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Triangle Business Journal Nicole Goolsby, VP of the Andrew Roby
Construction leader
20-year Charlotte industry veteran
to head Triangle operations
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Looking ahead
Companies to Watch in 2016
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Whole Foods center
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The grocery store will anchor the
new Alston Town Center located in
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The Triangle’s 2015
grocery store boom
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A roundup of major grocery stores
that opened, began construction or
announced locations during the past
year. amanda hoyle, 10
U.S. attorney heads
to private practice
Thomas Walker, who has prosecuted
cases in the Eastern District of North
Carolina since 2011, will step down
Jan. 7. lauren ohnesorge, 11
2016 wish list: More
company HQs
The Triangle lost three major
companies to exits in 2015. What
is being done to build our stock of
corporate headquarters? viewpoint, 23
triangle’s top financial planners
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december 4, 2015 glance
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logistics of shooting the show? I think I
was most surprised by their wonderful
and constant attention to detail. In
television news we are moving at the
speed of light, producing a segment
that will air in two or three hours. They
were meticulous about lighting, sound
and keeping things consistent. I think
I was also surprised by how much they
really wanted us to be surprised. When
we walked into a room on the show our
reactions were real; it was literally the
first time we were seeing everything.
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done many interviews for true crime
magazine programs, so I had some
experience being the focus of a story
rather than the reporter. But this was
different because the topic was literally
my life, my home, my family. I really
had to allow myself to let go and not be
so guarded ... Once I got the hang of it,
I found it to be very freeing and fun just
to be myself and not to be the serious
reporter everyone is used to seeing on
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us for the first time in 20 years ... I got
my first walk-in closet in my adult life
which was a dream for me as someone
who is a stickler for organization.
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more dramatic. They added about
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chatted with Biz about
her appearance with
her husband, Reginald
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List It,” which has been filming its
12th season in the Triangle. The show’s
premise is that designer Hilary Farr
tries to convince the couple to stay by
remodeling the home, while realtor
David Visentin tries to find them a
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Biz recently caught up with the owners
of the new Sassool Mediterranean cafe
in Cary.
Owners Lisa and Mounir Saleh, and
their two oldest daughters, Noelle and
Simone, opened the new cafe Dec. 10
in the Shoppes at Kildaire. How did they
choose the new site?
“We wanted to locate in the general
area surrounding WakeMed Cary Hospital,
Whole Foods, and Trader Joe’s because
it has the combination of residences
and businesses that fits the profile of our
customer,” says Mounir Saleh.
Sassool in north Raleigh was originally
called Neomonde, like the flagship
restaurant on Beryl Road in Raleigh, but
the family changed the name last year to
honor the owners’ mother.
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Denise Belle of Knightdale was
honored for her volunteerism.
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national MS society
Denise Belle of Knightdale was
inducted into the National Multiple
Sclerosis Society’s Volunteer Hall of
Fame.
Belle began volunteering for
the society in 2002, serving on the
planning committee for the chapter’s
first African-American Conference.
A public health expert herself, Belle
especially focused on connecting
resources to underserved populations.
“We are so grateful for the
unswerving commitment shown by
our volunteers to our universal vision
of ending MS forever,” said Cyndi
Zagieboylo, president and CEO of the
National MS Society.
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Advance Auto Parts mitigates challenges of growth
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Name: Advance Auto Parts
Description: Automotive parts
retailer (acquired General Parts
International of Raleigh in 2013)
Location: Dual headquarters in
Roanoke, Virginia, and Raleigh
CEO: George Sherman (interim)
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Advance Auto Parts in Raleigh is still figuring out logistics of its General Parts acquisition.
of President George Sherman who will
add the role of interim CEO, and a shift
in the makeup of the board of directors
per Starboard’s recommendations. Starboard acquired a 3.7 percent stake in the
company in late September.
In the weeks since the shakeup, Advance Auto Parts has also been
rumored to be for sale, with at least one
potential buyer coming forward with an
offer as high as $200 per share. Advance
Auto has been trading in the $140 to $160
per share price range in recent months.
But as of Dec. 21, the company had not
acknowledged any potential offers and
would not comment on the topic.
Any major change in ownership or
corporate structure at Advance Auto
Parts in 2016 could have ramifications
for Raleigh and the Triangle.
O. Temple Sloan III, son of General
Parts founder and Raleigh philanthropist O. Temple Sloan Jr., who helped
negotiate the sale in 2014, relinquished
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Raleigh for $2 billion, much of the company’s attention has been focused on the
integration of the two retailers.
It’s been no small challenge, considering the company is now the largest retailer of automotive replacement
parts with a combined 5,240 store locations and 74,000 employees, including
about 1,400 employees at its headquarters in Roanoke, Virginia, and another
600 at the former GPI corporate campus in Raleigh.
But it’s still been too little, too late for
some Advance Auto stockholders who
say the company’s revenue and profits
aren’t keeping up with competition like
O’Reilly Automotive and AutoZone.
A third competitor, Pep Boys, is
in a similar predicament as Advance
Auto and is currently in a bidding battle between tiremaker Bridgestone and
activist investor Carl Icahn, who both
want to buy the company.
While it hasn’t gone that far at
Advance Auto, one shareholder group,
led by activist investor Jeff Smith and
Starboard Value LP, has initiated a takeover of the company’s board of directors.
The move has led to the ouster of CEO
Darren Jackson, who will retire from
the company on Jan. 2, the promotion
his role as president of General Parts one
year after the company’s acquisition date
but remains an active member of the
Advance Auto board of directors.
Sherman, the company’s president,
and CFO Mike Norana have been based
at Advance Auto’s campus in Raleigh and
both own residences in Raleigh’s high-end
Devon neighborhood. Executive vice president Charles Tyson is also based in Raleigh.
Sherman, a former executive with
Target, The Home Depot and Best Buy,
is said to be in the running for the fulltime CEO position at Advance Auto, but
the company’s executive search firm says
it’s considering a number of internal and
external candidates.
