Industrial Warehouse For Sale Offers Pipe Dreams For New Owner


The leasehold land and the building housing the Dunedin
branch of a world-wide industrial pipe and tube retailer
have been placed on the market for sale.

The property
at 68 Sturdee Street in Dunedin’s Harbourside Basin
Precinct industrial quarter is occupied by MRC Global – a
North American-based company with operations in 100
countries.

68
Sturdee Street Dunedin

Tenant MRC
Global has been in the pipe and tube retailing sector for
99-years, and in addition to the Dunedin branch, has New
Zealand locations in Auckland, Hamilton, New Plymouth,
Wellington, Christchurch and Invercargill.

The corner
site Dunedin property occupied by MRC Global features some
410 square metres of warehousing, retailing space, and
offices, sitting on some 892 square metres of leasehold
land.

The leasehold land and building at 68 Sturdee
Street are now being marketed for sale by deadline private

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Big Al Capone’s in Pipe remains closed; building for sale following owners’ retirement

PIPE – Big Al Capone’s, N10302 U.S. Highway 151, and its historical property are for sale.



a close up of a street in front of a house: Big Al Capone’s, present day.


© Taima Kern/Action Reporter Media
Big Al Capone’s, present day.

The restaurant temporarily closed in March shortly after the state’s safer-at-home order, deciding not to continue take-out services. By June, many local restaurants had reopened, but Big Al Capone’s was not one of them.

During the shutdown, owners Annie and John Schmitz retired and put the historical property up for sale, as of Sept. 20, according to the restaurant’s Facebook page. 

Restaurant’s history includes gangsters, ghosts

The building was originally built in 1846 as the Stage Coach Inn and Fuhrman Hotel and had earned a place on the State Historical Registry, according to The Reporter archives. 

The Schmitzes previously owned Schmitty’s Oar House, and after selling, bought this building — said to be one of Al Capone’s stops when traveling between northern Wisconsin and

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Southbound lanes of Florida’s Turnpike reopen after gas pipe explosion closes highway

GREENACRES – Southbound lanes on Florida’s Turnpike reopened near Lake Worth Road on Thursday evening after closing hours earlier when a gas pipe ruptured, authorities said.



A gas line running parallel to the Florida turnpike ruptured Thursday morning near the Lake Worth Road in Greenacres, Florida on September 24, 2020. The turnpike was shut down in both directions and residents were asked to shelter in place. (Greg Lovett / The Palm Beach Post)


© Greg Lovett, The Palm Beach Post
A gas line running parallel to the Florida turnpike ruptured Thursday morning near the Lake Worth Road in Greenacres, Florida on September 24, 2020. The turnpike was shut down in both directions and residents were asked to shelter in place. (Greg Lovett / The Palm Beach Post)

The incident also closed Lake Worth Road in both directions. The east-west road remained closed as of 5 p.m., clogging traffic on other roads in central Palm Beach County.

At 9:50 a.m., crews responded to a busted gas line running parallel to the turnpike by the Lake Worth Road exit, according to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue Capt. Albert Borroto said.

Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Yanko Reyes said the ruptured

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