Mergers & Acquisitions

2012

December

Patient Engagement Systems leased 396 square feet in The Maltex Building, 431 Pine St., Burlington. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing agent, and Mike Provost of Donahue & Associates was the leasing agent.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Heidi Brousseau of Edward Jones leased an office at 8 Essex Way in Essex Junction. Nicole Senecal and Carrie Zeno were the listing agents for the landlord, Summerville LLC. Present were John Summerville, DMD, landlord; Zeno; Senecal; Brousseau; and Lotz.

Ken Liatsos, partner and founder of PMG Public Relations, announced that the agency has opened an office at 66 Long Wharf in Boston. The firm will maintain its Burlington offices. Associates will be able to transfer between offices as they wish. Two publicists, Alicia DeMartini, an account supervisor, and Michelle Searer, an account executive, will relocate to the Boston office.

Thierry Writing Inc. leased office space in the Smith Building, 156 College St., Burlington, from Misty Meadows Farms Inc. Averill Cook and Tony Blake of V/T Commercial represented the landlord, and Cook assisted the tenant.

Champlain Housing Trust bought South Meadow Apartments near Pine Street and Home Avenue in Burlington from South Meadow Housing Associates for $19 million. The 25-year-old project is home to 148 apartments, including 40 affordable ones. Rich Feeley, president of Coburn & Feeley Property Management, is managing partner of South Meadow Housing Associates. Eric Farrell of Farrell Real Estate assisted in negotiating the sale.

Jim and Jeanette Wood, the owners of Madera’s Restaurante Mexicano & Cantina!, leased restaurant space in the Waterfront Plaza, 180 Battery St., Burlington, from Investors Corp. of Vermont. ICV Construction assisted with the design and complete remodeling of the space. Duncan Harris of Redstone represented the tenants, and Barbara Surprenant represented the owner. Present were Skip Williams, ICV Construction; Surprenant; Jeanette Wood; Jim Wood; Harris.

Larry Cain, the former owner of Works in Progress in Williston, purchased Limb Corp., a manufacturer, supplier, and installer of commercial and residential window treatments in Williston.

Bourne’s Energy recently completed the build-out of an injection blending operation for biodiesel, a state-of-the-art facility, with the support of a Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund grant from the U.S. Department of Energy and the office of Sen. Patrick Leahy. It is the first biofuel blending plant in central Vermont.

November

The Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Lake Champlain Islands Chamber of Commerce have merged to form one business support, advocacy, and tourism organization for the region. The merged organization will continue under the Lake Champlain Chamber’s name. Ruth Wallman, executive director of the Islands Chamber, will serve as vice president of the merged organization.

The ownership group of Beau Ties Ltd. of Vermont, including principal shareholders Bill Kenerson and Deb Venman, sold the assets of the company to a group led by David Kramer and David Mutter. The company will remain in Middlebury, and plans call for added investment in equipment and marketing.

Lord Corp. of Cary, N.C., has completed its acquisition of MicroStrain Inc. in Williston. The company will continue to operate from its Williston location as MicroStrain, a Lord Company, retaining its entire workforce.

Will Pouch leased 1,750 square feet at 131 Main St., Burlington, and will open Esperanto, a restaurant. Matt Tedder of Pomerleau Real Estate was the leasing agent, and Brad Worthen of V/T Commercial was the listing agent. Present were Bob Schwartz, Great Northern Construction; Worthen; Pouch; and Tedder.

Tasha Lansbury, LICSW, leased a 650-square-foot office space at 41 Main St., Burlington, from Malone 41-47 Main Street Properties LLC. Peter Yee of Yellow Sign Commercial represented the landlord.

Gardner Kilcoyne Architects PC leased office space at 289 Leroy Road, Williston, from DeVita LLC. Broker Esther Lotz made the announcement. Present were Liza Kilcoyne of Gardner Kilcoyne; Frank DeVita, landlord; and Lotz.

CVD Inc. leased 2,625 square feet at 7 Greentree Drive, South Burlington. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the leasing agent, and Jeff Nick of J.L. Davis Realty was the listing agent.

GMS Realty LLP bought an 18-acre parcel of commercial land in Sunderland Industrial Park at Acorn Lane and Rathe Road, Colchester, from Catamount Colchester LLC. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone made the announcement. Doug Nedde of Redstone represented the seller. Gregg Laber, the owner of Green Mountain Electric Supply and GMS Realty, has permits to build a 30,150-square-foot multi-tenant commercial building at the site. Present were Letourneau; Nedde; Gregg Laber; and Josh Laber, Green Mountain Electric Supply.

A Taste of Europe leased 800 square feet at Commerce Square, 1295 Williston Road, South Burlington. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing and leasing agent.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Precision Boxing Club leased a location at 177 Avenue C in Williston from LNP Inc. Present were Robert Baker, Precision; Nicole Senecal, Omega Real Estate Associates; and Lotz.

Graham Mink bought a Morristown building at 74 Portland St. and announced plans to completely renovate the building inside and out, keeping the first floor as retail and adding professional office space to the second floor. The Morristown Development Fund, administered by the Lamoille Economic Development Corp. is providing the funds for the renovation.

Molly Dillon, senior vice president of Merchants Bank and president of Merchants Trust Co., announced that Merchants Bank will move its White Street branch in South Burlington to 1309 Williston Road, at the corner of Williston and Hinesburg roads, early next year. Construction at the new location began in Seaptember. Improvements at the new site will include two remote capture deposit ATMs — one in the lobby and one at the drive-up — allowing customers to deposit checks and cash without having to use deposit slips or envelopes; and a customer solutions station providing Internet access to online banking functions such as loan applications, with trained staff on hand to assist in the process.

Speeder & Earl’s Coffee leased 5,097 square feet of office, warehouse, roasting, and pack-and-ship space at 368 Avenue D in Williston from REM Development Co. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the leasing broker. Present were Letourneau; Jeannie Vento, Speeder & Earl’s; Stephanie Miller Reiskin, REM; Bob Miller of REM; and Jessica Workman, Speeder & Earl’s.

American Life Inc. leased 1,020 square feet in the Kilburn & Gates Building, 7 Kilburn St., Burlington. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing agent, and Mike Provost of Donahue & Associates was the leasing agent.

