened with the help of Van and Cutler. Our long-standing relationshi with the Martin family is what fueled this deal, adding value and making the transaction process simple. I am proud to say we’re friends and satisfied clients,” stated Ron Kirkpatrick.

Martin Commercial Properties also announced the purchase of 3490 Okemos Road at theOkemos and Jolly Road intersection. Shawn H. O’Brien of Martin Commercial represented the buyer, Tommy Hannawa of Affinity 8 Investments, LLC, in the transaction.

The purchase of the 7,400-square-foot property puts into motion development of a corner that largely sat empty after the relocation of Dunkin’ Donuts and Sunoco gas station. Hannawa’s Affinity 8 group has also purchased the Tim Horton’s in the neighboring lot in an effort to create better traffic flow for retail businesses along that corridor.

“I’ve worked with Shawn on several other projects and I can say he’s hands-down one of the best commercial real estate brokers in the area.” stated Hannawa.

 

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