If Advance Auto is acquired by another company, like Missouri-based O’Reilly
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Location: Headquarters in Boston,
Massachusetts; regional office in Durham
Top executive: Robert Green,
chairman and partner
Triangle site lead: Jessica Brock,
managing partner of Durham office
Employees: Six in Durham
Street and Durham Central Park.
The two new buildings at Durham.ID,
each with 150,000 square feet of office
and research space, represent another
$100 million investment by Longfellow.
In each of Longfellow’s previous
real estate investments in the Triangle,
though, the company had a cushion of
rent-paying tenants. The new building
project does not yet have any pre-lease
commitments.
That still isn’t deterring Longfellow
Managing Partner Adam Sichol, who’s
been racking up the frequent flyer miles
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Adam Sichol and Jessica Brock, both of
Longfellow Real Estate Partners.
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between Boston and Durham the last few
years. “We feel like the market is ripe,” he
says. “We’re already talking to a few tenants talking about taking fairly sizable
chunks of space when the buildings open.”
The project is not unlike what was
envisioned in the late 1990s in Boston when the founders of another real
estate development firm called Lyme
Properties bought a piece of land near
the campus of MIT. That project evolved
to become part of Kendall Square, one
of the highest concentrations of corporate life sciences research in the country.
After Lyme sold its entire portfolio of
properties in Boston and Kendall Square
for $1.5 billion to California-based BioMed
Realty Trust in 2007, it was four of its former employees, including Lyme’s COO
Bob Green, that founded Longfellow Real
Estate Partners a year later.
While Durham.ID may not be the
next Kendall Square, it does have a lot
of the same ingredients with proximity
to Duke University’s research programs
and a cluster of growing technology and
life sciences firms in the region.
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n the four years since the then-relatively unknown Longfellow Real
Estate Partners purchased its first
building in downtown Durham, the
Boston-based development group has
amassed a portfolio of 19 lab-oriented
office buildings in Durham and near
Research Triangle Park.
It’s helped companies like Novan
Therapeutics, Aerie Pharmaceuticals
and research groups from Duke University expand their operations. Longfellow’s aggressive investments in Triangle
buildings have so far topped more than
$260 million, making it one of the largest real estate firms in the region focused
on life sciences companies.
But in 2016, Longfellow will break
ground on its first one (or two) groundup office buildings in the region with
the expansion of its Durham Innovation
District initiative, or Durham.ID, that’s
been brewing over the past two years in
downtown Durham.
The whole Durham.ID project is envisioned as an urban, mixed-use development that incorporates about 1.7 million square feet of both existing and new
buildings in a 15-acre area between Duke
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companies to watch
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Cash buildup gives Biogen flexibility for acquisitions
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Name: Biogen
Description: Large-cap
biotechnology company
Location: Worldwide headquarters
in Cambridge, Massachusetts; Major
production operations in Research
Triangle Park
CEO: George Scangos
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Joydeep Ganguly is Biogen’s highest-ranking official at Research Triangle Park.
of the total – including 130 jobs in RTP.
Biogen reported third-quarter revenues of $2.8 billion, beating most analyst estimates. It also upped its revenue
expectations for the full year to reflect
anticipated revenue growth of up to 9
percent, an improvement after it drastically reduced guidance in the second
quarter.
The layoffs overshadowed a detail in
the quarterly results that showed Bio-
gen had $4.1 billion in cash, more than
triple its bankroll just three months
earlier. With that much cash, and a
pharmaceutical and biotech world that
is quickly consolidating, investors will
want to know if Biogen will look for an
acquisition in 2016, especially considering that its current pipeline of drugs
probably won’t bring in significant revenue growth for a few years.
Biogen CEO George Scangos has so
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role in the success of drug maker
Biogen.
Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts,
Biogen operates two major manufacturing facilities in Research Triangle
Park. In the summer, Biogen acquired
the manufacturing plant operated by
Japanese pharmaceutical company
Eisai – an important move, because it
gave Biogen capability to manufacture
parenteral products, meaning drugs
that are injected, a capability Biogen
did not have in RTP.
Already, Biogen leans heavily on RTP
operations for production, something
that will only increase in 2016 with the
expanded capabilities.
In terms of local leadership, 2016
will be the first full year for Joydeep
Ganguly, who took over as the highestranking Biogen official in RTP. Since
2013, Ganguly led the team that started Biogen’s Oral Solid Dose manufacturing operations. He joined the company in 2006 after engineering roles at
what is now Grifols in Clayton.
This upcoming year will also be one
in which Biogen looks to rebound from
layoffs.
As part of its third-quarter results,
the company announced a workforce
reduction of 800 employees – 11 percent
far played his cards close to the vest.
“We are constantly looking for interesting opportunities that are consistent
with our strategy, that are in our areas
of expertise,” he said in November. “It is
a question of value, of what you get for
what you pay, and we have been financially disciplined in the past.”
As far as the stock price goes, investors might hope for a little more predictability. Through 2015, Biogen investors were caught up in the larger biotech
bubble and selloff. Biogen shares soared
as high as $480 in March, but fell sharply twice to trade in the $280 range during the fall and early winter. The Nasdaq biotechnology index experienced a
big swing as well, though not as drastic
as for Biogen individually.
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Name: GlaxoSmithKline
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earnings in October. “The benefits of the
recent three-part transaction are becoming evident in our sales and earnings performance and we have made good progress on our restructuring and integration
programs during the quarter.
Although GSK cut back R&D operations in RTP, it is still one of the leading
research companies in Big Pharma.
Officials have said the company
expects to seek regulatory approval for
20 new medicines and vaccines by 2020
and has a pipeline of 40 potential products in its six core areas.
“The level of innovation in this portfolio is substantial,” Witty said at an investor meeting in November. “We believe
this is critical in today’s operating environment as payors look to balance pressures of pricing and demand. It also
provides us with confidence that this
portfolio can generate significant value
for shareholders and deliver widespread
benefits to patients and consumers.”
Witty was able to position the company on the same side as patients in a growing debate over increasing drug prices in
the United States. He called the move by
Turing Pharmaceuticals to skyrocket the
price of Daraprim to $750 per pill “dis-
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limbing out of a year in which
it cut hundreds of jobs, GlaxoSmithKline looks to 2016 as the
first year of a changed company.
