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This rendering from Fayetteville architect Marlon Blackwell depicts the 15,000-SF building proposed on South 52nd Street in Rogers. Dr. Bryan Harvey, owner of Harvey Pediatrics in Bentonville, recently bought the 1.62-acre lot for $929,396.

Rogers Warehouse on West Stribling Sells for $1.9 Million

A New Jersey investment group is the new owner of a commercial building in the Magnolia Industrial Park addition of Rogers after a $1.9 million acquisition. SummerStone Investments of Paramus, New Jersey, led by Alexander von Summer and John Bonfiglio, bought the 58,046-SF storage warehouse at 402 W. Stribling Drive. The purchase was made in the name of 402 W. Stribling LLC. Campbell Investment Properties LP of Rogers, led by Kim T. Campbell, was the seller. Centennial Bank in Rogers financed the deal with a four-year mortgage of $1.52 million. Campbell acquired the 3.6-acre development in January 2003 for $700,000. The building was built in 1997 and appraised for $1.69 million in 2011.   Tudor Home A 5,872-SF home in Phase IV of the Pinnacle subdivision of Rogers recently sold for $1.32... [ MORE ]

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