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Heifer acquisition.

Heifer Project International Inc. added another piece of real estate to its holdings in downtown Little Rock.

Heifer bought the 20,735-SF office building at 1424 E. Second St., which was leased by the state Department of Human Services to house the DHS East Pulaski County Office.

The property encompasses 3.3 acres adjoining the north side of Heifer's headquarters.

The sellers were Juston and Maebelle Minick, Chris and Melissa Minick and Ferrel and Jane Minick.

Heifer, led by Jo Luck, exercised an option to purchase the property that dates back to December 2001.

The sale closed at $2.65 million.

According to the charity's gift catalog to help end world hunger, that's enough money to buy 5,300 heifers or 10,600 water buffalos or 17,666 llamas of 22,083 pigs or 132,498 rabbits.
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Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Aug 13, 2007
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