October

Sam Ruggiano, P.E., and Lance Llewellyn, P.E., announced the merger of their firms, Ruggiano Engineering Inc. of St. Albans and Morrisville and Llewellyn-Howley Inc. of South Burlington.

Gerry Hanifin, manager of the Berlin Mall, announced that Payless Shoe Source moved to its new location in the mall, next to Mr. B’s Hallmark store. The expanded storefront provides a broader selection in a newer space. The change is part of recent improvements at the mall, including upgrades to the grounds and potential expansion of existing stores.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that EQ2 leased an office at 78 Ethan Allen Drive, South Burlington, from Baisel Real Estate LLC. Present were: David Houston and Cathy Houston of Baisel; Jim Smith and Tamara Durfee of EQ2.

Karen Colbert, vice president and general manager of King Arthur Flour, announced the completion of the company’s two-year expansion of its bakery and café, school, and store in Norwich. Architects for the $10 million project were TruexCullins; Gensler designed the store and café interior; and landscaping was done by ORW Landscape Planners. Engelberth Construction managed the project; Liebert Engineering was the mechanical and electrical engineer; and Engineering Ventures did the civil and environmental engineering.

QBurke Mountain Resorts and Burke Mountain Academy announced improvements to the snowmaking system, which include a new 800-horsepower Cameron compressor and 140 high-efficiency snow guns, some of them to replace outdated, inefficient snow guns at the mountain. QBurke Mountain Resorts is headed by Ariel Quiros and partner Bill Stenger, president and co-owner with Quiros of Jay Peak Resorts, which took ownership of Burke in May.

Ascension Technology Corp. has been acquired by Roper Industries Inc., and will operate as a subsidiary of Northern Digital Inc., a subsidiary of Roper based in Waterloo, Ontario. David Rath, president of NDI, announced the acquisition. The company plans to stay in Vermont and continue to manufacture its magnetic sensors, working in partnership with NDI.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Jeff Blais of Met Life Auto & Home leased an office at 12 Park St., Essex Junction, from LI Park Street Properties LLC. Present were: Blais; Kristofer McEwing, landlord; and Lotz.

Lord Corp. of Cary, N.C., has agreed to acquire the assets of MicroStrain Inc. The announcement was made by Steve Arms, founder and CEO of MicroStrain, which has worked on several joint development projects with Lord over several years. MicroStrain will remain in Vermont as the sensing systems business of Lord.

September

The Allen Agency of Williston and Roy Insurance Agency of Swanton announced their merger with Rutland-based Kinney Pike Insurance. As part of the merger, Kinney Pike relocated its South Burlington office to The Allen Agency building in Williston. All current Allen Agency and Roy Insurance Agency staff will continue to work for the combined entity.

Brenda Jones, the owner of Brenda Jones Real Estate, has merged with Keller Williams Realty Green Mountain Properties as an agent partner. The merger provides Keller Williams with an immediate presence in the Bennington County market.

Simpson Cabinetry, a custom cabinet and woodworking shop in South Burlington, has been purchased by Betsy and Andy Cabrera of Richmond. Simpson will continue to offer handcrafted kitchens, baths, built-ins, and furniture, which is made from sustainably harvested wood in the company’s 5,000-square-foot workshop on Shelburne Road. The shop’s experienced staff of woodworkers will also remain. A new showroom and design studio have been built adjacent to the workshop. Sam Ruggiano, P.E., and Lance Llewellyn, P.E., announced the merger of their firms, Ruggiano Engineering Inc. of St. Albans and Morrisville and Llewellyn-Howley

Nicole Carignan and David Raphael bought Jericho Mini Storage from Fred and Deborah Lawrence. Inc. of South Burlington.

The ownership of Chelsea Green Publishing Co. has been transferred to its employees. The announcement was made by Margo Baldwin, president and publisher. The transaction allows a minority portion of the company’s privately held stock to be held by Ian and Margo Baldwin, who founded the independent publishing company in 1984. The company was recently recognized by ForeWord magazine as its 2011 Publisher of the Year.

Trowel Trades Supply Inc. leased a warehouse at 374 Boyer Circle in Williston from Adams Real Properties LLC. Broker Esther Lotz made the announcement. Pictured: Lotz and Jason Adams of Adams Real Properties.

NorthCountry Federal Credit Union announced the completion of the installation of a building energy management system at its headquarters on Swift Street in South Burlington. Kilawatt Technologies developed the Web-based system, which uses individual energy management nodes to replace the older manual and programmable thermostats. The system is expected to produce a 15 percent total energy reduction, including a 50 percent reduction in natural gas consumption and a 25 percent reduction in HVAC electric load.

Sunrise Management Services leased 3,002 square feet at the new Waterfront Plaza, 180 Battery St., Burlington, from Investors Corporation of Vermont. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial assisted the landlord and tenant.

Pulmac International leased an office suite at 35 Dorset Lane, Suite 201, Williston, from Polvere Venture LLC. Broker Esther Lotz made the announcement. Present were: Lotz; Russ Barone, Polvere Venture; and Joff Cowan, Pulmac.

Poulin Auto Sales leased a 13,531-square-foot auto dealership at 1795 Shelburne Road in South Burlington from Catamount South Burlington LLC, which it opened as its second location. Doug Nedde of Redstone represented the landlord. Present were: Khristopher Poulin, Norm Poulin, Nedde, and Stephanie Nadeau of Poulin.

Stanley Steemer leased a Vermont office and warehouse at 158 Brentwood Drive, Suite 5, Colchester, from Jeffrey Jimmo. Broker Esther Lotz made the announcement. Present were: Lori Pucci, Jason Kane, and Bob Pucci of Stanley Steemer; Maya Boucher of Jeffrey Jimmo; Lotz; and Austin Cassey, Stanley Steemer.

August

The ownership of Chelsea Green Publishing Co. has been transferred to its employees. The announcement was made by Margo Baldwin, president and publisher. The transaction allows a minority portion of the company’s privately held stock to be held by Ian and Margo Baldwin, who founded the independent publishing company in 1984. The company was recently recognized by ForeWord magazine as its 2011 Publisher of the Year.

