A 44.5-acre warehouse development in North Little Rock changed hands in a near $14 million deal.
Central & Southern Companies LLC (Logical Link Control) See "LANs" under data link protocol.
LLC - Logical Link Control , led by Henry Nichols, sold the Central & Southern Distribution project at 1316 North Hills Blvd.
The buyers were Central LLC, led by L. Dickson Flake, $11.19 million; and Highway 107 Associates LLC, led by James May For the British body snatcher, James May, see .
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The project encompasses five buildings (three warehouses and two cold storage facilities) with about 750,000 SF under roof.
The deal was financed with a one-year loan of $19.77 million from Central & Southern. The two limited liability companies also bought the Central & Southern development in Pine Bluff Pine Bluff, city (1990 pop. 57,140), seat of Jefferson co., S central Ark., on the Arkansas River; inc. 1839. It is a port and trade center for an agricultural area and has industries producing metal, wood, and paper products; machinery; electrical equipment; and in a separate transaction.
The development previously was tied to a February 1996 mortgage of $3.4 million held by Metropolitan National Bank of Little Rock.
The Nichols family assembled most of the North Little Rock property in three deals totaling $65,897.
The sellers were Fred Watkins Jr. and his wife, Katherine, and Metropolitan Trust Co., led by John Matthews People named John Matthews:
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