In late 2014, GSK disclosed it would pare
back the research and development operations in Research Triangle Park, a move
that affected hundreds of workers. Layoffs
took place in stages throughout 2015.
In 2016, however, the company will
work to integrate the assets acquired
through a swap with Novartis, in which
GSK acquired Novartis’ global vaccines
business, excluding its influenza vaccines. The company also created a consumer health care joint venture, for
which GSK will have majority control
and an equity interest of 63.5 percent,
and sold its oncology business to Novartis for $16 billion. The multi-billion dollar deal also involved Eli Lilly.
GSK has a presence in more than
150 markets, with revenues split across
pharmaceuticals (59 percent), consumer health care (25 percent) and vaccines
(16 percent).
“This quarter’s performance reflects
continued execution of our strategy,”
GSK’s CEO Andrew Witty said when
the company announced third-quarter
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Description: Large-cap
pharmaceutical company
Location: Worldwide headquarters
in London; U.S. headquarters in
Research Triangle Park
CEO: Andrew Witty
Triangle site lead: Jack Bailey,
president of U.S. pharmaceuticals
Employees: 4,000 in N.C.
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Jack Bailey is president of
GlaxoSmithKline’s U.S. division.
turbing” at the Forbes Healthcare Summit in December. Turing’s CEO Martin Shkreli has been criticized by many
CEOs in the pharmaceutical industry.
On Dec. 17, Shkreli was arrested by FBI
agents for securities fraud.
GSK is pursuing a strategy away from
high-priced drugs toward those that cost
less and are useful to many more people.
Jack Bailey, the president of GSK’s
U.S. arm, said this was the driving force
behind the asset swap with Novartis.
“Rather than launching high-priced
products where you end up in this constant pricing battle, instead we want to
be in areas – like asthma like vaccines –
where you have a lot of tailwinds,” Bailey
said. “You look at the aging population;
there are 150 million babies born every
year; they need to be vaccinated ... Vaccines are typically no more than $100,
and frequently less. So we are in the areas
where you are not dealing with these
enormous price tags. Because ultimately, over time, I think it isn’t sustainable.”
6 Triangle Business JOURNAL
technology
companies to watch
I [email protected]
919-327-1008
BY lauren ohnesorge
@tribiztech
Could MaxPoint rekindle its technology groove?
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advertising technology software
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existed, MaxPoint Interactive, went public for $11.50. It was supposed to be a banner year for the company, which moved
into its new Perimeter Park headquarters
and vowed to keep up its nationally recognized growth trajectory.
That banner year may have to come in
2016. In December, MaxPoint shares had
dipped to about $1.50 per share, making
it, according to Renaissance Capital, the
biggest IPO flop of 2015.
For a company with such high-profile backing (executives such as CEO Joe
Epperson served in leadership roles at
eBay) whose growth has been consistently recognized by national brands
such as Deloitte, it’s been a long, fast fall.
And executives have done little thus
far to dissuade analyst ire.
Analysts such as Kerry Rice of Needham & Co. say management has shown a
“limited visibility” when it comes to dictating guidances.
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them into 44,000 of
what it calls “Digital ZIPs,” specific neighborhoods. Using
a variety of localized data, from historical purchasing power to demographic
information, it can pinpoint what promotions have the best chance of success
in an individual neighborhood.
As of Sept. 30, the company had 670
enterprise customers buying into the
concept. But the company’s top 50 customers are responsible for two-thirds of
the company’s sales figures, meaning a
dip in those top-tier clients could have
major consequences for the company
that’s already struggling with investor
patience.
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Name: MaxPoint Interactive
Description: A marketing technology
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Location: Morrisville
CEO and Triangle site lead: Joe
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Employees: More than 300
On a recent earnings call, CFO Brad
Schomber admitted customer activity has been “unpredictable” of late. He
– and his fellow executives – repeatedly insist that their technology is working and that customer cancellations are
budgetary, not reflective of the product’s
effectiveness.
But, as the stock price indicates, investors aren’t so sure. In August, a classaction lawsuit was filed alleging that
management did not adequately inform
investors of the risks at that public debut.
The bottom line for MaxPoint is that
something has to change, and quickly.
Otherwise, the Triangle’s most recent
IPO story could wind up a cautionary tale.
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Durham for a 98-job expansion
in November, the competition was fierce.
Colorado and Georgia were among
the states vying for postions that are supposed to pay $83,000 in annual salaries.
In the end, it wasn’t solely the incentives that clinched the Triangle for the
Virginia app developer. It was the entire
package – a package that includes coding schools.
“Fifteen to 20 percent of our development team in Charlottesville doesn’t
have a formal college degree,” Dengel
said in an interview.
Code schools – such as the Iron Yard
Academy – provide an attractive proposition, he continued.
And in 2015, the Iron Yard Academy
announced a plan to double down on the
region.
Durham-based Smashing Boxes
teamed up with the Iron Yard for the
Durham Iron Yard Academy in 2014 in an
effort not just to entice high-tech companies, but to fuel the growing talent pool
required to sustain the firms already
here. And it’s needed, as a common complaint by tech companies big and small
is that, even in a region enriched by N.C.
Triangle site lead: Dana Calder,
campus director, Durham
Employees: 100 (six in Durham)
State University, Duke University and
UNC-Chapel Hill, high-tech talent can
take weeks to secure.
That’s where the Iron Yard comes in.
Over the past year, it’s grown at Durham’s American Underground. In 2016,
it will take over American Underground’s
downtown Raleigh campus. Already, 25
startups previously occupying the space
have moved out, many to competing
entrepreneurial hubs such as HQ Raleigh
and Industrious.
Adam Klein, chief strategy officer for
Capitol Broadcasting-owned American
Underground, says it’s going to be worth
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In 2016, Iron Yard Academy will take over American Underground’s Raleigh campus.
such a bold step. Because creating and
recruiting startups to the region is only
sustainable when there’s the talent pool
to drive growth.