The Allen Agency of Williston and Roy Insurance Agency of Swanton announced their merger with Rutland-based Kinney Pike Insurance. As part of the merger, Kinney Pike relocated its South Burlington office to The Allen Agency building in Williston. All current Allen Agency and Roy Insurance Agency staff will continue to work for the combined entity.

Sam Ruggiano, P.E., and Lance Llewellyn, P.E., announced the merger of their firms, Ruggiano Engineering Inc. of St. Albans and Morrisville and Llewellyn-Howley Inc. of South Burlington.

NorthCountry Federal Credit Union announced the completion of the installation of a building energy management system at its headquarters on Swift Street in South Burlington. Kilawatt Technologies developed the Web-based system, which uses individual energy management nodes to replace the older manual and programmable thermostats. The system is expected to produce a 15 percent total energy reduction, including a 50 percent reduction in natural gas consumption and a 25 percent reduction in HVAC electric load.

Brenda Jones, the owner of Brenda Jones Real Estate, has merged with Keller Williams Realty Green Mountain Properties as an agent partner. The merger provides Keller Williams with an immediate presence in the Bennington County market.

Grandview Farms leased 1,050 square feet of retail space at 198 College St., Burlington. Averill Cook of V/T Commercial represented the landlord and Tony Shaw of Queen City Real Estate represented the tenant.

Simpson Cabinetry, a custom cabinet and woodworking shop in South Burlington, has been purchased by Betsy and Andy Cabrera of Richmond. Simpson will continue to offer handcrafted kitchens, baths, built-ins, and furniture, which is made from sustainably harvested wood in the company’s 5,000-square-foot workshop on Shelburne Road. The shop’s experienced staff of woodworkers will also remain. A new showroom and design studio have been built adjacent to the workshop.

Ron LaFountain and Kristie Wildes-LaFountain

Ron LaFountain and Kristie Wildes-LaFountain purchased Chase Moving and Storage from John Dupee. Chase is an Allied Van Lines agency located at 165 Shunpike Road in Williston. No changes to current staff or professional services are planned.

PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP leased 1,200 square feet of office space at One National Life Drive, Montpelier, from National Life Insurance Co. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial assisted all parties.

Offenhartz LLC bought a multi-family residential building at 210-212 St. Paul St., Burlington, from Burlington Investment Properties LLC. Jed Dousevicz of V/T Commercial represented the seller, and Hickok & Boardman Realty represented the buyer.

Revision Military of Essex Junction announced the purchase of MSA’s North American ballistic helmet business, which is located in Newport. The former MSA facility, which specializes in large-scale production of helmets for military and law enforcement, is a complement to Revision’s highly specialized polyethylene composite helmet shells and military eyewear. Sunrise Management Services leased 3,002 square feet at the new Waterfront Plaza, 180 Battery St., Burlington, from Investors Corporation of Vt. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial assisted the landlord and tenant.

Centrodyne Corp. of America leased an office and distribution center at 34 Park St., Unit 3D, in Essex Junction from McEwing Properties LLC. Broker Esther Lotz made the announcement.

Being Advanced Memory Corp. leased 4,706 square feet at 2 Wintersport Lane, Williston, from Investors Corporation of Vermont. Tony Blake of V/T Commercial assisted both parties. •

July

Eagle Network Solutions and Dedalus Wine Shop will relocate their offices and retail store to the new Waterfront Plaza building at 180 Battery St., Burlington. Tony Blake of V/T Commercial assisted the tenant and landlord, Investors Corporation of Vermont.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that JMM & Associates leased the top floor of 336 Water Tower Circle, Colchester, as its new office location. Present were Jeffrey Morin, managing partner of JMM, and Lotz.

Roland and Bexie Devost bought a 15,000-square-foot industrial building at 1 Lemnah Drive, St. Albans, from Clean Land Inc. Tony Blake of V/T Commercial assisted all parties.

Don Wells, president of D.E.W. Construction Corp. announced the company’s merger with MacMillin Co. of Keene, N.H. D.E.W.’s corporate headquarters will remain in Williston, and the MacMillin Co. will retain its Keene offices and New Hampshire corporation status, with Bill Walker, MacMillin’s longtime president, continuing as CEO.

SymQuest Group has acquired the business operations of Downeast Networks Inc. of Auburn, Maine. SymQuest provides document solutions from its Westbrook, Maine, office, and this acquisition will allow SymQuest to provide both network and document solutions throughout the state, as it does in Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire. Downeast Networks was founded by Michael Pratt, who will remain on staff along with other existing employees. Present were Pat Robins, SymQuest; Larry Sudbay, SymQuest; Pratt; and Nicole Carignan, SymQuest.

Deborah Harris, PT, RD, CLT-LANA, an owner/member of PT360 Inc. of Williston, announced the expansion and relocation of the physical therapy cooperative’s Burlington clinic to 64 Colchester Ave. Maria Thibault, PT, ATC, the executive director, manages the day-to-day operations and provides physical therapy services. She is joined by Sarah Busier, DPT, and Maghan Charland, ATC. The new quarters are in a small house with ample parking, public transportation access, private treatment rooms, and open gym space. 657-7990. www.pt360coop.com.

Vermont State College purchased two commercial properties at 5667 and 5689 Williston Road, Williston, from Mary Blanchette. Rick Harrison, J.L. Davis Realty, represented the buyer, and Matt Tedder, Pomerleau Real Estate, represented the seller.

Trumbull-Nelson Construction Co. announced the completion of work on the new Center for Legal Services for Vermont Law School at 190 Chelsea St., South Royalton. The project included complete renovation to the former Freck’s Department Store, a 117-year-old downtown landmark. The $3.5 million renovation includes 14,700 square feet and will house the environmental and natural resources law clinic, the land use clinic, and the South Royalton legal clinic. TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design was the architect.

Mammut Sports Group Inc. leased 22,580 square feet of warehouse space in Williston from 458 Hurricane Lane LLC. Steve Donahue of Donahue & Associates facilitated the lease, and Mike Simoneau of Geri Reilly Real Estate assisted the tenant.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that The Hungry Dutchman leased a restaurant and takeout and delivery location at Unit 8, 34 Park St., Essex Junction. Present were Kristofer McEwing, landlord; Lotz; Thomas Roorda, Gayle Roorda, and Timothy Roorda, The Hungry Dutchman; and Alex McEwing, landlord.

