Crystal City, Regency Square sold at auction
BY ROBERT EVATT World Staff Writer
Wednesday, March 06, 2013
3/06/13 at 7:29 AM
The Crystal City shopping center and Regency Square found new owners during their auctions.
Representatives of the William "Buck" Myers Family Trust, the entity that owns the properties, accepted the top bids made Feb. 27, said Amy Bates, chief marketing officer of Tulsa-based Williams & Williams, the auction company that conducted the sales.
"It's exciting for Tulsa," she said. "Two properties that have sat vacant for years have new buyers."
Crystal City, at 42nd Street and Southwest Boulevard, sold in three parcels for a combined $565,000, Bates said. Regency Square at 10151 E. 31st St., sold for $1.975 million, she said. Bates said Williams & Williams does not identify buyers until sales are completed.
Representatives of the Myers Family Trust have yet to accept bids for two other properties auctioned off the same day, Bates said, though she noted that the top bids were lower than the sites recently sold.
The properties include the McLain Center at 52nd Street North and Peoria Avenue, and a former church that occupies an entire block at 305 N. Main St. in downtown Broken Arrow.
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