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Top commercial and residential real estate deals — Sept. 13

| Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, 3:27 p.m.
This property in O’Hara recently sold for $439,000.
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This property in O’Hara recently sold for $439,000.

Deals of the Week

A quick look at recent retail, commercial and industrial projects, sales and leases of note in Western Pennsylvania:

$38.1 million

Property: 20 Stanwix St., Downtown

Seller: National City Center LP

Buyer: G&I VIII MJW 20 Stanwix LLC

Details: PNC Center

Comment: Buyer did not respond to request for comment.

$2 million

Property: 1111-19 Penn Ave., Strip District

Seller: 1111 Penn Avenue Partners L.P.

Buyer: Northwood Hospitality LLC

Details: Four-story office building with retail on first floor

Comment: Buyer did not respond to request for comment.

$1,850,000

Property: Innovation Drive, Marshall

Seller: Innovation Ridge Partners LP

Buyer: Innovation Center Associates LP

Details: 75,000-square-foot office building planned for 9-acre parcel

Comment: “This is the latest example of RIDC providing opportunities for corporate research and development and tech companies in our region,” said Don Smith Jr., president of RIDC, the seller, on RIDC's website.

Top Dollar Homes

Recent home and condominium sales that brought top prices in Western Pennsylvania:

$982,500

Property: Bradford Woods

Seller: Steven Kanter

Buyer: Tulika Ranjan

Details: This house on two private acres features five bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, walls of windows, a gourmet kitchen, an indoor basketball court and four oversized garages.

Comment: “Buyers loved the square footage of the home, in-ground swimming pool and walk-out finished game room in top-rated North Allegheny schools,” said Kevin Mihm, buyer's agent with the North Hills office of Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services.

$470,000

Property: O'Hara

Seller: Raymond Breslof

Buyers: Maren Marie Lunoe and Zhenxiang Zhao

Details: This Colonial-style house has four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a partially fenced backyard, hardwood floors and a redone family room with fireplace.

Comment: “With a budding family that needed room to grow, they fell in love with the spacious yet cozy feel of the house. The deck and flat backyard are perfect for the kids to play in, and the location is ideal for shopping, schools and their commute,” said Jay Arnone, buyer's agent with the Fox Chapel office of Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services.

$439,000

Property: O'Hara

Seller: Kevin Sullivan

Buyers: Carl George Koubek and Susanna McGraw Freyvogel

Details: This house has four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, hardwood floors, French doors, and a patio and deck.

Comment: “The buyers loved how much natural light the windows allowed to stream throughout the home. Gorgeous hardwood floors and a traditional floor plan were the perfect blend,” said Molly Finley, buyer's agent with the Fox Chapel office of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services.

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