Metropolitan Insurance Co. leased a 1,650-square-foot office suite at 346 Shelburne Road, Burlington, from Hickok & Boardman Place LLC. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty represented the tenant.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Franklin American Mortgage Co. leased an office at Suite 201, 528 Essex Road, Williston. Pictured are Lotz and Liz Evans, Franklin American loan originator.

A.M. Peisch & Co. LLP leased 5,575 square feet at 401 Water Tower Circle in Colchester from Tomar Development Inc. Steve Donahue of Donahue & Associates was the listing broker.

Osaka Hana Inc., dba Hunan Japanese Restaurant, leased a 2,460-square-foot restaurant space at the Dorset Square Mall, 150 Dorset St., South Burlington, from Dorset Square Associates. Rick Harrison, J.L. Davis Realty, was the listing and leasing broker.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Beau Teal leased a location at 39 Birchcliff Parkway, Burlington, for a Crossfit health studio. Present were Lotz; Teal; Bob Denning, landlord; and Mike Simoneau of Geri Reilly Real Estate, listing broker.

Champlain College Inc. leased a 13,326-square-foot residential building at 371 Main St., Burlington, from Sig Ep Housing of Vermont Gamma LLC. Steve Donahue of Donahue & Associates negotiated the lease.

Mary A. Stanley, MD, PC, leased a 1,130-square-foot medical office at 1775 Williston Road, South Burlington, from Investors Corp. of Vermont. Rick Harrison, J.L. Davis Realty, represented the tenant, and Barb Surprenant, Investors Corp., represented the landlord.

The Meredith Corp. (Eating Well) leased 10,515 square feet at Shelburne Green Office Park, 6221 Shelburne Road, Shelburne, from Shelburne Green LLC. Mike Provost of Donahue & Associates helped negotiate the lease.

Armistead Caregiver Services leased 2,432 square feet of office space at 1 Kennedy Drive, South Burlington, from ALBEM LLP. Rick Harrison, J.L. Davis Realty, represented the landlord, and Meg McGovern, Donahue & Associates, represented the tenant.

Vertek Corp. renewed and expanded its lease of Class A office property at 356 Mountain View Drive, Colchester, from FD Stonewater. Steve Donahue of Donahue & Associates represented the owner, and Jeff Nick of J.L. Davis assisted the tenant.

C-2 Computing expanded its Colchester offices at 354 Mountain View Drive, leasing more than 4,000 square feet of additional space on the second level. Steve Donahue of Donahue & Associates represented the owner, FD Stonewater. •

June

Middlebury Interactive Languages leased warehouse space at 38 Pond Lane, Middlebury, from Geiger of Austria. Duncan S. Harris of Redstone represented the landlord.

Morway’s Moving bought a 12,000-square-foot building at 150 Krupp Drive, Williston, from Bartlett Realty LLC. Jed Dousevicz of V/T Commercial was the listing agent. Present were Dousevicz; Mat Robaitaille, KeyBank; Steve Bartlett, Bartlett Realty; Joy Middleton, buyer’s attorney; Heidi Auclair, Morway’s; and Justin Morway, Morway’s.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Democracy for America leased a 3,837-square-foot office suite at 29 Church St., Burlington, from Nick & Morrissey Development LLC. Present were Mark Lundie, Nick & Morrissey; Jeff Nick, Nick & Morrissey; Mia Moore, Democracy for America; and Lotz.

Merkel Insurance Co. is moving its South Burlington offices to 30 Kimball Ave., leased from Kimball Partners LLC. Tony Blake of V/T Commercial assisted both parties.

Vermont Information Technology Leaders leased a 4,969-square-foot office space at the Chace Mill, Suite 249, 1 Mill St., Burlington, from Catamount Holding Co. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the listing and leasing broker.

Doma Sherpa and Lakpa Lama, the owners of Sherpa Kitchen Restaurant LLC, bought the restaurant assets, leasehold improvements, and lease of Saigon Bistro Restaurant, 119 College St., Burlington, from Lana Long Hoang. When it opens, Sherpa Kitchen Restaurant will serve authentic Nepalese Cuisine. Peter Yee of Redstone represented the seller. Present were Sherpa, Lama, Hoang, and Yee.

Andrew Lee Dolan leased a small office at the Chace Mill, Suite 240, 1 Mill St., Burlington, from Catamount Holding Co. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the listing and leasing broker.

Fletcher Allen Partners, the parent organization of Fletcher Allen Health Care and Central Vermont Medical Center, announced that Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital Medical Center in Plattsburgh, N.Y., and Elizabethtown (N.Y.) Community Hospital have agreed to become part of a four-hospital, cross-lake affiliation under Fletcher Allen Partners. The letter of intent was unanimously approved by the boards of Fletcher Allen Partners and Community Providers Inc., the parent organization of the two New York facilities.

CDB Property LLC bought the 5,460-square-foot space known as the Penthouse Sutie at the Hickok & Boardman building, 346 Shelburne Road, Burlington, from Hickok & Boardman Place LLC. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the selling agent. Present were Bruce Baker, CDB Properties; Eric Farrell, seller; Beth Demas, CDB; Bradley; Judy Zullo, seller’s attorney; and Justin Bourgeois, Community National Bank.

Danforth Pewter announced it has acquired the rights to manufacture and market the products created by WT Wilson of Pawtucket, R.I. Brothers Bill and Dana Wilson are winding down the company their father founded in 1972. The announcement was made by the Wilsons jointly with Fred and Judi Danforth, co-founders of Danforth Pewter.

Bonnie Gintis and Stephen Paulus leased 1,027 square feet of office space at the Chace Mill, Suite 301, 1 Mill St., Burlington, from Catamount Holding Co. Linda I. Letourneau was the listing and leasing broker.

Medusa LLC bought a 2,600-square-foot restaurant condominium at 10 Kellogg Road in Essex Junction from The Wilson Inn Inc. Peter Yee of Redstone represented the seller. The buyers planed a late-May opening of a Turkish-style restaurant called Istanbul Kebab House. Present were buyers Jackie, Cyrus, and Vural Oktay; Kevin Shortell, buyers’ attorney; sellers Roger and Joe Villemair; and Yee.