And that’s where Iron Yard officials say
they fill the gap — in exchange for a steep
tuition. The boot camp-style code school
is intensive, with tuition costs close to
$10,000.
But, if it can deliver, it’s creating tech
talent that companies repeatedly say
they need in the Triangle.
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december 25, 2015 manufacturing & business services
companies to watch
I [email protected]
919-327-1022
BY cameron snipes
@tribizBOL
Spoonflower’s challenge: Build global customer base
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Name: Spoonflower
Description: Manufacturer of custom
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Location: Durham
Partners: Gart Davis, Allison Polish
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the overseas market, it opened an office
in Berlin. A five-person team is currently
working out of a temporary office while
the main space is being renovated, but it
should be up and running in the new digs
by the beginning of January, Fraser says.
During 2016, Spoonflower will launch
a German version of its website, a version
in French, and a UK-specific Spoonflower. “Initially, all our European order fulfillment will take place out of Berlin, but
we will look at other locations and languages as we progress,” Fraser says, who
adds that about 25 percent of its business
is now international.
Starting in January, Spoonflower will
be printing fabric in Berlin. “In 2016 we
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growth in the following years,” Fraser says.
Currently the company employs a little
more than 150 people and occupies about
35,000 square feet in Durham. Eventually
the company will need an entirely new
building all to themselves, Fraser says.
In November, nearly three months
after its $25 million equity infusion,
Spoonflower hired its first-ever chief
financial officer, Jennifer Turnage.
Turnage said she was drawn to the
company by its growth potential.
“It’s very exciting to see a company, a
local company, raise that kind of capital,”
she said at the time of her hire.
Seven days after the Turnage announcement, Spoonflower added more heft to its
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even further in 2016.
Spoonflower, a 7-year-old Internetbased service for creating custom fabric
that also develops custom wallpaper and
gift wrap, was ranked No. 10 among TBJ’s
2015 Fast 50 list of fastest-growing private
companies, its second consecutive time
on the list. Spoonflower also appeared on
TBJ’s Best Places to Work list in 2015.
Other outlets are also noticing Spoonflower’s growth. The company appeared
on the Inc. 5000 list this year, coming
in at No. 1,009. And according to its Inc.
5000 profile, the company has grown
433 percent in three years, posted $15.3
million in revenue in 2014 and also added 83 workers that year.
In August, Spoonflower announced a
$25 million equity infusion that its cofounder Stephen Fraser says means 50
more new jobs in Durham. The round
was led by Boston-based North Bridge
Growth Equity with participation from
Durham-based Bull City Venture Partners. As part of the financial deal, Russ
Pyle and Holly Maloney of North Bridge
joined the board, as did David Jones of
Bull City Venture Partners.
Spoonflower said that the cash would
be used to increase innovation and fuel
international expansion. To accommodate
board, bringing on former Etsy CEO Maria
Thomas and ChannelAdviser founder Scot
Wingo.
The company’s growth chart will
depend on how quickly customers embrace its products and services.
While private equity and venture capital firms show patience at the front end
of the investment cycle, they want to see
growth — mainly in the form of customers, not necessarily margins.
Spoonflower execs believe another
way to reach more prospects would be
with the launch of a new robust website. Sprout Patterns is designed to make
sewing customized clothing accessible to
anyone, the company says.
A few months ago the company
released “The Spoonflower Handbook: A
DIY Guide to Designing Fabric, Wallpaper & Gift Wrap with 30+ Projects,” now
listed as the No. 1 best-seller in the Fiber
Arts & Textiles category on Amazon.
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As safety concerns grow, so does Sunstates Security
Sunstates has been involved in a number of other security initiatives this past
year, including partnering with the
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to educate security employees
on their roles in family safety. The NCMEC
module went live on the Sunstates Learning Management System in July 2015. Since
then, a majority of the firm’s employees
have voluntarily completed the training,
according to the company.
Another big win came in April when
Burrell and her husband Glenn, a former
Scotland Yard officer and also the company’s president and other co-founder, signed statements of employer support for members of the active Reserve
and National Guard. Sunstates employs
a large number of ex-military members.
And Sunstates has garnered national
acclaim. In 2014 and 2015, the company was recognized on Security Letter’s
annual ranking of largest security services firms in the U.S.
Sunstates has seen organic growth of
nearly 30 percent over the past three years
and has increased its employee count in
the Triangle from 223 in 2014 to 368. The
company currently employs 1,477.
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these days: News of mass shootings,
dozens of people dead and many
more wounded in what the public perceives as safe places. Active shooter situations have almost become commonplace in modern society.
Raleigh-based Sunstates Security,
a 17-year-old private, woman-owned
$37 million company that provides uniformed security personnel to clients in a
variety of industries, is working to help
combat that trend.
“Security is in the forefront of everyone’s mind, as it has to be,” says Kathryn
Burrell, co-owner and CEO of Sunstates.
Sunstates has developed its own business continuity program to mitigate and
even prevent emergency events in the
workplace. For example, now operating
in most regions across the U.S., its program, called Sunstates Mutual Aid Rapid
Response Team, or SMARRT, consists of
81 specially trained and equipped team
members whose primary focus is protection of clients’ personnel and assets and
immediate containment of incidents.
Burrell says that for the past 18
months, Sunstates has been working on
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Glenn and Kathryn Burrell of Raleighbased Sunstates Security.
developing an app to aid in these situations. Dubbed Push for Safety, the app is
designed to help avert emergencies. The
idea is to provide an avenue for employees who find themselves in an environment with an active shooter present with
the ability to quietly submit anonymous
tips to its security personnel.
“It’s about using everyone’s eyes and
ears in those situations,” Burrell says,
adding that the app should be rolled out
to existing clients in the first part of 2016.
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Name: Sunstates Security
Description: Provider of uniformed
security personnel
Location: Raleigh
Owners: Kathryn Burrell, CEO; Glenn
Burrell, president
Employees: 111 in the Triangle; 1,477
companywide
Sunstates’ total client roster number is now 377, a little more than 100
of which are located in the Triangle. Its
clients include the ports of Wilmington
and Morehead City, a handful of megachurches in Texas, and a number of
property management companies and
corporate clients mainly concentrated
throughout the eastern U.S.
