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

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

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

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Alpine Motel owner lists mansion for sale for $2.9 million

The landlord of the downtown Las Vegas apartment building where a December fire killed six has listed his family’s mansion for sale.

Adolfo Orozco faces involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with the deadly Alpine Motel Apartments fire, which left more than a dozen injured. The blaze also triggered wrongful death lawsuits in which Orozco has been named as a defendant.

The 6,250-square-foot, Southern Highlands Country Club mansion was first listed Monday on Simply Vegas. The six-bedroom, six-bath home, which property records show is in the name of Orozco’s wife, Erika Ayala, is going for $2,995,000.

“Never before has this hidden gem been available,” the listing reads.

The listing follows the sale of more than $5 million worth of other properties this summer. As of late August, Orozco and his wife had liquidated about half of their once-multimillion-dollar portfolio of 24 properties in Nevada.

Orozco acquired the Alpine in 2013 for

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NFL owner Shad Khan selling luxurious yacht for incredible amount of money

Shad Khan, the billionaire owner of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars and the English Premier League’s Fulham FC and co-owner of All Elite Wrestling, has put up his luxurious yacht Kismet for sale.

And it can all be yours for about $198.8 million.


The yacht was built in 2014 by German shipyard Lurssen. The 312-foot vessel has eight staterooms sleeping 16 guests. The vessel can accommodate 28 crew members.

The Kismet comes with a pool and a helipad (Photo by Patrick McMullan/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

“Built under the supervision of the Moran yacht construction team, the 95m KISMET yacht was delivered by luxury yacht builders Lurssen in 2014. This award-winning superyacht features a gorgeous exterior design by Espen Oeino and a decadent

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Milwaukee Bucks Owner Wes Edens Lands $20 Million Manhattan Penthouse

It takes a certain amount of chutzpah to ask for a $5 million discount — but then again, folks who can afford to pay for something expensive enough to be discounted millions are typically powerful, larger-than-life business moguls. Among their ranks is Wes Edens, co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team and a majority share-holder of English Premier League club Aston Villa, who was able to knock $5 million off the listing price of a futuristic Manhattan condo.

The sleek, glassy home, listed for just under $25 million at the time of sale, overlooks the trendy High-Line pedestrian path in Chelsea and sits atop an eye-catching building crafted by the late, award-winning architect Zaha Hadid. In fact, it was one of the last developments to be blessed with her signature chic and curvy aesthetic before she died at 65 in 2016. Despite the oceans of media attention the unconventional building

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For Sale by Owner Guidelines | Home Guides


Selling your house on your own eliminates the agent as middleman so you get to pocket more of your home’s equity on the sale. You’re going to need help from real estate specialists. You also need to know how to price your home, make it appealing to buyers and list it on the market.


Assemble your real estate team. The steps you took when buying your home still apply. A home inspector assesses your home’s structure and working condition, and lets you decide what, if anything, needs fixing. A real estate appraiser estimates your home’s value on the current market. An appraisal keeps you from over- or under-pricing your home. Inspectors and appraisers should be state-certified.

A real estate lawyer protects your interests throughout the sale. A title and escrow company looks into and records your home’s history to ensure that no one else has claim

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Bankrupt New York Sports Clubs Owner Seeks Early November Sale

(Bloomberg) — The owner of the New York Sports Clubs and Lucille Roberts gyms is seeking to speed up a planned sale of its business in bankruptcy court as pandemic pressures mount in the fitness industry.

a couple of people that are walking down the street: Pedestrians pass in front of a New York Sports Club gym in New York, U.S., on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. The owner of the New York Sports Clubs chain sought bankruptcy protection from its creditors, unable to keep up with debt payments after the pandemic shut its gyms for months.

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Pedestrians pass in front of a New York Sports Club gym in New York, U.S., on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. The owner of the New York Sports Clubs chain sought bankruptcy protection from its creditors, unable to keep up with debt payments after the pandemic shut its gyms for months.

Town Sports International Holdings Inc. asked for court permission to shorten the timeline to sell itself to a group of investors or other interested parties, court papers show. Given gyms’ cash constraints and liquidity needs during the pandemic, the company is seeking to complete the sale by early next month. Lenders have submitted an initial credit bid for around $80 million.

a couple of people that are walking down the street: Pedestrians pass in front of a New York Sports Club gym in New York, U.S., on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. The owner of the New York Sports Clubs chain sought bankruptcy protection from its creditors, unable to keep up with debt payments after the pandemic shut its gyms for months.


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Cogeco owner rebuffs Rogers-backed takeover offer again: ‘Our shares are not for sale’

Cogeco Inc. and Cogeco Communications Inc.’s largest shareholder and chairman is rebuffing any notion that he and his family would let go of their stake in the telecommunications companies.

“Our shares are not for sale. And let me be clear, our refusal is not a negotiating position, it is definitive,” Louis Audet wrote in a statement released Monday.

The statement was made on behalf of Gestion Audem Inc., a company run by his family that holds a controlling stake in the Cogeco businesses.

It comes after New York-based Altice USA Inc. made an unsolicited, $10.3-billion bid for the Montreal-headquartered Cogeco companies last Wednesday.

The all-cash offer included $800 million to secure the ownership interests and voting shares held by the Audets, who have 69 per cent of Cogeco’s and 82.9 per cent of Cogeco Communications’s voting rights.

30% premium offered

Altice offered $106.53 per share for the remaining Cogeco Inc.

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What Does “For Sale By Owner” Or “FSBO” Mean?

What Does “For Sale By Owner” Or “FSBO” Mean In Real Estate?

A common way to sell a home in this competitive housing market is via “For Sale By Owner” (FSBO). This means that a real estate agent will not be involved in the sales process. The seller of the home has decided not to involve a real estate agent and will handle the transaction completely by him or herself. The owner of the home will be involved in every part of the process, from showing the house to handling the negotiations.

Why would someone want to sell their home as FSBO? Usually sellers decide to do this because of the potential to save money. The big savings comes from not having to pay a real estate agent a commission once the home sells. This commission cost can be anywhere from 5 percent to 7 percent — in some cases,

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New York Sports Clubs owner files for bankruptcy on coronavirus hit, eyes sale

(Reuters) – Town Sports International Inc, the owner of New York Sports Clubs, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday and plans to sell itself, after the coronavirus pandemic forced its gyms to close and caused revenue to dry up.

Saying the pandemic “wreaked havoc” on its operations, Town Sports and 161 affiliates filed for protection with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Delaware.

As of March 31, Town Sports operated 185 fitness centers, including 99 New York Sports Clubs, with about 580,000 members.

The company’s brands also include gyms in Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. named for those cities, as well as Lucille Roberts and Total Woman Gym and Spa. Assets and liabilities totaled between $500 million and $1 billion.

Gym operators have suffered as the pandemic deprived them of the monthly membership and personal training fees that generate much of their revenue.

Gold’s Gym International Inc filed for

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