International Transportation Services Inc. leased 4,555 square feet at 30 Kimball Ave., South Burlington, from Kimball Partners LLC. Mike Provost of Donahue & Associates helped negotiate the lease.

Teucrium Trading LLC leased 1,500 square feet of office space at the Lake & College Street Building in Burlington from Main Street Landing. Jed Dousevicz and Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial facilitated the transaction.

Thierry Writing sublet two offices from Towner Management at the Smith Building, 156 College St., Burlington. Jed Dousevicz and Averill Cook of V/T Commercial assisted both parties.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Transcend Quality Manufacturing Inc. leased a facility at 156 Acorn Lane, Suite 109, in Colchester, from Tri-D Associates FLP. Present were Larry Brand, Transcend (left), and Cedric Demerit, Tri-D.

Alliance Mechanical bought a 6,000-square-foot office and warehouse building at 6 David Drive, Essex Junction, from Torre Real Estate. Duncan Harris of Redstone represented the seller and procured the buyer. Present were Jason Patnaude, Alliance; Harris; and Shaun Patnaude, Alliance.

Mr. Crepe, a creperie based in Boston, leased 2,600 square feet at 144 Church St., Burlington, from Grandview Farms. Averill Cook of V/T Commercial assisted the landlord.

Rock Point School and the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont dedicated their joint project, the largest solar installation in the city of Burlington. The installation provides about 65 percent of the electricity used on the property that encompasses school and diocesan buildings.

Spiral International L3C leased 1,055 square feet in the Kilburn & Gates building, 7 Kilburn St., Burlington. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing agent, and Matt Tedder of Pomerleau was the leasing agent.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity leased space at 528 Essex Road, Williston, for a ReStore location. Present were David Mullin, executive director of Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity, and Lotz.

Scottrade leased 1,458 square feet at the Gateway Shopping Center on Shelburne Road, South Burlington. Matt Tedder of Pomerleau Real Estate was the leasing agent, and Jackie O’Connell of Acadia Realty was the listing agent.

The Association of Vermont Credit Unions Services Corp. leased 3,768 square feet at 401 Water Tower Circle in Colchester from Tomar Development Inc. Steve Donahue of Donahue & Associates was the listing broker and negotiated the lease.

Vermont Bicycle Tours leased 2,510 square feet at 88 Leroy Road, Williston, from O’Brien Family LLC. VBT will operate a cell center there. Bony Blake of V/T Commercial represented the tenant.

May

Bill Orleans, the owner of PP&D Brochure Distribution, announced that his company has acquired Kingdom Brochure Distribution. The acquisition gives PP&D exclusive brochure distribution on all of the Lake Champlain ferries.

Steve Birge and Mark Curran announced that their company, Black River Produce, bought the former Ben & Jerry’s manufacturing plant in the North Springfield Industrial Park. The intent is to develop the formerly town-owned facility into a centralized meat processing facility, with space available for small-food-business production. The facility’s increased refrigeration and frozen storage will allow Black River to expand its local product lines and provide large-scale refrigerated storage for local producers.

The United Church of Vermont sold its property at 56 Main St. in Essex Junction to John Stawinski. Broker Esther Lotz represented the church, and Nicole Senecal of Omega Real Estate Associates Inc. was the co-exclusive listing broker.

Beth Marr and Gary Smith bought Almost Home Market in Bristol. Both have worked in hospitality for more than 20 years — Marr as wedding and events coordinator at Basin Harbor Club and Smith as a sales representative for Sysco Food Service. Pictured, from left: Gary Smith, Lori Smith, Marr, and Van Powell.

Crowsnest Sailing Solutions LLC of Hinesburg announced the acquisition of Whistling Man Schooner Co. The transaction was managed by Kim Wichert of Country Business Inc. Whistling Man will continue to operate on the Burlington waterfront.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Creative Woodworks LLC leased a manufacturing facility at 20A Morse Drive in Essex from Bradford A. Morse. Pictured, from left: John Charland, owner of Creative Woodworks; Morse; and Lotz.

Michael and Jodie Casarico, co-founders of Burlington Laboratories on Pearl Street, announced the company’s acquisition of JDN Sigma Laboratories of Framingham, Mass. The acquisition will provide Burlington Lab’s Massachusetts customers access to drug testing, customized panels, and same-day results. The Massachusetts lab will continue to operate as JDN Sigma.

Norandex Building Materials Distribution Inc. renewed its lease on 18,000 square feet at 78 Adams Drive, Williston, from Adams Real Properties LLC. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial represented the tenant. Pictured, from left: Jeff Filardi, Norandex; Jason Adams, Adams Real Properties; and Kiendl.

Tony O’Rourke and Jeff Piche, the owners of IVI Properties LLC, bought a 9,276-square-foot commercial building on 2.3 acres at 120 Catamount Drive in Catamount Industrial Park in Milton from Rock Dunder LLC. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone and Mark Brooks of Allen & Brooks represented the seller. IVI Properties will use the building for its business, Independent Vending Inc. Pictured, from left: Letourneau, Brooks, O’Rourke, and Piche.

Williston Road Family Dental PLC acquired the dental practice of dentist Michael Ziegler in South Burlington. Dentist Aerwen Stagers has assumed clinical care, and the office will expand hours and accept new patients. The sale was brokered by Lynne Silva of The Silva Group.

Stantec Consulting Services Inc. renewed its lease for 16,500 square feet at 55 Green Mountain Drive, South Burlington, from Pizzagalli Properties LLC. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial represented Stantec. Pictured, from left: Gray Santy of Stantec, Kiendl, Greg Edwards of Stantec, and Jack Meyers of Stantec.

The accounting firm of JMM & Associates will relocate its offices to newly leased space at 336 Water Tower Circle, Colchester. Broker Esther Lotz represented the tenant, and Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial represented the landlord, Coburn Partnership LLP.

152 Riverside Ave LLC exercised a purchase option on the property it leased from LeBlanc Leasing several years ago, when it bought E&E Tire. Peter Yee of Redstone represented the seller. Pictured, from left: Yee; Art LeBlanc, seller; Dennis Raymond, buyer; and Al LeBlanc, seller.