Though competition abounds in the
security space, even locally, Sunstates
believes it is on the right track for even
more growth in 2016, building on its past
three-year growth numbers. This belief
is due in part to the upcoming roll-out of
its new Push for Safety app and a healthy
pipeline of potential clients, Burrell says.
8 Triangle Business JOURNAL
economic development
companies to watch
I [email protected]
919-327-1000
BY sougata mukherjee
@tribizeditor
Lundy wrestles spotlight with ambitious Raleigh plan
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opment company has worked without much fanfare behind the glory and
pomp of say, a Kane Realty Corp., the
North Hills builder or a Dominion Realty Partners, the firm behind the PNC
Tower and the Charter Square projects
in downtown Raleigh.
But Baker believes he is in a sweet spot
having secured this sought-after land.
“If you look at the population, Millennials will fill up the residential,” Baker
forecasts. “And STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) employers will fill up commercial
space.” But for that to happen, Baker
acknowledges that more jobs are needed in the central district to make downtown a walk-live-work-play area.
Lundy’s current plan for the property
includes erecting two 20-story buildings
— one for commercial and the other for
residential – with expansive retail space
at the bottom of both buildings.
The total amount of commercial space
will exceed 300,000 square feet with
lease rates in the low 30s, Baker estimates,
adding the current plan also calls for the
residential tower to have 250 condo units.
Company officials estimate the project will cost about $160 million at the full
buildout with structured parking.
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development and management
Location: Raleigh
Founder/president: Jim Baker Jr.
Employees: 18
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a 1.2-acre tract in downtown Raleigh.
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may also have to buy the adjacent 0.8acre property which currently is occupied by a law firm, Baker says. He
declined to discuss financial specifics.
Both towers will start going up at the
same time, he says, and the earliest completion time would be sometime in 2018.
The Lundy Group’s previous big development was the $60 million Greenbridge
condo project in Chapel Hill.
Baker adds that the towers of Hillsborough Street will be unique.
“If you look at some of the projects we
have done — Castalia in Chapel Hill or the
Westchase in Raleigh – you will notice we
like to construct buildings differently,” Baker says. “All I can say (about the new build-
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the company to embark on similar projects south of the Washington, D.C. area.
And the Lundy Group is far from a
company banking on just one project.
At the start of the year, the company’s
goal was to amass two million square
feet of space under management (primarily office and retail centers) primarily in North and South Carolina. By early December, Baker notes the company
had signed up 1.95 million under management, and is hopeful the goal will be
met by year’s end.
“I would like to grow our (property)
management business by 15 percent,”
Baker opines. “We really want to put
similar projects across the Southeast.”
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the Lundy Group back in 1986,
little did he know that almost
30 years later, his company would be in
the spotlight in downtown Raleigh as the
developer embarks on an ambitious plan
to erect two 20-story buildings on one
of the most coveted
downtown Raleigh
pieces of land on
Hillsborough Street.
After a see-saw
battle with local and
national developers
for a 1.2-acre tract,
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the Lundy group
Baker
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last month when
it won an auction to buy the Campbell
University Law school parking lot at 301
Hillsborough St. for $6.3 million.
“We had a walk-away price in mind,”
says Baker with a wry smile. “ But we did
not get to that point. We are very excited
about this project.”
Baker should be. It easily will be the
largest project in the company’s history.
In the past, this quiet real estate devel-
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@tribizdigital
region’s economy, the hospitality and
tourism industries, and multinational
corporations in the region and the state,”
states a Merz spokesman.
As the new kid on the block, Merz
says it is looking forward to partnering
with local organizations and initiatives.
In mid-January, it will host more than
400 of its sales teams at the Raleigh Convention Center.
For 2016, the company says it plans
to focus its local operations on developing initiatives to advance the areas of
neurology and aesthetics, boost market
penetration for Radiesse, and launch distribution of its Cellulite treatment, Cellfina. Merz is also expecting the FDA to
approve Xeomin, an injectable treatment
for upper limb spasticity in adults.
The biggest challenge Merz will face
next year is to how to keep the sales
momentum going. The 100-plus year
old company registered about $1.3 billion in global sales in 2014-15, a 16 percent increase from the year before. And
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International Airport. Though it’s
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Frankfurt, Germany, when RDU was
finalizing its destiBill
nation selection – a
Humphries
representative says
the local team travels to the global HQ often – Merz was one
of a handful of companies that pledged its
commitment to fill seats. It contributed to
the $1.1 million fund from the Research
Triangle Foundation to mitigate Delta’s
anticipated $2.2 million shortfall for the
first year of the flight, which is expected
to take off in May.
“Considering the strength of the RTP
economy, we see this as a guaranteed
success for all industries in the area.
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goodbye to Greensboro as it settled
into its new Raleigh headquarters. President and CEO Bill Humphries says a big
reason for relocating to the Triangle was
access to talent in the life sciences industry.
In Greensboro, the company employed
a little more than 190. But its headcount
has since bulked up to 278. And Humphries
says the company is still growing.
“Our growth last year was 32 percent,
this year we’re going to grow 19,” he told
a crowd at Triangle Business Journal’s
Power Breakfast in November.
Merz received a green light from the
U.S. Food and Drug Administration in
June for a product to make hands appear
more youthful. The Botox-like product,
Radiesse, is the first of its kind.
“The face is the moneymaker,”
Humphries said at the time. “But look at
the hands to determine someone’s age.”
Merz was a key player in implementing a new international, nonstop Del-
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Description: Cosmetics device and
drug maker
Location: Raleigh; Merz Pharma
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Top Triangle executives: Bill
Humphries, president and CEO of
Merz North America
Employees: 278 locally, with room to grow
to 330 on new campus; 2,500 globally
as Humphries said recently, the U.S. team
is firing on all cylinders.
Sales momentum often relies on leadership continuity and market conditions. If any of those changes next year,
the company’s U.S. operations would
face stiff headwinds.
