Peachtree Center gets two new tenants [Columbia Daily Tribune (MO)]
(Columbia Daily Tribune (MO) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Two more buildings at Peachtree Center have local owners again.
The latest is George Pfenenger, CEO of local telecom company Socket. Last month, Peachtree Commercial Properties, which lists George and Joan Pfenenger as members, purchased 3910 Peachtree Drive from SA Group Properties for $1.11 million, according to a deed filed with the Boone County Recorder's office. The building contains English-style pub 44 Stone Public House and The French Laundry and Alterations. Pfenenger did not return a call for comment.
article: Royal Paper Inc. opens distribution center in Columbia
article: Helmi's Gardens looks to grow in local market
Choose an online service.
1 Online + Web App for iPad$15.99 for 28 days
Unlimited access to ColumbiaTribune.com on your computer, tablet and smart phone, as well as the Web App on your computer or iPad.
2 Online$8.99 for 28 days
Unlimited access to ColumbiaTribune.com on your computer, tablet and smart phone.
3 Print + Online + Web App$14.71 for 28 days
Home delivery of the print edition every day*, unlimited access to ColumbiaTribune.com on your computer, tablet and smart phone, as well as the Web App on your computer or iPad.
4 Print Only$13.21 for 28 days$10.05 for 28 days
Get just the print edition delivered to your home or office every day.*
5 Add print to onlineFree!
Your bill will be updated to include online as of this date.
6 MU Student SubscriptionsFree!
Online Student Access to the ColumbiaTribune.com
Current print subscribers
1 MU Students verify listNo additional cost. Already a Print Subscriber None of these apply to you Back
Need an account Create one now.
You must login to view the full content on this page.
Screen Name or Email Password Forgot Remember me on this computer Screen Name or Email Now I remember!
Or, use your linked account:
facebook google yahoo openID aol Need an account Create one now.
SA group Properties, a real estate holding company affiliated with US Bank, foreclosed on four properties in the Peachtree Center in spring 2011, taking them back from deceased developer John Peters. The formerly struggling development has picked up as the buildings pass back into local hands and south Columbia's population continues to grow.
In November, Peachtree Catering and Banquet Center owner Ali Hamrah purchased the building where he has been in business since 1996. Hamrah now owns 120 W. Nifong Blvd. after buying it from SA group for $1 million, according to a Boone County deed.
"We had the opportunity, and the timing was right for us," Hamrah said.
In addition to Peachtree catering, the building also contains Osaka restaurant and a Jazzercise location. Now that he owns it, Hamrah plans to make the building look a little nicer. "We're gonna be in the process of doing a lot of outside work as soon as weather permits," he said.
This article was published in the Saturday, February 23, 2013 edition of the Columbia Daily Tribune with the headline "PEACHTREE BLOSSOMS."
Jacob Barker is the Tribune's business reporter. Reach him at (573) 815-1722 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
[copyright] 2013 Columbia Daily Tribune . All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
(c) 2013 ProQuest Information and Learning Company; All Rights Reserved.
[ Back To Technology News's Homepage ]