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Warren House apartments sell for $13.75M

first_imgColliers International in Greater Phoenix negotiated the sale of two apartment assets in Phoenix for a combined total of $13.75 million.Warren House East at 2911 E. Indian School Road in Phoenix, consists of 258 units and sold for $10.75 million or $41,667 per unit. Warren House North at 6060 N. 7th Street in Phoenix, consists of 67 units and sold for $3 million or $44,776 per unit.Executive Vice Presidents Bill Hahn, Jeff Sherman and Trevor Koskovich with Colliers’ Phoenix office represented both the seller and buyer. The seller was California-based Warren Properties. Scottsdale-based Mentor Properties, Inc. purchased the property. Mentor Properties owns several apartment communities in metro Phoenix, plans moderate upgrades and renovations at both properties.Warren House East was built in two phases in 1970 and 1972. The property consists of 10 two- and three-story buildings with a total of 136,484 square-feet situated on approximately 6.31 acres.The 258 units include 12 efficiencies, 51 studios, 159 one-bedroom and 36 two-bedroom apartments, ranging from 350 to 868 square feet. Common amenities include a swimming pool, tennis court, children’s playground, laundry facilities and 360 parking spaces. The property was 93 percent occupied at the time of the sale.Warren House North was built in 1966 and includes a two-story building with 27,825 square-feet situated on approximately .82 acres. The 67-unit community offers 37 studios and 30 one-bedroom apartments ranging from 375 to 465 square-feet. Common amenities include a swimming pool, laundry facilities, outdoor barbeques and 89 parking spaces. The property was 87 percent occupied at the time of the sale.“Both acquisitions provide Mentor Properties the opportunity to take advantage of the rapidly gentrifying areas along East Indian School Road and in the North 7th Street corridor,” said Koskovich. “While adding value through property renovations, Mentor is positioned to capitalize on the millennial apartment market in these two highly desirable Phoenix neighborhoods.”Warren House East is located in the Camelback Corridor and just west of the Arcadia neighborhood, with easy access to the entire Valley via the SR 51 freeway on-ramp two miles to the west. Numerous popular restaurants and extensive shopping options are available within one to two miles of the complex.Warren House North is situated in North Central Phoenix, one block north of Bethany Home Road and one mile from the SR 51 freeway. The community is located in the heart of the top-ranked Madison School District and in proximity to a wide range of restaurants, grocery stores, shopping centers and medical facilities.last_img read more

2018/19: Season review

first_imgAugust brought with it a great sense of optimism and excitement as the new season dawned. Lee Johnson’s new-look side, which would consist of ten new faces as the season progressed, kicked off the campaign with a 1-1 home draw against Nottingham Forest. It was debut delight thanks to Andreas Weimann’s header inside the opening minutes, and the new striker raced to five goals by the end of the month as City started brightly, despite an early Carabao Cup exit.last_img

Monroe practices fully; S. Smith, Gillmore absent on Wednesday

first_imgOWINGS MILLS, Md. — After very limited participating in abbreviated workouts last week, starting left tackle Eugene Monroe practiced fully on Wednesday as the Ravens continued preparations for Sunday’s game against Cleveland.Sidelined since suffering a concussion on the first series of the season opener in Denver, Monroe was working in full pads with the rest of the offensive line and appears set to make his return. Second-year tackle James Hurst struggled mightily in the first quarter of the 2015 season.“I’m healthy now and preparing for this game,” said Monroe, who missed one game due to a concussion in 2010 with Jacksonville. “That’s all that matters. I feel back to normal. I feel good to go. I’m just excited for Sunday. That’s really all I’m focused on is this game.”Wide receivers Steve Smith (back) and Breshad Perriman (knee), tight end Crockett Gillmore (calf), defensive end Chris Canty (calf), and running back Lorenzo Taliaferro (foot) did not participate in Wednesday’s practice. Though Smith and Perriman are not expected to play against the Browns, head coach John Harbaugh said earlier this week that Gillmore and Canty have “a chance” to return this week.Pro Bowl right guard Marshal Yanda was a limited participant due to an ankle issue on Wednesday.The Ravens will face some interesting decisions at the return spots this week with Michael Campanaro now on injured reserve and Smith sidelined with lower back fractures. Veteran cornerback Lardarius Webb and the newly-acquired Chris Givens both have return experience, but Baltimore could choose to promote wide receiver Jeremy Ross or cornerback Asa Jackson from the practice squad to help out in the return game.Meanwhile, several Browns players missed Wednesday’s practice including safeties Tashaun Gipson (ankle) and Donte Whitner (illness). Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden (ribs/finger) was a limited participant after missing Sunday’s loss at San Diego.Below is Wednesday’s full injury report:BALTIMOREDID NOT PARTICIPATION: DE Chris Canty (calf), TE Crockett Gillmore (calf), WR Breshad Perriman (knee), WR Steve Smith (back), RB Lorenzo Taliaferro (foot)LIMITED PARTICIPATION: G Marshal Yanda (ankle)FULL PARTICIPATION: OT Eugene Monroe (concussion)CLEVELANDDID NOT PARTICIPATION: RB Shaun Draughn (back), S Tashaun Gipson (ankle), LB Craig Robertson (ankle), DE Randy Starks (non-injury), OT Joe Thomas (non-injury), S Donte Whitner (illness)LIMITED PARTICIPATION: DE Desmond Bryant (shoulder), LB Karlos Dansby (ankle), CB Joe Haden (ribs/finger), LB Scott Solomon (ankle), RB Robert Turbin (ankle), CB K’Waun Williams (concussion)FULL PARTICIPATION: DB Johnson Bademosi (elbow), RB Duke Johnson (ankle), QB Johnny Manziel (right elbow), T Mitchell Schwartz (thumb)last_img read more