Poulos Insurance Company will relocate its South Burlington office to newly leased space in the Gateway Building, 553 Roosevelt Highway, Colchester. Tony Blake of V/T Commercial and Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate assisted all parties. •

April

Repro Digital bought Hard Copy, a Burlington provider of printed materials such as copies, manuals, posters, and business cards. Hard Copy’s personnel and assets will be relocated to Repro’s location at 450 Weaver St., Winooski.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Perdue Agricultural Commodities Marketing Association Inc. leased offices at Suite 3, 8 Essex Way, in Essex from Summerville LLC. The listing agent was Nicole Senecal of Omega Real Estate Associates. Pictured, from left: Senecal; John Summerville, DMD, the landlord; Andy Clark of Perdue; and Lotz.

Mika Barker-Hart bought Unit 4 of the Star Mill building at 5 Park St., Middlebury, from Ann Harvey. Duncan S. Harris of Redstone represented the seller and procured the buyer. Pictured, from left: Harris; Barker-Hart; Karl Neuse, seller’s attorney; and Chris Lapierre, National Bank of Middlebury.

Jim Fogler, publisher of FreePressMedia, announced a $2.4 million rebuild of its 45-year-old Burlington printing press in preparation for a new format for its printed edition and a new, content-based subscription plan. The press upgrade will allow color photos and advertisements on every printed page.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Jason Russell of VEMS (Versatile Engine Management Systems) leased a testing facility at Unit 1, 150 Brentwood Drive, Colchester, from Jeffrey Jimmo. Pictured, from left: Lotz; Jason Russell of VEMS; Maya Boucher, landlord’s property manager; and Jimmo.

James and Brenna Brochhausen, the owners Brook Field Service, a residential and commercial generator sales and service company in Northfield, announced the acquisition of Generator Maintenance Systems of Mount Holly. The purchase will broaden the types of generator the company sells and maintains and expand the customer base.

Butson Hotel Group leased office space at 21 Carmichael St., in the Town Meadow building in Essex. Jed Dousevicz of V/T Commercial assisted both parties.

Larry Sudbay, president and chief executive officer of SymQuest Group, announced the company’s move to a larger location in Rutland. The 4,000-square-foot space at Suite One, 190 Main St. is more than three times as large as the former location. The new offices are home to the sales staff of Ken Godzik, Justin Sheehy, and Bill Crossmon and service technicians Bill Littler, Harry Coulter, and Mike Powloka.

Bond Auto Parts bought a building at 1800 Shelburne Road, South Burlington, from David Lash. The Bonds will do a substantial remodeling, adding a store, warehouse, and offices. Brad Worthen and Jed Dousevicz of V/T Commercial brokered the deal. Pictured, from left: Worthen, Lash, Craig Bond, and Dousevicz.

CHA Co. sublet space from Retrovest Associates at 71 South Winooski Ave., Burlington. Ave Cook of V/T Commercial represented the tenant, and Jed Dousevicz of V/T Commercial represented the landlord.

Martin’s Point Health Care leased space at 905 Roosevelt Plaza, Colchester, from Farrell Real Estate. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial assisted both parties. •

March

Jeff Myers, president of Myers Container Service Corp. of Winooski, announced that the company has purchased Greg’s Trucking of Colchester.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Coaching Center of Vermont leased an office suite at 76 Pearl St., Suite 204, in Essex Junction. The landlord is SMS Management. Present were Steve Schonberg, SMS Management, and Liz Dallas, Coaching Center of Vermont, and Lotz.

Louise Harrison, the broker/owner of Louise Harrison Real Estate in Mendon, announced that her company has merged with Stowe Realty and the BCK Real Estate family of companies. The office will remain at 1360 U.S. Route 4, allowing BCK nine real estate office locations throughout central and northern Vermont. John Biondolillo is president and CEO of BCK Real Estate, and Marcia Biondolillo is CFO.

Hair stylist Nicole Begnoche (left), the owner of NAB Investments LLC, announced the purchase of Flippin’ Clips, a full-service hair salon at 39 River Road, Essex Junction. Hailey Mooney, the former owner, will remain on staff. Services will expand to include foil and cap highlights, manicures and pedicures, facial waxing, and feather and tinsel extensions.

Fletcher Allen Health Care leased 7,000 square feet at 128 Lakeside Ave., Burlington, from The Innovation Center of Vermont. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing agent, and Tim Burke of White + Burke Real Estate Investment Advisors was the leasing agent.

Two Cedars LLC bought a 14,800-square-foot commercial building at 688 Pine St., Burlington, from CAM 1 LLC. The building will be redeveloped into office and retail space. Tony Shaw of Queen City Real Estate represented Two Cedars. Present were Shaw and Russ Scully of Two Cedars.

Summit Engineering Inc. leased 1,790 square feet at Unit C-4 Lakewood Commons, 1233 Shelburne Road in South Burlington. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing agent, and Warren Palm of Century 21 Jack Associates was the leasing agent.
Maple Lee LLC
bought a five-unit, mixed-used building at 131-135 Maple St., Burlington, from Transworld Properties Inc. Peter Yee of Redstone represented the seller. Present were Yee; Jie Zhu of Maple Lee; and Dan Werme, Merchants Bank.

Jeremy M. Matosky, P.E., president of Trudell Consulting Engineers (TCE), announced that TCE has acquired the Winooski civil engineering firm Engineered Solutions Inc. (ESI). All current employees of ESI have joined TCE, including its founder, Jeffrey A. Padgett, P.E., who will serve as vice president of customer relations. John Pitrowiski, P.E., will continue as TCE’s vice president of sales.

The University of Vermont bought a 10,500-square-foot building at 23 Mansfield Ave., Burlington, from Planned Parenthood of Northern New England. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing agent, and John Rao of Pomerleau was the selling agent.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Green Mountain Strength & Conditioning, dba Champlain Valley Crossfit, leased a new 9,000-square-foot facility at 1191 South Brownell Road in Williston from LNP Inc. Nicole Senecal of Omega Real Estate Associates was the listing agent. Present were Senecal, Jade Jenny of Crossfit, and Lotz.

10 Executive Drive LLC bought a 2.06-acre parcel of land in Shelburne. Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the selling agent, and Nicole Senecal of Omega Real Estate Associates was the listing agent.

