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BRIEFS

Naples Real Estate Show Topic: “Lawmakers pass insurance, condo reforms’’

James D. York P.A., a local Realtor is the host with Realtors Michael and Morgan York of York Real Estate Group of Downing Frye Realty. The show is called “SWFL Real Estate Update” Covers current issues or trends that could benefit you! The show has different guests who specialize in current relevant topics in the Real Estate industry. If you have any questions about upcoming topics or have a topic for the show email us at JDY@YorkNaples.com. Shows can also be seen on the website: www.NaplesYorkRealEstate.com under icon online education.

TRANSACTIONS

Investment Properties Corporation

1973 Elsa, LLC purchased 3,096 square feet of commercial space from 1973 Elsa Street LLC located at 1973 Elsa Street for $1,100,000. Christine McManus negotiated this transaction.

Aegean Estiatorio, Inc. purchased 10,500 square feet of restaurant space from P.D.K.N P-3 LLC located at 8990 Fontana Del Sol Way for $4,675,000. Patrick Fraley and David J. Stevens negotiated this transaction.

JWines dba JWines LLC leased 1,486 square feet of retail space from Design Park Holdings, LLC located at 950 1st Avenue North, Suite 950-A. Tara L. Stokes negotiated this transaction.

The Beverage Box DRIVE-UP, LLC leased 2,513 square feet of retail space from JCS Naples Holdings, LLC located at 1480 Airport Pulling Road North. Rob Carroll represented the Landlord and Todd Sabin of Kova Commercial represented the Tenant.

Lee & Associates

25505 Old Landfill Rd, LLC purchased 69.80 acres at 25505 Old Landfill Rd., Port Charlotte from Land Resources Management, Inc. for $718,200. Derek Bornhorst, Bob Johnston and Jerry Messonnier represented the buyer and Bob Helphenstine of Five Star Realty represented the seller in the transaction.

Truist Bank leased 9,826sf space in the SunTrust Building at 801 Laurel Oak Dr., Suites 100 & 200, Naples from the American National Insurance Co. Thomas Webb and Michael Mahan represented the landlord in the transaction.

Beat the Heat Air Conditioning & Heating, Inc. leased 2,000sf space in the Alico Road Business Park at 8801 Business Park Dr., Unit 202, Ft. Myers from Lee Road Enterprise, LLC. Derek Bornhorst, Bob Johnston, Jerry Messonnier and Meaghan Schmitt negotiated the transaction.

PERSONNEL

Gulf Coast International Properties announces agent of the month

Gulf Coast International Properties® is pleased to announce Melanie Mogelvang Hovland, P.A., has been named Agent of the Month for May 2022. Melanie specializes in mortgage banking, real estate accounting, commercial property management and brokering. From her work as a loan officer through to real estate agent and then on to Broker Associate, Ms. Hovland is a seasoned professional in the industry with firsthand local knowledge. Melanie loves working with people and catering to their individual needs. She possesses a wealth of local knowledge and is an honest and skilled negotiator.

Southwest Florida’s Neal Communities recognized during 19th Annual National Avid Awards

Neal Communities announced its southern division received an Avid Benchmark Award and several employees throughout the company received Annual Service Awards from Avid Ratings. Avid Ratings offers a software industry solution that home industry professionals use to measure, understand, and improve their performance at every customer touchpoint. The 19th Annual Avid Awards program recognized homebuilders throughout the U.S. for scoring highest with their customers on homebuying experience surveys. Award winners are chosen based on results received from some of the largest publicly traded NYSE/NASDAQ builders, North America’s largest private builders and hundreds of small volume and custom builders from coast to coast. This year’s program had 437 qualifying builders from all over the United States and Canada and covers homebuyer data from January to December 2021. Neal Communities’ Southern Division oversees the construction of communities in Lee and Collier Counties. Sales Representatives Lisa Marie Halady (Southern Division), Matthew Turczyn (Southern Division), and David McKenna (Southwest Florida Division) received Avid Service Awards. Construction Representatives Gabriel Kempski (Southwest Florida Division) and Marshall Kutz (Southwest Florida Division) also received Avid Service Awards.

MVP Realty announces Top Producing Realtors for Sales Volume in April

# 1 Mindy Sylvester # 2 JC Curbelo # 3 Michael Condello # 4 Laurel McGarel # 5 Patti Fortune # 6 Jeanine Colavecchi # 7 Tracy Guillot # 8 Alex Greenwood (TIE) # 8 Scott Riddle (TIE) # 9 Chuck Gallo # 10 Amanda Preisinger # 11 Kendra Hoefs # 12 Jeri Hannon # 13 Pina Campbell # 14 Jo Ann Brandon # 15 Tomas Nagys # 16 Neal Wolf # 17 Lisa Barnes # 18 Patty Dovichi # 19 Carlos Frizone # 20 Violetta Zalevskiy # 21 Doug Dittamore # 22 Kieu Erickson (TIE) # 22 Amy Luizzi (TIE) # 23 Rhiannon Gard # 24 Marian Ballins # 25 Elvida Masson # 26 Arnulf Albrecht # 27 Kendra Sheikho # 28 Sharon Levesque # 29 Liz Williamson # 30 Christopher Soucy.

Florida Lifestyle Homes welcomes new Financial Controller

Florida Lifestyle Homes is excited to welcome Nick Yagelski to their financial team as a controller. Nick is a graduate of Indiana University in Indianapolis, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in finance, and has completed higher-level accounting courses at the local Florida Gulf Coast University. Nick has a background in multiple industries but has specialized in construction finance for the previous six years. Nick prides himself on his efficiency and ability to support business efforts from both accounting and technical standpoints.

Owen-Ames-Kimball honored as Best Place to Work in Southwest Florida

Owen-Ames-Kimball Company (O-A-K), has been named a Southwest Florida Best Places to Work, a survey competition managed by Best Companies Group (BCG) and published by Gulfshore Business. O-A-K was one of 16 companies selected this year to join the ranks of the Best Places to Work in Southwest Florida. The company allows pets to accompany their owners to the office to help relieve workday stress. In addition, to build teamwork and morale, the company regularly holds employee lunches, years-of-service award ceremonies, and outside work events. O-A-K also offers robust benefits, flexible hours, generous parental leave benefits, mentoring opportunities, tuition reimbursement for business education workshops and conferences, and a profit-sharing program.

This article originally appeared on Fort Myers News-Press: Briefs