New Port Richey, Fla. — Carol L. Kinnard, transaction specialist at Hold-Thyssen, LLC, a commercial real estate services firm with offices in Clearwater, recently brokered the sale of the historic building at 5323 Main St. in New Port Richey.
Kinnard, who represented James H. Rinker and Audrey A. Rinker, the sellers in the transaction, said the 1,600 square foot free-standing building is part of the Gateway District within the City of New Port Richey. Built in 1954, it has a mural painted on its exterior depicting area stilt houses in the Gulf of Mexico.
The buyer, Dr. Vivian Montemayor Robinson paid $120,000 for the property and has plans to move her chiropractic office to the location.
Hold-Thyssen provides commercial property and leasing and management services to institutional and private investor clients nationwide. The 40-year old firm’s current portfolio includes more than100 commercial properties throughout the United States.
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