NOTABLE TRANSACTIONS: Warehouse property in Urbandale sold for $4.1 million
Property in Urbandale that includes a 30-year-old building with flexible warehouse space was sold for $4.1 million, Polk County real estate records show.
Nadarevic Investments IV LLC, located in Johnston, bought the 3.4-acre parcel at 2990 Justin Drive (pictured at right) from a group that includes Jonathan Houghton, Barbara Houghton and at least six others, records show.
The property includes a 29,440-square-foot, one-story building that includes warehouse and office space.
The property is valued at $1.9 million. The transaction was recorded Sept. 28.
In other transactions:
West End Manufacturing LLC, located in Des Moines, paid Hoxies Addition LC $650,000 for property located at 111 11th St. in Des Moines, records show. The property includes a 7,920-square-foot, one-story structure built in 1946. The property is valued at $483,000. The transaction was recorded Sept. 28.
CF FKL Assets 2109 2 LLC, located in Chicago, paid Gold Star Villas & Townhomes LLC $1.06 million for property at 6906, 6910, 6914 and 6918 Bluebell Court in Johnston, records show. The properties are two-story townhouses built in 2021. The transaction was recorded Sept. 29.
Ankeny SS LLC, located in Sycamore, Ill., paid Glenridge Enterprises Inc. $1.95 million for property at 705 S.E. Dalby Drive in Ankeny, records show. The 3.3-acre parcel includes over 55,000 square feet of miniature warehouse storage space spread over six one-story buildings. The buildings were constructed in 2004. The property is valued at $2 million. The transaction was recorded Sept. 30.
Jacob and Stefanie Norton paid the Patricia Ann Cron Revocable Trust just over $1 million for property at 3505 Plumwood Drive in West Des Moines, records show. The 1.4-acre parcel includes a 3,730-square-foot house built in 2014. The transaction was recorded Sept. 30.
Polk County paid Sleepy Hollow Sports Park Inc. $3 million for the 76-acre sports park located at 4051 Dean Ave. in Des Moines, records show. Officials announced in September 2021 that the county planned on purchasing the park, which has been in operation for over 30 years. Polk County Conservation will operate the facility. More information about the transaction can be found here. The transaction was recorded Sept. 30.