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Address: 1835 Sparta Plaza
Seller: Priscilla A. Schultz
Buyer: Mary Ann Severin and Wayne A. Arbogast
Sale Date: 2016-05-19
Sale Price: $148,200
Property Description : 584-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bath condo, Building RHO, Unit 8 of Walton Village condominiums. Last sold for $49,980 in 1980.

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Address: 2619 Copper Ridge Circle
Seller: Kathleen P. and William D. McKinley
Buyer: Joan Peters and Ulf Kucharski
Sale Date: 2016-05-19
Sale Price: $480,000
Property Description : 1,462-square-foot warehouse, 750-square-foot apartment, Unit 3 of Appletree at Copper Ridge.

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Address: 1 Sequoia Court
Seller: Christopher S. and Jennifer L. Chapman
Buyer: Shore Martin
Sale Date: 2016-05-19
Sale Price: $247,000
Property Description : 968-square-foot, two-bedroom, one-bath townhome, Phase II, Lot SE1, Building 16 of Whistler Village townhomes. Last sold for $62,000 in 1982.

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Address: 3295 Apres Ski Way
Seller: Jamie Elmer and Tobin Kohlhepp
Buyer: Parker J. Crumbaker
Sale Date: 2016-05-19
Sale Price: $118,500
Property Description : 295-square-foot, studio with one-bath condo, Building 1, Unit A-5 of Mount Werner Meadows condominiums.
Light industrial buildings hold potential for eight live-work units

Tom Ross

A live/work project making its way through the city approval process is emblematic of how much the local building climate has evolved in a little more than a decade. 

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