B. Williams practices as Thomas says Ravens teammates on “same page”

first_imgOWINGS MILLS, Md. — On the same day Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams returned to practice, safety Earl Thomas says the two are “on the same page” after last Sunday’s post-game dispute.An NFL Network report indicated the two were involved in a “heated” discussion after Williams missed the Week 4 loss to Cleveland with a knee injury. The veteran lineman hadn’t been on the injury report until Saturday and was deactivated after a lackluster on-field workout before Sunday’s game. Without their run-stopping tackle anchoring the defense, the Ravens gave up a season-worst 193 yards in the 40-25 loss to the Browns.Baltimore is allowing 4.9 yards per carry, which currently ranks 27th in the NFL.“We talked about it. I just want him out there,” said Thomas about his spat with Williams. “He’s a Pro Bowler. We’re better when he’s out there, so I was a little frustrated. I just wanted to see what was going on with him because I knew he had practiced earlier in the week. I didn’t know.“It just kind of hit me out of the blindside, but hopefully he’ll play this week. We’ll get it fixed.”Williams practiced on a limited basis after sitting out Wednesday’s session, a positive sign for his availability for Sunday’s trip to Heinz Field to take on Pittsburgh. However, the Ravens were without center Matt Skura, who missed Thursday’s workout with a knee issue. Starting left guard Bradley Bozeman is listed on the team’s depth chart as the backup center, but undrafted rookie Patrick Mekari would be another option if Skura weren’t able to play.Tight end Mark Andrews (foot) was a limited participant on Thursday after receiving the previous day off. He has now missed parts of four straight practice weeks, but he appeared to be moving better against the Browns than he did in the previous week’s loss to Kansas City, catching four passes for 31 yards and a touchdown in Week 4.There is no shortage of urgency with the Ravens having lost two straight and not wanting to fall to 0-2 in AFC North play against the Steelers, who registered their first win of the season Monday night.“We know what this game entails. It’s a rivalry,” Andrews said. “We know it’s going to be a hostile environment. We have a bunch of fighters in this locker room, a bunch of resilient guys, and I trust these guys.”Reserve safety Brynden Trawick (elbow) was placed on injured reserve a day after returning to practice on a limited basis. Trawick had missed each of the last two games with the injury. The Ravens did not immediately announce a corresponding roster move.Meanwhile, the Steelers are dealing with their own health concerns as wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (toe), running back James Conner (ankle), and tight end Vance McDonald (shoulder) have yet to practice this week. McDonald didn’t play in Week 4 while Smith-Schuster and Conner were banged up in Pittsburgh’s win over Cincinnati.Below is Thursday’s full injury report:BALTIMOREDID NOT PARTICIPATE: C Matt Skura (knee), CB Jimmy Smith (knee)LIMITED PARTICIPATION: TE Mark Andrews (foot), DT Brandon Williams (knee)FULL PARTICIPATION: S Earl Thomas (non-injury)PITTSBURGHDID NOT PARTICIPATE: LB Anthony Chickillo (foot), RB James Conner (ankle), G Ramon Foster (non-injury), TE Vance McDonald (shoulder), RB Roosevelt Nix (knee), WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (toe)FULL PARTICIPATION: LB Mark Barron (non-injury), DT Cameron Heyward (quadricep), C Maurkice Pouncey (non-injury), LB Vince Williams (hamstring)last_img read more

Suspect in killing of Delaware trooper ID’d after being shot dead in hourslong standoff

first_imgartolympic/iStock/Thinkstock(MIDDLETOWN, Del.) — The suspect in Wednesday’s fatal shooting of a Delaware state trooper was shot and killed Thursday after an hours-long standoff with authorities, according to the Delaware State Police.Various police agencies had surrounded the evacuated area in Middletown where the suspect barricaded himself in a residence on St. Michaels Drive in the Brick Mill Farm development.Police identified him as Burgon Sealy, 26. After he fled the scene of the shooting at the Wawa convenience store in Bear, Delaware, he contacted family members to say he had shot the trooper, police said in a news conference this afternoon.The family members then contacted law enforcement, who tracked Sealy to his home.Earlier Thursday morning, authorities managed to breach numerous windows with explosives but had not yet entered the home. Officers were attempting to make contact with the suspect and were continuing to attempt to persuade him to surrender, state police said.The armed suspect, believed to have been inside the residence alone, fired more rounds on authorities Thursday around 4 a.m. ET, according to state police. There were no reported injuries.The suspect exited the residence at 9:17 a.m. ET and “engaged police,” officials said. He was then shot by law enforcement and pronounced dead at the scene at 9:29 a.m. ET, state police said.Residents in the area remain evacuated. The Odessa Fire Company has opened its facility to temporarily house the evacuated residents.The standoff stemmed from Wednesday’s shooting that claimed the life of Cpl. Stephen Ballard, an eight-year veteran of the Delaware State Police.Around 10 a.m. ET Wednesday, Ballard observed a vehicle in the parking lot of a Wawa convenience store in Bear, Delaware. When the trooper made contact with its occupants, a struggle ensued, state police said.One of the two unnamed suspects then exited the vehicle and fired several rounds at the trooper, striking him. Ballard, 32, was treated at the scene and transported to a hospital, where he later died from his injuries, according to state police.The investigation into the fatal shooting is ongoing.One of the suspects was taken into custody without incident. The second suspect fled on foot before additional troopers arrived and had since barricaded himself in the residence, state police said.The suspect refused orders to surrender while continuing to fire at police officers.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more