WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Tuesday, January 30th 2017

Randy Bushover
January 30, 2018 - 5:11 am

Realty Income Properties 9 LLC paid over $1.3 million for the Burger King property at 1066 Broadway.  Business First reports Syracuse-based Carrols Restaurant Group Inc.sold the Burger King property, but not the restaurant, just weeks after acquiring it.  

Buffalo real estate and property management firm Standard Property Management; through its affiliate Parker Heights LLC, has purchased the 38-unit Parker Heights apartment complex on Sheridan Drive.  The reported purchase price was $1.7 million.  

U.S. Bank N.A. was the winning bidder for the vacant Dick's Sporting Goods Store on Maple Road, paying out $2.6 million.  

The Western New York office of Keller Williams Realty became the third largest residential real estate brokerage for closed sales in the region last year.  The company's Northtowns office ranks number one among residential real estate offices in Western New York by sales volume and total closed units. 

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