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Cawley Arranges South Side Industrial Trade

Frank Melchert and Stevan Arandjelovic with Cawley Chicago represented seller MPC Real Estate LLC on the sale of a 43,325-square-foot South Side industrial property. The free-standing building is located at 4834 S. Oakley Ave., and situated on 1.83 acres of land.

“The property offered additional amenities including fenced parking and outside storage, which was attractive to the buyer,” said Arandjelovic.

Draper and Kramer represented the buyer, Bridgewater Studio Inc., in the transaction. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.

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