July 4, 2016
Deal Watch

Meriden's Infinity Apartments bring $6.9M sale price

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Infinity Apartments, 390 Bee St., Meriden.
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Between Rounds’ remade Vernon bakery-café.
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22 Dale Road, Avon.

Meriden's 106-unit Infinity Apartments sold recently for $6.9 million, brokers say.

CS Acquisition Group LLC bought the eight-building complex, formerly an extended-stay property at 390 Bee St., from Three Ninety Holdings LLC.

Davenport's $700K new home

Plastic-pipe distributor Davenport Associates recently paid $700,000 for 10 industrial acres in Wallingford for its new pipe-storage facility, brokers say.

Family owned Davenport has outgrown its current facility at 75 Parker St. in town but chose the 14 Fairfield Blvd. acreage so it can remain in the area, according to buyer's broker Pearce Commercial.

Davenport plans to erect a large warehouse on the Fairfield Boulevard site, using the remaining land for outdoor pipe storage.

CBRE-New England represented seller Tower Development LLC.

Between Rounds unveils redo 

Between Rounds Bakery Sandwich Café has finished the renovations and reopened its Vernon store — one of four in Connecticut.

As previously reported, work began in February on the 2,787-square-foot café and bagel shop in the Vernon Circle Shopping Center, 243 Hartford Turnpike.

Meriden's Dale Combelic Designs and Arnold Gans Architects of New Haven were space designers. Newington's Reflex Lighting also lent technical assistance.

Between Rounds' other locations are in Manchester, South Windsor and Tolland.

Ex-Avon Hardware site sold

A 6,400-square-foot building on 1.58 acres just off Route 44 in Avon recently sold for $715,000, brokers say.

22 Dale Road LLC bought 22 Dale Road, from Jen-Dale LLC, according to broker Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties.

The property, formerly home to Avon Hardware, has about 200 feet of frontage on Dale Road.

$300K Wallingford sale

A 13,620-square-foot Wallingford commercial building has sold for $300,000, brokers say.

Prakash Patel acquired the former Suburban Market on 1.98 acres at 8-12 Hope Hill Road from Vumbaco Real Estate Investments Ltd., according to seller's broker O,R&L Commercial LLC.

Patel plans to completely renovate the building for future retail and commercial uses, O,R&L said.

Dan Combs Real Estate represented Patel.

New Haven community-development lender Start Community Bank financed the purchase.n

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Gregory Seay is the Hartford Business Journal News Editor.

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