South Fayette, Scott area real estate transactions for the week of Oct. 25


Daniel Mullen sold property at 1571 Critchfield Drive to Scott Andrew and Ashley Hamilton for $267,500.


Kyle McIvor sold property at 559 Boquet St. to Laura Young for $157,000.


Donna Kazan Weaver sold property at 2 Sixth St. to David Matthew Yurchak and Jennifer Wischmann for $161,000.

Cortez Lequon Allen sold property at 400 Jonquil Ln to Nickolas and Cheri Ionadi for $437,000.

Eugene Pocci sold property at 735 Marigold Ct to Gregory and Donna Zeis for $420,000.

Gene David Czambel sold property at Thoms Run Road to Marissa Stakeley for $1,500.

Green Tree

Donna Perry sold property at 108 Parkedge Road to Brenden and Danielle Crespo for $184,500.

Estate of Cheryl A Isoda Chiaramonte sold property at 119 Reed Drive to Moni Kumar and Dhan Siwa for

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Lebanon County real estate transfers for week of Oct. 26



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The following real estate transfers were recorded recently in Lebanon County:


Trinity United Methodist Church of Lebanon, Pa., to Javier Gonzalez and Neftali Rodriquez-Rodriquez, 1220 Poplar St., $660,000.

Terry Lerch to JEMS Ventures LLC, 521 Spring St., 423 N. Fourth St., $60,000.

Charles Jr. and Tiffany D. Yowler to MRI Properties LLC, 481 New St., $40,000.

Timothy A. and Elaanor Krall to MRI Properties, 315 Weidman St., $44,000.

Margaret O. Walters to CR Property Group, 945 Cornwall Road, $66,500.

Giuseppe and Giovanna Canale to Integrity First Home Buyers LLC, 911 Guilford St., $57,000.

Herman W. and Patricia A. Dundore to John E. Long, property on Hazel Street, $70,000.

Jose Garcia-Cruz and Doris A. Ivarez-Rodriguez to Kenneth W. Bruce Jr., 1223 Church St., $61,900.

Michael Umberger to Starrwar Properties, 1026 Guilford St., $33,000.

North Lebanon Township

Landmark Homes at Sweetbriar Inc.

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The Parklane Full-Amenity Houston Condos Offer Luxury Living in the Museum District Overlooking Hermann Park | Oct 26, 2020

Houston, TX — (SBWIRE) — 10/26/2020 — The Parklane condo tower is a striking local landmark next to Hermann Park with its 35 stories and distinctive curved corners, enjoying a prime location since 1983. The concept of luxury living in the Museum District appeals to a broad range of buyers looking to own Houston full amenity high rise condos. Whether residents are looking for a short commute to The Texas Medical Center, Rice Village, Rice University, Downtown Houston, or The Ion and South Main Innovation District, or recreational opportunities with direct access to the famous Hermann Park, there are ample nearby attractions and easy access for work, leisure, relaxation, entertainment, high-end dining, premier retail outlets, and the renowned Museum District, which boasts 19 museums across 4 walkable zones.

Every condo in The Parklane has at least one private balcony, the perfect space to unwind after a long day and soak

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Eastern area real estate transactions for the week of Oct. 25


Mario Berges sold property at 3418 Ridgewood Drive to Lucas and Jessicah Lahitou for $368,000.


Vincent Benaquista sold property at 578 Monticello Drive to Joen and Jennifer Vasquez for $210,000.

Forest Hills

Umberto Liberati sold property at 318 Ave. A to Winfred Gyambiby for $90,000.

Estate of Oriente Carlini sold property at 1987 Centurion Drive, Apt 202, to Christine Walls for $41,000.

Zahoor Khokhar sold property at 105 Chalet Drive to George and Annalee Fix for $170,300.

Angela Hartman sold property at 140 Cherry Valley Road to Theresa Ann Grencik for $305,000.

David Washington sold property at 149 Fairfax Road to Jacob and Frances Fabian for $130,000.

Dennis Kavanaugh sold property at 101 Fall Run Road to Ranjeet Kalsi for $205,000.

Moh Kakay sold property at 489 Filmore Road

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North Hills real estate transactions for the week of Oct. 25

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Michael Sullivan sold property at 686 Means Ave. to Jonathan McMonigal for $146,500.

AbigailMadelinePaige Sciullo Seyler sold property at 167 N Jackson Ave. to Matthew Shepherd for $146,000.

Daniel Bintrim sold property at 85 S Euclid Ave. to Paul and Cailee St. Jean for $237,100.

Li Brothers LLC sold property at 91 Sheridan Ave. to Brandon Craig Lee for $157,500.


Heurich Builders Inc. sold property at Unknown Address to MGB Capital LLC for $235,000.

Spang Road Development LLC sold property at 3014 Allman Pl to Kawaljit Goraya and Gulnaz Kaur for $1,092,978.

Carl Barrett trustee sold property at 40 Blueberry Ln to Audrey Gerginski and Maria Vaccaro for $205,000.

