Real estate: Sale finalized on 206 Broad Street. Former Partridge building on market soon. Hardy Realty celebrates record year; Steve Graves saluted for $20-plus million in sales. Also: Update on Cotton Block auction.

Real estate: Sale finalized on 206 Broad Street. Former Partridge building on market soon. Hardy Realty celebrates record year; Steve Graves saluted for $20-plus million in sales. Also: Update on Cotton Block auction.

The sale of 206 Broad Street has been finalized. Hardy Realty’s Ginger Alexander was the listing agent on the deal and Jerry Watford, selling agent. The building includes a loft apartment and the first floor retail space that is the current home of Whistle Britches, which will remain a tenant of the building. The building was listed for $748,000. Information on the new owner is not available.

Meanwhile, the sale of the adjacent building at 208 Broad Street (Bistro 208) is continuing. A sale is pending on the building that includes nearly 4,400 square feet of space, as well as 2,000 square feet of unfinished space. It is listed for $599,000. Current tenants Bistro 208 and Dempsey Appraisals have leases to stay where they are once the sale is completed.

Look for another Broad Street hotspot to go on the market next week. The former Partridge Building at 330 Broad Street will be going on the market next week with a listing price of $379,000 for roughly 6,000 square feet of space. Hardy Realty’s Scotty Davis will be the listing agent. Don Neo’s Tacos and Elotes restaurant currently leases the space and no changes are expected at the restaurant.


 

Hardy Realty celebrates a record year, three top agents of the year: Among those honored was Steve Graves for setting a Hardy Realty record of more $20 million in annual sales for an agent. Graves, in representing local clients, closed on a warehouse site in the Gainesville area in addition to residential and commercial properties in Northwest Georgia. Also honored were Kimberly Prusakowski as top agent in Floyd County sales and Brooke Brinson. Also, the following agents each sold more than $5 million in property last year: Melissa Williams, Michele Rikard, Elizabeth Powell, Lori Walker, Nick Rogers and M.J. Chisholm.

 


Lou Dempsey of Dempsey Auction Co. preps the auction for two storefronts in the Cotton Block on Friday. The auction was halted as no bids of more than $250,000 were made. Negotiations continue, however.

 

Dempsey Auction Co. represented the owners trying to sell 116 and 118 Broad St. in the Cotton Block at auction Friday morning but the auction was halted as no bids of $250,000 or more were received. A solid turnout of would-be buyers was there including some businessmen who have been shopping Broad Street locations over the past year. More than $5 milllion in sales have been recorded on Broad Street in the past few months with additional sites listed. As for Friday’s sale: The buildings, including the one-time home of Rome Cleaners, could still sale as some negotiations were continuing after the auction’s suspension. Details: 800-336-7739.

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