The former Scott’s grocery store at 4522 Maplecrest Road was sold for the second time this year.

Joy Neuenschwander and Brian Bean, of Zacher Co./Corfac International, represented the seller, Hanning & Bean Enterprises Inc.

The buyer of the 79,895-square-foot retail building, Stellhorn Village Partners LLC, plans to renovate the store at the corner of Maplecrest and Stellhorn to accommodate multitenant retail. The building, which had been sitting vacant for several years, was put on the auction block last spring. It did not sell then, but Hanning & Bean purchased it a few months later.

T-E Inc.

T‐E Inc. was awarded the surveying, engineering, site work and asphalt paving contract for the new Big City Cars location on Lima Road.

Zacher Co./Corfac International

Brian Bean represented the buyer, CWZ Properties LLC, in the purchase of an 11,500-square-foot retail center at 5320-5326 Coldwater Road.

Fletcher Moppert and Steven Zacher represented the seller, HFP Acres LLC, in the sale of, 26.8 acres of land on Homestead Road. The buyer, SWM Development Corp., plans to use it for the development of the Estates on Homestead.

Dan Reese represented the buyer, Covey Auto Sales, and the seller, Hardee’s Food Systems LLC, in the sale of a retail building at 1101 First St., Huntington.

Neuenschwander and John Adams represented the landlord, P & E Realty Inc., and Neuenschwander represented the tenant, Sabrina Kitsos, in the lease of office space at 333 E. Washington Blvd.

Artlink sets December resale

Artlink will host its annual resale fundraiser from 6 to 9 p.m. Dec. 4, and from noon to 6 p.m. Dec. 5.

The sale of slightly used, quality artwork and unique art items will benefit Artlink’s programming. The public is invited to browse and purchase artwork from local, regional and national artists previously owned by Artlink members; as well as pieces of art created by Artlink members. Art supplies and other unique art items, will be available.

Artlink is located in the Auer Center for Arts and Culture, 300 E. Main St. For more information on Artlink exhibits and events, visit artlinkfw.com.

Dirig Sheet Metal

Dirig Sheet Metal was awarded a contract for the installation of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning duct work for Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne Helmke Library renovation project.

Strebig Construction

Strebig Construction was awarded a contract by Scottrade for its tenant buildout at Eagle Pointe Center on Illinois and Scott roads.

Strebig also was awarded a contract by Physicians Health Plan of Northern Indiana to modify and install a new employee entrance at 8101 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Felderman Design-Build

Felderman Design­-Build was awarded a design­-build contract by Millers Health System for a 48,000-square-foot assisted living facility in LaPorte.

Running store wins award

Fleet Feet Sports, Fort Wayne, was named one of the 50 best running stores in America for 2015 in an annual ranking by Formula4Media, Competitor magazine and Running Insight magazine.

The store, located at 5661 Coventry Lane, in the Village of Coventry Shopping Center, is also in contention for the store of the year award, which will be announced Dec. 3 at a running event in Austin, Texas.

Fleet Feet Sports began as a single store in Sacramento, Calif., in 1976. The company now has more than 100 locally owned and operated franchises across the United States, including the Fort Wayne store, which opened in August 2013.

Domino’s is up and running

The first of three new Domino’s pizza stores in Fort Wayne recently hosted a grand opening celebration at its location at 4818 Illinois Road.

The shop features a new “pizza theater” store design that includes a comfortable lobby, open-area viewing of the food preparation process and the ability to track carryout orders electronically on a lobby screen. The location also has a drive-thru window.

Glenn Mueller is the franchise owner. He is the largest Domino’s franchisee, with more than 200 stores throughout Indiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia and South Carolina.

A second Domino’s has leased space at the Harrison office/retail center downtown. The third location has not been announced.

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