On May 22, Theatre Associates II, LLP sold the property located at the intersection of Fruitville Road and U.S. 301 to Connecticut-based business Lincoln PK Partners LLC for $4.45 million. Bank of America opened a branch at that location last fall and is currently leasing and will continue to lease the property.
Former property owner Wayne Ruben, who is a partner of Sarasota-based Ruben-Holland Development, says he’s working with another buyer on the adjacent property, which currently houses Staples, and should close on that deal in mid-June.
The two parcels combined make up just less than 2.5 acres of land. For Ruben, who developed both properties from a parking lot to two commercial buildings, it’s great news.
“I’m pretty proud of it,” he says. “And Sarasota didn’t lose Bank of America after all.”
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Sarasota resident Sol Carson celebrated his 100th birthday Aug. 15, at the Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Sarasota Inc. The birthday party included cake, singing and family. Carson, a South Philadelphia native, lives in Sarasota with his son, Charles.
The St. Boniface Youth Group held an ice cream social for families Sunday, Aug. 17, in Siesta Key Village.
Calling all four-legged models! The Humane Society of Sarasota County will be accepting entries for its 3rd annual “The Real HousePets of Sarasota County” Pet Calendar and Photo Contest.