The sale of the former Harkness Screens property at 10 Harkness Boulevard was among several notable real estate transactions in Fredericksburg last month, according to the February 2018 deeds report.
The roughly 59,400-square-foot building, which sits on about 3.85 acres and is zoned for heavy industrial use, sold to Great Falls-based investor Dominion Real Estate LLC for $3.08 million. The property consists primarily of warehouse space but also includes some office and storage space, according to the marketing flyer from Lee Cherwek and Richmond McDaniel of CBRE | Fredericksburg, who brokered the sale. Harkness Screens manufactured digital projection screens from the facility for many years before recently relocating to the Roanoke area. People interested in leasing the building, one of the few industrial properties of that size available in the region, should contact CBRE’s Lee Cherwek.
Here are other real estate sales of note from February, according to the deeds report:
- 210 and 212 George ST LLC bought the 14-unit Prince Edward Apartments at the corner of Prince Edward and Amelia streets for $1.76 million. John Janney is on the Architectural Review Board’s March 12 agenda for a request to replace the existing aluminum windows with composite-clad wood windows.
- SMD Investments LLC bought the 8,574-square-foot restaurant building at 1300 Central Park Boulevard for $925,000. Quaker Steak & Lube was the most-recent restaurant in the space. The property is now available for sale or lease through Jamie Scully and Mike Degen of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, which were involved with the sale along with Thomas Raines and Connie Jordan Nielsen of the same firm.
- The roughly 21-acre parcel off Fall Hill Avenue at Briscoe Lane commonly referred to as the “Coleman property” sold for the second phase of S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co.’s primarily residential project. Brian Cunningham with Coldwell Banker Commercial Elite brokered the sale. More details to come on this one.
- 7-Eleven Inc. bought the 0.79-acre parcel at 3201 Plank Road (corner of Central Park Boulevard) for $1.67 million. The property is currently an Exxon gas station.