Tom and Erica Reeves, the owners of Regal Gymnastics, bought Lot 2 on Corporate Drive, Essex Junction, from Charmed Life LLC. Duncan S. Harris of Redstone represented the seller, and Dave Kelly of Highpoint Realty represented the buyers. Present were Eli Moulton, seller’s attorney; Harris; Tom Reeves; Erica Reeves; Norm Smith, the buyers’ attorney; and Kelly.

Glenn Walter, the owner of Three Needs Brewery and Tap Room, bought the 8,895-square-foot restaurant building at 181-185 Pearl St., Burlington, that formerly housed Purima. Yves Bradley and John Rao of Pomerleau Real Estate were the listing and selling agents.
Champlain Housing Trust
bought adjacent properties at 35, 39, and 47 Bright St., Burlington, from Karen Solomon Trustee and Howard Solomon Trustee. Peter Yee of Redstone represented the sellers. Present were Yee; Karen Solomon; and Amy Demetrowitz, Champlain Housing Trust.

Dunkin’ Donuts leased 1,840 square feet at 1335 Shelburne Road in South Burlington. Matt Tedder of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing agent, and Peter Yee of Redstone was the leasing agent. •

February

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England Inc. leased a 2,100-square-foot medical office space at 75 Talcott Road, Williston, from ALBEM LLP. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the listing broker, and Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the leasing broker.

The Northeast Kingdom Chamber of Commerce signed a long-term lease to move its office into the Green Mountain Mall in St. Johnsbury Center, directly across from the entrance to JC Penney. According to Darcie McCann, executive director of the Chamber, construction has begun. The new space will include a computer resource center for businesses, sponsored by the Vermont Department of Labor, St. Johnsbury Academy’s continuing education program, and the Chamber. Pictured at the new space is Barbara Olden, past president of the Chamber.

Vtrim, an online weight-loss program, leased 2,200 square feet of office space in Middlebury from Foster Real Estate Development. Duncan Harris of Redstone represented the landlord and procured the tenant.

The Stern Center for Language & Learning bought a 3,900-square-foot condominium at 183 Talcott Road, Williston, from John Hausner and Norma Marcellino. The Stern Center also bought a 12,000-square-foot office condominium at the same address from Planned Parenthood of Northern New England. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty represented the Stern Center, and Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate, represented the sellers.

The state of Vermont leased 40,865 square feet of office space at the Champlain Valley Technology & Innovation Park, Building 967, 100 River Road, Essex Junction, from IBM Corp. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the listing and leasing broker.

The American Red Cross of Vermont and New Hampshire Valley leased a 3,200-square-foot unit at 195 Flynn Ave. in Burlington from Chittenden Solid Waste District. Duncan Harris of Redstone represented the landlord and procured the tenant.

Julbo USA Inc. leased 6,200 square feet of warehouse and office space at 296 Avenue D, Williston, from R.E.M. Development Co. LLC. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the leasing broker, and Stephanie Miller Reiskin of R.E.M. represented the landlord.

A 7,661-square-foot office space at White Cap Business Park, 426 Industrial Ave., Williston, was leased by ipCapital Group. The landlord is White Cap Ventures LLC. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the leasing broker, and Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing broker.

Combat Fitness MMA leased a 5,000-square-foot unit from Hillside Properties at 276 East Allen St., Winooski. Duncan Harris of Redstone assisted both parties.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Quality Metal Products leased a manufacturing at 156 Brentwood Drive, Unit 2, Colchester, from Jeffrey Jimmo. Pictured: Lotz and Ken Mahl of Quality Metal products.

Bill Orleans, president of PP&D Brochure Distribution, announced the acquisition of Kingdom Brochure Distribution in the St. Johnsbury, Newport, and Jay regions of Vermont. Raymond Menard has owned and operated Kingdom Brochure Distribution, founded in 1994, for 10 years. The company’s 40-plus locations will be added to PP&D routes.

The Addison Independent has acquired the Mountain Times, the Killington weekly formerly owned and published by Royal Barnard. Angelo Lynn, publisher of the Independent, made the announcement. The Times’ circulation area is the southernmost of the group of western Vermont newspapers owned by Lynn and his brother, Emerson Lynn. Polly Lynn, Angelo’s daughter, is publisher of the Mountain Times.

James Edward Co. LLC bought a 32,000-square-foot facility at 716 Pine St., Burlington, from Burlington R. Associates LLC. The buyer will renovate it to be used for manufacturing by Lake Champlain Chocolates. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the listing broker, and Doug Nedde of Redstone participated. The purchase was funded by TDBank and Vermont Economic Development Authority.

Independent Tax Services Inc. leased a 731-square-foot office space at the Chace Mill, Suite 140, 1 Mill St., Burlington, from Catamount Holding Co. Jade Mountain Wellness leased 984 square feet at Suite 302, and Creative Women LLC leased 856 square feet in suites 318, 322, and 314. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the listing and leasing broker representing the owner on all three transactions.

Dorset Development LLC bought the original Sirloin Saloon Restaurant in Manchester Center from DWH II LLC. The iconic 8,800-square-foot facility, opened by Tony Perry in 1963, operated continuously for nearly 50 years. Bill Kiendl and Tony Blake of V/T Commercial represented the seller, and Bob Stannard of Phoenix Commercial represented the buyer.

Retro Motion Media leased a 1,200-square-foot office unit at 312 Commerce St., Williston, from Commerce Commercial LLC. Duncan S. Harris of Redstone represented the landlord and procured the tenant.

Commerce Commercial LLC leased a 1,200 square-foot warehouse space at 338 Commerce St., Williston, to Chagnon Interior Contracting and a 1,200 square-foot warehouse space to Champlain Valley Hardscapes. Duncan S. Harris of Redstone represented the landlord, and broker Esther Lotz procured both tenants.

The law firm of Carroll & Scribner leased 3,574 square feet of office space on the third floor of 131 Church St., Burlington, from 131 Church Street LLC. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial represented the tenant, and Steve Donahue of Donahue & Associates represented the landlord.

A&S Brewing Collaborative leased office space in the historic Stone Store building at 209 Battery St., Burlington, from Stone Store Holdings LLP. Bill Kiendl and Tony Blake of V/T Commercial assisted the landlord, and Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate assisted the tenant.

