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$3,374,000

Property sold: 209 Ohio River Blvd., Edgeworth

Seller: Broadstone August Family Upreit OH PA LL, Rochester, N.Y.

Buyer: LAG Property Holding LLC, New York, N.Y.

Details: Includes a gas station and a parking garage

Comment: “This is our first real estate investment in Pittsburgh, and we don't plan any changes,” said Maurice E. Grey, member of LAG.

$1.3 million

Property sold: 1300 Pittsburgh St., Cheswick

Seller: Georgeann Leventis, executrix Estate Ann M. Laris and George R. Laris

Buyer: Brentwood Black Dog LLC, Pittsburgh

Details: Cheswick Shopping Center has four buildings on 2.5 acres. Tenants include a flea market, auction gallery, coin-operated laundry, Chinese restaurant.

Comment: “Our goal is to completely redevelop ... and redo it as a brand new shopping center,” said Brian Clark, project manager with Brentwood Black Dog LLC. Anthony Cost of Howard Hanna Commercial Real Estate Services was the agent.

$1.1 million

Property sold: 131 Seton Hill Drive, Greensburg

Seller: Verizon Pennsylvania LLC, Temple Terrace, Fla.

Buyer: Seton Hill Properties Inc., Greensburg

Details: Three-story, 58,165-square-foot building, used as a call center, located on two acres, includes off-street parking. Building to be called 131.

Comment: “Seton Hill plans to renovate our new building to meet the needs of our students, faculty and staff as well as the greater community,” said Bibiana Boerio, interim president.

$747,000

Property: Franklin Park

Seller: John Andrew Kirschler

Buyer: Steven and Sara Lannon

Details: Custom-built stone Provincial, open floor plan with Manor House kitchen, open to vaulted morning room and great room with corner stone gas fireplace, open media/billiards room and full wet bar.

Comment: “Buyers from Chicago area really liked the neighborhood and location. Value was excellent and yard was awesome for family,” said Linda M. Taylor, Howard Hanna Real Estate.

$464,000

Property: Harmar Township

Seller: Mary E. Hines

Buyer: Edward and Patricia McKenna

Details: Three-or-more-story Tudor townhouse with open staircase, 4 ½ baths, hardwood floors, wet bar, built-in corner china cabinets, eat-in alcove.

Comment: “Buyers loved the fantastic panoramic view with wrap-around deck, which is partially covered, a view visible from most rooms in the house,” said Marion M. Feeney, Howard Hanna Real Estate.

$415,000

Property: Moon/Crescent townships

Seller: Molly and Scott Slepecki

Buyer: Melinda Hamway

Details: Two-story brick Provincial with spacious corner lot, has Sonoma Ridge features that include a clubhouse with fitness center, community pools, walking trails, soccer/ice rink field. House has three-sided brick, chef's kitchen, finished lower level with full bath.

Comment: “The buyer loved the home because it was of newer construction in a beautiful sidewalk community, minutes from her work place,” said Jill Stehnach, Berkshire Hathaway the Preferred Realty.

— Sam Spatter

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