Centex to develop homes at The Reserve at Crossing Creek in Bradenton

December 11, 2012 

Centex to develop homes at The Reserve

BRADENTON -- Centex has started developing 85 single-family home sites at The Reserve at Crossing Creek at 44th Avenue East and 69th Street in Bradenton.

Scott Mairn, vice president of sales and marketing for the company, said new one and two story single-family homes at The Reserve Crossing Creek will be priced from the low $200s.

A model park with two model homes and a sales center are scheduled to start construction early next year, he said.

Winn-Dixie launches hunger relief program

TAMPA -- Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. has launched the Winn-Dixie Hunger Relief program during the holiday season.

From now until Dec. 24, Winn-Dixie is asking itscustomers to donate any amount they choose using tear pads/scan sheets at store registers or purchase specially marked Winn-Dixie brand products, including water, coffee, diapers and condiments, whose manufacturers have donated to the program.

Donations go directly to local Feeding America-affiliated food banks, including Feeding America Tampa Bay.

Feeding America Tampa Bay is projected to distribute more than 35 million pounds of food this year.

Winn-Dixie and Feeding America Tampa Bay are also asking customers to further the cause by helping spread the word through social media.

Twitter users are encouraged to follow

29th Avenue East industrial building sold

BRADENTON -- GST Exempt Martial Trust has sold a 9,260-square-foot industrial building at 3004 29th Ave. E. to Andres Thomas, Inc.

Roberta Kolton, of the commercial division of Michael Saunders & Co., represented the seller. Leslie Wells, of Leslie Wells Realty Inc., represented the buyer.

Office buildingsold for $220,000

SARASOTA -- David and Joy Bailey have sold a 1,920-square-foot office building at 2929 Sterling Lane, Sarasota, to Kevin Hohnwald. Sale price was $220,000. Massey & Lancaster of the commercial division of Michael Saunders & Co. facilitated the transaction.

-- Herald staff reports

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