For now, however, the company’s
entry to the Triangle market has meant
much more than dollars and cents to the
community.
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december 25, 2015 A better World
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Todd Cohen
919-272-2051
community service
Raleigh Rotary Club focuses on world service
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Kirk Warner of Smith Anderson is the current president of the 120-member
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to raise money for Polio Plus, an effort
by Rotary International that has helped
nearly eradicate polio throughout the
world.
The club participates in two service
projects every month that range from
planting trees and clearing streams to
supporting food banks. It also hosts
information tents and sells bottled
water at The Works, the annual July 4
event in downtown Raleigh, and at
Wide Open Bluegrass, the downtown
music festival held each October.
It also helped create the Duke-UNC
Rotary Peace Center, which selects
Rotary members to serve as fellows
who enroll either in the master’s
program in international development
at Duke University or in a range of
master’s programs at UNC-Chapel Hill.
To celebrate its 100th anniversary
last year, the club raised $200,000 to
help outfit Wake Smiles, the nonprofit
dental clinic at the Salvation Army that
is the dental health program of the
Raleigh-Wake County Dental Society.
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And it continues to raise money for the
project.
Supporting water and sanitation
projects are a big focus of the club’s
international work.
Through contributions and
volunteers, it has participated for four
years in the latrines initiative in the
Dominican Republic. The initiative is a
project of Rotary’s District 7710, which
includes 46 clubs with nearly 1,900
members.
It’s also spearheading the water
project in Pozos, a sister city of Raleigh.
The club aims to enlist at least eight
to 10 other clubs in the effort and
raise money to support it, including
grants it hopes to secure from Rotary
International.
The club also launched an annual
concert event at Meymandi Concert
Hall at the Duke Energy Center for
the Performing Arts to raise money to
support is work.
The club “has brought leaders
from each of the major industries
and professional groups together to
try to solve community problems,”
Warner says. “And they have made a
tremendous impact over the years.”
Todd Cohen publishes Philanthropy
North Carolina at www.philnc.org. He
can be reached at (919) 272-2051 or
send nonprofit news to [email protected]
gmail.com.
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Raleigh, volunteer dentists and
hygienists last year performed 2,822
procedures for low-income, uninsured
adults.
In the Dominican Republic,
volunteers and donations have
supported the construction of
hundreds of latrines to help improve
sanitation for local residents.
And in Mineral de Pozos, a city in
the mountains of Mexico, volunteers
and donations are supporting the
installation of pump stations, pipes
and other equipment that will provide
potable water for local villages.
Playing an instrumental role in all
three projects has been the Rotary Club
of Raleigh.
Founded in 1914, the club with now
120 members, believes it is the oldest
civic and Rotary organization in North
Carolina.
Through local and international
service projects, the club aims to
“engage leaders of the community in
significant and meaningful acts,” says
Kirk Warner, president of the club and
a lawyer at Smith Anderson.
Every year, the club raises $20,000
to $25,000 to support 10 to 15 local and
international projects. Since 1979, it has
raised thousands of dollars every year
for the Salvation Army of Wake County.
And it raised $115,000 and continues
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to receive $100,000 in investment from
Village Capital and Global Health and
Social Innovation Capital Partners.
InRFood was selected from a pool of 12
early stage health businesses committed
to bridging the “health-wealth gap” by
offering better access and/or delivering
more affordable health care to lowwealth individuals. InRFood simplifies
and personalizes nutrition through digital
tools.
“Seventy percent of all doctors
visits are somehow related to diet. At
InRFood, we bring transparency to what
is in your food and the impact it has on
your personal health,” said Keval Mehta,
founder and CEO of InRFood.
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The Women’s Giving Network of Wake
County awarded $105,000 to four local
nonprofits serving women and/or children.
This brings the network’s total grant dollars
awarded to Wake County nonprofits over
the last nine years to $1 million.
The nonprofits receiving funds include
The Green Chair Project, The Women’s
Center of Wake County, The Queen’s
Foundation and Kidznotes.
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Eschelon Experiences restaurant group
founder G. Patel.
Volunteers pack meals for Raleighbased Stop Hunger Now.
Eschelon Experiences restaurant
group donated more than $82,000 to
area nonprofits in the greater Raleigh
community in 2015.
This includes funds raised through
its month-of-giving campaign in which
customers at any of the Eschelon
restaurants were encouraged to contribute
$1 or more to support the nonprofit
organization of the month.
Employees also volunteered 340
hours of service, and the group donated
$36,500 worth of food to fundraising
events.
Raleigh-based Stop Hunger Now
commemorated its 10th anniversary of
packaging meals to feed people suffering
from hunger across the globe.
At the anniversary event, 750
volunteers packaged 106,000 meals
capping a decade in which the
organization has packaged more than 225
million meals at 19 locations in the U.S. and
six locations abroad.
“Engaging volunteers in the mealpackaging process is an introduction to
how easy it is to end hunger,” said Ray
Buchanan, Stop Hunger Now founder.
“When people package meals, they can
see they can make a difference.”
Stop Hunger Now meal packaging
events are a volunteer-based program that
coordinates the streamlined packaging
of highly nutritious dehydrated meals
comprised of rice, soy, vegetables and 23
essential vitamins and minerals.
Living near Carolina Premium Outlets
could help a graduating senior pay
for college. Simon Youth Foundation,
a national nonprofit that provides
educational opportunities for at-risk high
school students, has begun looking for
a graduating senior who lives within 50
miles of Carolina Premium Outlets in
Smithfield.
Each year, Simon Youth Community
Scholarships are awarded in every
community across the country that is
home to Simon Malls, Mills, or Premium
Outlets centers. The application period
has begun and ends March 1, 2016.
Recipients will receive up to $1,500 to
enroll in an accredited college, university,
vocational or technical school.
10 Triangle Business JOURNAL
NEWS
Grocery boom
Whole Foods center underway in Cary
New grocery will
anchor alston
town center
roundup
A look at grocery stores that have
opened, broken ground or announced
locations in the Triangle in 2015.
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A new Whole Foods store will anchor the proposed Alston Town Center in west Cary.
feet of retail available for small shops.
