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November 3, 2023

Local e-commerce entrepreneur sells Cheshire industrial building for $1.3M

CoStar 30 Diana Court

The owners of a Cheshire-based online retailer of guns, ammo and related gear recently sold a 12,118-square-foot industrial building in Cheshire for $1.3 million.

A limited liability company headed by spouses Miodrag and Dajana Delmic, of Rocky Hill, sold the 21-year-old building on nearly 2.9 acres at 30 Diana Court to Cheshire-based manufacturing company New Designz Inc. 

The deal was recorded by the town on Oct. 10.  

The Delmics own Cheshire-based e-commerce retailer Target Sports USA, among other business ventures. They have been active real estate investors in Connecticut in recent years, buying multiple office and industrial properties.

In June, Miodrag paid $1.57 million for a 39,329-square-foot office building on nearly 5.9 acres at 700 West Johnson Ave. in Cheshire. At the time, Delmic said he had several interested tenants lined up for office leases, and that he planned to use several suites for his growing real estate and development operation.

The Delmics paid $1.1 million for 30 Diana Court in 2021. At the time, Miodrag Delmic said he planned to double the size of the building and use it for storage of retail stock.

Reached via email Friday, Miodrag said he no longer needs the storage and sold the building to “a very strong buyer” who had eyed the property before the Delmics purchased it in 2021.

New Designz’s principals are David F. Dziob, of Meriden, and Antonin Blazek, of Southington. 

According to its website, the company specializes in CNC metal fabrication with expertise across multiple industries, including automotive, powersports, defense and other precision-demanding sectors. The company also describes itself as a “full-service engineering, product design and manufacturing firm that offers a wide range of services and capabilities.”

Blazek said the purchase will allow the 21-person company to consolidate from three leased spaces -- two in Cheshire and one in Wallingford -- to a single location it owns. That will cut a myriad of expenses, improve collaboration and set the company up for future growth, he said. 

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