Paul Palicki sold property at 419 Fern Hollow Ln to Mark and Sarah Stepanian for $600,000.


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Pittsburgh Airport area real estate transactions for the week of Oct. 23


Lindsey Marie Foster Jeffreys sold property at 621 Ferree St. to Caleb and Amanda Falbo for $195,000.


Patrick Looman sold property at 110 Brook Side Drive to Kevin and Leah Binsell for $410,000.

Benjamin Rumburg sold property at 412 Colt Cir to Matthew Lopresti for $314,000.

Twin Lakes Development LLC sold property at 49 Equestrian Drive to Christopher Patrick and Natasha Morgan Clancy for $469,458.

Patrick McParland sold property at Hookstown Grade Road to NCHI Holdings LLC for $3,500.

Darren Julius Rogers Jr. sold property at 210 Horse Shoe Drive to Ajaykumar and Nehalben Ranpura for $322,500.

Stephen Charles Ruberto sold property at 224 Horse Shoe Drive to Billie Schulli for $285,000.


Marie Keegan sold property at 62 Coraopolis Road to Joseph Prince and Rebecca Smith for $164,000.

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South Florida real estate calendar for the week of Oct. 19

Real estate webinars this week are daring to look ahead, beyond the pandemic to see its potential impact on the South Florida marketplace.

Oct. 20

The New York-based Bisnow Media will host the free webinar “Will there be a migration to South Florida?” from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Speakers will discuss expectations regarding population growth, tax flight, and City of Miami initiatives being implemented to attract new-to-market companies. Panelists include Miami Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Christina Crespi, Cushman & Wakefield Vice Chairman Brian Gale, Cain International Vice President Justin Oates, and Apollo Bank CEO Eddy Arriola. RSVP here.

Oct. 21

The Doral-based KW Property Management & Consulting, or KWPMC, will host a free webinar targeted to condo associations from 3 to 4 p.m. The talk is focused on the return of snowbirds to South Florida, flu season, and best practices for the prevention of COVID-19 and the

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Scott, Upper St. Clair area real estate transactions for the week of Oct. 18

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Kerrie Leigh Kirkwood sold property at 1445 Critchfield Drive to Megan Guterl for $203,500.

Adem Erkam Kose sold property at 1245 Vesper St. to Steven and Serafina Berringer for $110,000.


John Benham sold property at 10 Federal Ave. to Sean Thomas Rieger for $149,000.

Anastasios Makripodis sold property at 42 Lorraine Pl to Terry and Rebecca Tokarczyk for $315,000.

Stacy Lane sold property at 320 Newkirk St. to KS Max Property LLC for $71,706.


Amy Ackman sold property at 3 Fifth St. to Jordan Hamilton for $180,000.

Stambrosky Homes Inc. sold property at 1022 Colony Drive to Jason and Casey Hinds for $125,000.

Karen Straub sold property at 2170 English Turn Drive to Maxwell and Sara Cahn for $565,000.

Michael Lewandowski sold property at 1030

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Eastern area real estate transactions for the week of Oct. 18

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Wayne Chung Wei Chang sold property at 61 Holland Road to Tadd and Jonna Morris for $225,000.

Estate of Doris Fabrizi sold property at 762 Margaretta St. to Edward Werner for $8,000.


Girish Chavan sold property at 322 Dewey Ave. to Jessica Becker and Jacqueline Bialostozky for $355,000.

Tricia Delnay sold property at 317 Garland St. to Eric Mazza for $209,000.

Sue Phillippi sold property at 212 Lincoln Ave. to Nathan and Kristen Tavenor for $195,000.

Gerald Price sold property at 406 Morris St. to Gregory Smith for $237,000.

Forest Hills

Nimbus LLC sold property at 1916 Ardmore Blvd. to Brett Russell and Melissa Brown for $220,000.

Mildred Bobich sold property at 427 Avenue D to Korn J W Properties LLC for $63,000.

Richard Claypool sold

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Barbie Pop-Up Truck rolls to Garden State Plaza in Paramus on Oct. 17



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Good news for Barbie fanatics.

The hot-pink Barbie Pop-Up Truck is making a stop at the parking lot at Westfield Garden State Plaza from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 17.

The truck, created by the team that made the Hello Kitty Café Truck, will be stocked with retro-inspired goodies. The following merch will be on sale:

  • A collectible Barbie Polaroid camera (limited quantities)
  • Custom airbrushed jackets (limited quantities)
  • Distressed, light-washed, Barbie-logo embroidered denim jacket
  • Denim hat
  • T-shirts
  • A Barbie logo necklace
  • Embroidered patch set
  • Enamel pins
  • Cassette tape wallet
  • Vinyl iridescent fanny pack
  • Vinyl boombox tote
  • Stainless thermal bottle
  • Cosmetic bag

The Barbie truck’s stop at GSP is part of its “Totally Throwback Tour,” which launched in Los Angeles in 2019.

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