Vermont Pathways to Housing Vermont leased a 952-square-foot office suite at Lakewood Commons, 1244 Shelburne Road, South Burlington, from Green & Coil LLC. Tony Blake of V/T Commercial assisted both parties.

Transcend Manufacturing leased 4,500 square feet at 156 Acorn Lane, Colchester, from Catamount East Development Co. Jed Dousevicz of V/T Commercial and broker Esther Lotz assisted both parties.

Great Northern Stereo leased space at Shelburne Plaza at IDX Drive in South Burlington to house its administrative offices. Tony Blake of V/T Commercial represented the tenant, and Mike Provost of Donahue & Associates represented the landlord.

Waterbury Grocery LLC executed a lease to operate the 20,850-square-foot supermarket in the Waterbury Shopping Center. Bradford Worthen of V/T Commercial represented the tenant, and Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate represented the landlord, Pomerleau Properties Inc.

Saratoga Olive Oil of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., leased retail space at 86 Church St., Burlington, as a second location for its selection of olive oils and accessories. Averill Cook of V/T Commercial represented the landlord, Grandview Farms, and Tom Raub of Hickok & Boardman Commercial Realty represented the tenant. •

January

Aon Services Corp. leased 11,925 square feet of office space at 76 St. Paul St., Burlington, from Milot Properties. Aon also leased 4,200 square feet at 86 St. Paul St., from Misty Meadows Farms Inc. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial represented Aon in both transactions.

MAXIMUM Inc. leased 8,436 square feet of office space on the third floor of 101 Cherry St., Burlington, from General Growth Properties. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial assisted the landlord and the tenant.

The law firm of Carroll & Scribner PC leased 3,200 square feet of office space on the top floor of 131 Church St., Burlington. Bill Kiendl of V/T Commercial represented the tenants, and Steve Donahue of Donahue & Associates represented the landlord, 131 Church Street LLC.

Beth Anne McFadden, the owner of McFadden Academy of Irish Dance, leased a 2,110-square-foot dance studio at 1193 South Brownell Road, Williston, from Larry Williams Sr. and the Berta Williams Trust. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the listing broker. McFadden was represented by John Shannon of Wynne Associates Inc.

Broker Esther Lotz announced that Josh Hamel of Smart Fuel LLC leased a warehouse at 60 Gonyea Road, Suite 103, Milton, from JBS Industrial Park LLC.

The Radiology Society of North America leased 1,197 square feet of office space at The Maltex Building, 431 Pine St., Burlington, from The Maltex Partnership. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone and Yves Bradley of Pomerleau Real Estate were the leasing brokers, and the tenant was represented by Tony Blake of V/T Commercial.

Estelle LeClair, the owner of Essex Physical Therapy, announced the expansion of her business to accommodate a state-of-the-art pool facility using water resistance in multiple treatment stations. It is the first pool of its kind in the country. The project added 2,100 square feet to the facility, built by Dousevicz Construction; inside fit-up was done by LeClair Handyman Services, owned by LeClair’s husband.

Carol Kiewit Leinwohl leased a 736-square-foot office space at The Chace Mill, Suite 236, 1 Mill St., Burlington, from Catamount Holding Co. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the listing and leasing broker.

Marketing Partners leased 2,340 square feet of office space on the waterfront at 174-176 Battery St., Burlington, from Stern Properties. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the listing and leasing broker.

Peter Hans

Peter Hans, president of Resort Maps Franchise Inc. of Waitsfield, announced the acquisition of Discovery Map International of La Conner, Wash. Both companies have published visitor maps of popular destinations for more than 25 years. The combined company will have 90 independent owners in 150 markets in 33 states and four countries. Victoria Starr, the owner of Discovery Map International, will remain involved in the new company, which will maintain offices on both coasts, with headquarters in Waitsfield.

Microcosm leased 1,800 square feet of office space at 140 Webster Road, Shelburne, from Larry Williams Sr. Property Management. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the listing and leasing broker. Peter Kidd leased 1,625 square feet of warehouse space at the same address. Letourneau was the listing broker.

Miller Realty Group LLP purchased 20 acres of land at the Catamount Industrial Park in Milton from the Greater Burlington Industrial Corp. The site will become the location of a 126,000-square-foot distribution center for Gardener’s Supply Co. Pictured are Brad Worthen (left), who represented Miller Realty; Stephanie Miller Reiskin of Miller Realty; and Frank Cioffi and Seth Bowden, GBIC.

Silverlake Wealth Management bought a 3,624-square-foot commercial office condominium at the Allen Brook Building, 33 Blair Park, Williston. Tony Blake of V/T Commercial represented the seller, and Duncan Harris of Redstone represented the buyer. Pictured, from left, are Joel Dube, Northfield Savings Bank; Rick Briand, Silverlake; Harris; Bob Eddy, Silverlake; and Blake.

Vermont Naturopathic Clinic PLC leased a 1,788-square-foot medical office space at 41 IDX Drive, Suite 220, South Burlington, from Plaza Investments. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the leasing broker, and Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the listing broker.

Wild Clover Photography leased 650 square feet of studio space at 200 Main St., Burlington, from Constantine Poulos. Linda I. Letourneau of Redstone was the listing and leasing broker.

Patterson Fuels of Richmond bought LaCross Fuels Inc. of Burlington. The transaction was managed by John Stimets of Country Business Inc.

Heritage Automotive Sales Inc. leased a 2,500-square-foot industrial space at 41 Commerce Ave., South Burlington, from Joe Eddy Holdings LLC. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the listing and leasing broker.

International Health Consulting Inc. leased a 1,410-square-foot commercial space at Shelburne Square, 41 IDX Drive, South Burlington, from Plaza Investments. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the listing and leasing broker.

Full Spectrum Health Care Co. leased a 1,102-square-foot medical office space at 1 Kennedy Drive, South Burlington, from ALBEM LLP. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the listing and leasing broker.

Attorney Nanci A. Smith leased 1,000 square feet of office space at 28 Day Lane, Williston, from Mansfield Investments LP. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the listing and leasing broker.

New England Medical Systems Co. leased 4,000 square feet of office and warehouse space at 589 Avenue D, Williston, from R.E.M. Development Co. LLC. Rick Harrison of J.L. Davis Realty was the leasing broker, and Stephanie Miller Reiskin of R.E.M. represented the landlord. •