Dye says that all but 2,200 square feet of
the small shop space next to Whole Foods
has been pre-leased, but he declined to
identify any of the other new retailers
until their contracts were finalized.
“Clearly, Whole Foods has a lot of
draw as an anchor,” he says.
In addition to the retail, AAC is selling off about 38 acres of the 110-acre
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The developers recently received
town approval to build a 493-unit apartment community that’s behind Panther
Creek High School. Construction of the
apartments is also slated to start in early 2016. Joint developers of the apartments are Woodfield Investments and
Cary-based Symphony Properties.
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and setting the foundation for
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development project in west Cary, a project that’s been 11 years in the making.
The new Whole Foods grocery store
is slated to open – weather-permitting
– in late 2016 or early 2017, says Joe Dye
with the project’s owner, American
Asset Corp. of Charlotte. The new store
will be the grocer’s second store in Cary,
and its sixth location in the Triangle.
AAC acquired the first piece of the
Alston Town Center land in 2004 and
has been working on planning and site
plan approvals ever since. It will also be
the first new development project in the
Triangle by AAC, the owner and developer of Brier Creek Commons and Brier Creek Corporate Center, since 2008.
“It’s nice to be in the ground getting
muddy and dirty again,” Dye says.
The new Whole Foods store will be
taking about 35,000 square feet of space
in the center with another 33,000 square
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nonexistent with 99 percent of the submarket marked as occupied. Longfellow’s researchers theorize that the submarket’s 12-month absorption of only
153,000 square feet is hindered only by
the lack of available office space.
“We have a master plan we’ve been
working on for two years, and that’s
finally wrapped up,” Sichol says. “We
just haven’t decided if we’re going to
start with one building or two.”
Longfellow, though, isn’t the only
real estate developer in town targeting
life sciences and tech users.
Alexandria Real Estate Equities of
Pasadena, California, has been investing in laboratory buildings in the Triangle for much longer and in December
announced plans to redevelop a property it owns in Research Triangle Park into
the so-called Alexandria Center for Science, Technology and Agriculture. Alexandria CEO Joel Marcus says the project
will resemble a “mini-city” with offices,
laboratories and accelerator space.
Wexford Science + Technology of
Baltimore is also making a $128 million
investment in downtown Durham with
construction underway to transform
the old, seven-story Chesterfield cigarette manufacturing building on West
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Automotive as some analysts have speculated, the corporate operations in
Raleigh and in Roanoke would have
major implications that would likely
involve layoffs.
If it’s acquired by a private equity
firm or investor group, like billionaire
Carl Icahn, it could mean a corporate
restructuring that could benefit either,
neither or both the corporate operations
in Roanoke and in Raleigh.
In its third-quarter report in November, Advance Auto lowered its outlook
for 2015 and announced it would close
another 30 stores by year end in addition
to the 50 stores it had said it would close.
Analysts and investors, though, are
growing impatient.
Starboard, through its own research,
has stated that Advance Auto share prices should be trading in the $350 to $400
per share range, not the $150 per share
range it’s been trading for in recent
months. It has recommended a number
of measures to improve operating margins and reshape its distribution chain.
In the past month, Zacks Investment
Research analysts have cut their rating
for Advance Auto from a “strong buy”
in early November to a “hold” rating in
mid-November to “sell” on Dec. 10.
Nine others firms have a “buy” rating
on the company. The average stock price
target among the research firms, as of
Dec. 21, was $185.67.
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Adam Sichol, managing partner of Boston-based Longfellow Real Estate Partners.
Main Street into a new research lab and
office space. Two tenants, including
Duke University and a new co-working lab group called BioLab, have committed to much of the space available at
Chesterfield.
“BioLab will be to life science(s)
companies like what American Underground has been to technology companies,” explains Justin Parker, senior
project manager for Wexford.
The Chesterfield, though, will likely
be completed and leased up by the time
Longfellow is ready to open the first of
its new buildings at Durham.ID.
But as at Kendall Square, Sichol says
they feel confident about the position
in the Triangle market and continue to
look for other buildings that fit their
investment strategy.
Longfellow has opened a second
office in Durham, led by North Carolina native and veteran commercial real
estate broker Jessica Brock, who was
named a managing partner of the firm
in 2014.
Brock says the company’s strategy
all along has been to target the companies in the technology and life sciences industries that have specialized and,
oftentimes, expensive space needs. The
company, she says, has invested a lot of
money in renovating buildings and converting office space into lab space even
before a tenant was signed on, betting
that the gamble would pay off.
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Department’s highest standards of integrity
and professionalism,” she said, adding that,
thanks to his leadership, his office is “well
positioned for years of success.”
Walker, a native of Atlanta (and a
Campbell University law graduate),
previously served as a partner at Alston
& Bird, as well as special counsel to N.C.
Attorney General Roy Cooper. It was not
immediately clear where he’ll be working
once he leaves the public sector.
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The developers of the new restaurant
and bar coming to the old Varsity
Theater on Raleigh’s Hillsborough Street
revealed the name and branding on the
morning of Dec. 22.
H-Street Kitchen will open in the
spring of 2016, and menus will be ready
by February, says Gary Bryant, who is
overseeing the restaurant project.
“Bringing back the Hillsborough
Street spirit with great food and Pack
Pride,” says the restaurant’s Facebook
page, also launched Dec. 22.
Chef Adam Rose, formerly of Il Palio
in Chapel Hill, will be the chef. Bryant
says the restaurant will feature “eclectic”
American cuisine with “approachable
pricing” of entrees from $8 to $18 with
an open kitchen in the center of the
space, “like you were going to a friend’s
house for dinner.”
– Rebecca Troyer
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Eastern District of North Carolina since
2011, has resigned.
That’s according to a notice sent out
Dec. 22 by the U.S. Department of Justice
that says he’s returning to private practice.
Walker submitted his resignation to
President Barack Obama, effective Jan. 7.
