Meriden industrial bldg. fetches $320K

BY Natalie Missakian

Photo | Contributed
Photo | Contributed
172 Golden St., Meriden
A 5,000-square-foot industrial building at 172 Golden Street in Meriden sold recently for $320,000, brokers said.

Developer/investor Stephen Annelli bought the building from sellers PH & RS Mull, LLC, according to Press Cuozzo Realtors in Hamden, which represented the seller and procured the buyer.

The building features an overhead door and a truck dock and is accessible to Routes 5 and 15 and Interstates 84 and 91.

$7.5M loan for Cromwell Radisson

Commercial real estate lender Money360 said it closed last month on a $7.5 million bridge loan for the owner of the Radisson Hotel in Cromwell.

The hotel was acquired in 2015 by the borrower who secured the interest-only loan through a leasehold interest in the 215-room full-service hotel, said Money360, a California-based technology-enabled direct lender. Rushi Shah of Conlon Capital was the broker who brought the loan to Money360.

Formerly a Crowne Plaza, the hotel near the on-ramp of Interstate 91 opened as a Radisson in Dec. 2015 after a $1.6 million renovation, the company said.

$59K office condo sale

A 768-square-foot unit in West Haven's Twelve Oaks office condominium complex has sold for $59,000, brokers said.

ABC Systems Inc., represented by The Geenty Group, sold the unit at 375 Morgan Lane to Robert Mason, who will use it for an upholstery business, the Branford-based real estate company said.

Colonial Properties in Orange represented the buyer.

5,000-square-foot lease in North Haven

A Guilford company that assembles, sells and distributes high-tech measurement machinery for manufacturers has leased a 5,000-square-foot space in North Haven, according to The Geenty Group.

The "flex" space at 8 B Commerce Drive includes offices, a demonstration room and a warehouse area with a truck dock and a drive-in truck door, the real estate company said.

The Geenty Group represented both the tenant, Precision Measurement Services Corp., and the landlord, Douglas Bredbury, in the transaction.

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