The following residential real estate transactions took place between Nov. 25 and Nov. 29.
A condominium in St. Armands Towers tops all transactions in this week’s real estate. Gavriel and Catherine Salvendy sold their Unit 10-S condominium at 101 Benjamin Franklin Drive to Christopher and Susan John, of Norton, Mass., for $1.35 million. Built in 1968, it has three bedrooms, three baths and 2,550 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $1.6 million in 2009.
Longboat Key Towers
Elliott Hilsinger, trustee, of Cincinnati, sold the Unit N-1104 condominium at 603 Longboat Club Road to David Namey, of New Kensington, Pa., for $1,075,000. Built in 1970, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,560 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $975,000 in June.
The Players Club
Renate Spaeth, trustee, of Covington, Ky., sold the Unit 205 condominium at 1445 Gulf of Mexico Drive to Jura Zibas and Sigita Zibas, of New York, for $565,000. Built in 1982, it has two bedrooms, three baths and 1,957 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $450,000 in 2011.
Philip and Barbara Carangelo sold their Unit M1-402F condominium at 2045 Gulf of Mexico Drive to Joel Howard and Teri Kleinmann, of Loudonville, N.Y., for $309,000. Built in 1974, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 928 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $235,000 in 2001.
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17 Night of Fish, Fun & Fright
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
18 Jewels on the Bay Showhouse
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tiny trio tours safety facilities
Commissioner Lynn Larson’s three grandchildren, Zander, 9, Zora, 8, and Zoe Ramsey, 5, got a close-up look at what Longboat Key police and firefighters do to keep residents safe earlier this month, during a tour of the police and north fire stations.
Mar Vista dollars to benefit local teen
Mar Vista Dockside Restaurant & Pub’s walls and ceiling are covered with dollar bills, signed and decorated by patrons. Every few years the restaurant removes the bills for a good cause.
'We Are The Marines'
That is how Maj. Brian Dix introduced “The Commandant’s Own” U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps July 4, at Avery Fisher Hall.