As United States Attorney, Walker
oversaw all federal criminal and civil
matters in the 44 eastern counties of
North Carolina, including Wake County.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch
put out a statement Dec. 22 lauding his
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Body Shop Feature
Afternoon sun illuminates a pedestrian in front of Quality Paint & Body Shop near
Durham’s Brightleaf Square on Dec. 16.
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Growing up, Adams wanted to be a physical education teacher.
“I was in sports,” she explains. “That
was the world you lived in.”
Adams’ teenage world consisted of
softball, track and tennis. Her hometown
tennis courts were the asphalt playing
grounds at the nearby IBM in RTP. It was
that park, with its growing innovation
cluster and entrepreneurial energy, that
pulled her in the corporate direction.
First job: National Institute of
Environmental Health Sciences
Family: Three children
Hometown: Durham
Current residence: Wake Forest
Education: UNC-Chapel Hill
Growing up three miles from RTP, she
says, “really shaped” her life.
“You were surrounded by technology,” she says. “My parents said play to
your strengths. They were right.”
Her strengths off the tennis court
were math and finance, which led her to
study business at UNC-Chapel Hill. Her
career actually began in the park – an
internship at National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences with a boss
who “forgot I was a student.”
“He pushed me and pushed me,” she
says. Roles at other firms followed, such as
an analyst position at the RTP Credit Union.
Eventually, finance took her into the
technology sector and then to human
resources, her lifelong sweet spot. That
passion, and the Cisco promotion that it
brought, took her to Silicon Valley.
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have to understand and nurture “the
whole person,” says Diane Adams,
longtime human resources executive and
Wake Forest-based author of “It Takes More
than Casual Fridays and Free Coffee.”
It comes down to trust.
“It’s really that simple,” Adams says.
“But it’s complicated at the same time.”
Adams has had decades to hone her
outlook – an outlook she’s exercised at
Nortel, Cisco and Qlik, and crafted right
here in Research Triangle Park.
She credits her career beginnings to
RTP itself.
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Coming home
When her father was diagnosed with
prostate cancer, “that’s when you really
want to be close to home,” Adams says.
She spoke with then-Cisco CEO John
Chambers directly. He told her she could
work from anywhere, including RTP.
“That was really the start of when I
got really clear on how much it means as
a leader to invest and care about somebody personally and professionally,” she
says. “Just think about it, an environment
where you thrive because you can make it
work both personally and professionally.”
Her advice to leaders isn’t necessarily to allow their employees to live anywhere (though in a tech-heavy world,
she says that’s often possible). It’s really to instill a sense of trust, to be honest
and transparent with employees so that
they feel like they’re part of everything
– both the opportunities and the challenges for a company.
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Diane Adams is chief people officer of Qlik, based in Research Triangle Park.
Management style
At Qlik, where she currently serves as
chief people officer, she says “it’s all
about trust at the end of the day.”
That’s what she says she’s tried to
instill at every company she’s been a
part of.
“When you think about the best cul-
tures, they trust their people to get it
done in a way that works for them.”
Adams admits she’s been lucky. She’s
had jobs that have allowed her (and her
children) to travel the world. And it
hasn’t been without challenges. After
all, you can’t do everything when you
have three children.
“I thought, what are my priorities? I
do love dinner time, where everybody
sits down,” she says.
But she quickly realized she didn’t
have the hours her own mother had to
create a home-cooked meal every day.
So she whipped out the takeout menus.
“What I cared about was that we had
great relationships with the children
... You always have to think, what’s the
outcome that I want? For me, in raising
my children, it was to be intimately in
their life, to understand them. You give
up things to do what’s most important.”
Trust, too, is important when making decisions that aren’t so positive
– such as laying off an employee. She
says respect should be a key part of that
conversation.
“When team members realize that
the purpose of the organization is even
greater than the organization itself ...
during the tough times, people will rally around the company,” she says.
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smalL Business
family business
Holiday celebrations vary from business to business
Humbug!” She spends the week before
Christmas working up the markdowns for the after-Christmas sale.
The import-export industry can be
highly volatile. One of 10 children of a
poor family, Will has worked hard but
quietly to keep on top of it, and he’s
been very successful. When I called
about my survey, I reminded him that
he can afford to celebrate the holidays
in any way he chooses. For example,
I said, he, his wife and their three
shareholder children could enjoy a
glittering, glamorous cruise through
the sunny Caribbean. They could spend
a luxurious holiday week in New York
or a traditional Christmas in Rome.
But Will celebrates at home, and on
Christmas Eve, he telephones every
member of his large extended family,
including his nephew on Guam. He
asks how they are and what’s going
on in their lives. He offers a hearty
holiday greeting and a New Year’s
wish, and he ends each call with a
question: “What can I do for you?”
If there’s an honest and reasonable
need, Will meets it. That’s his way of
celebrating.
Ramona is a registered nurse who
runs a home health care organization
wears every year for the holiday party.
When he first played Santa about 15
years ago, he needed six pillows. This
year the employees’ guesses are coming
in at the one to two pillows mark.
The “holiday roundup” happens on
a day in mid-December at Solnick and
Sons when the employees bring their
kids to the plant. There’s some goofing
around in the morning, with the bigger
kids sitting on the switched-off forklifts
in the warehouse and making zooning
noises, and the little kids playing games
and watching cartoon movies. At noon
there’s a huge party featuring all the
stuff that kids aren’t supposed to eat.
“Hey,” says Mama Solnick, “it’s only one
time a year. So eat.”
Retail, Lucia insists, is a highintensity, low-margin way to earn
a living, and there’s no room in her
business’s schedule for a lot of holiday
frivolity. Throughout the year, her
idea of down time is Saturday night
and Sunday morning away from the
store. The clerks who work for her
(excluding her husband and daughter,
of course) put in no more than a
40-hour week or they complain about
overtime.
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founded by her mother. She and
her staff are on call seven days and
week and 24 hours a day, so planning
and organizing an office holiday
celebration is out of the question.
“Besides,” she says, “managing this
business is demanding enough. I don’t
have the energy to be the leader of
Santa Claus’ band.”
But Ramona celebrates. Two nights
before Christmas she singlehandedly
bakes 10 dozen chocolate chip
cookies. She boxes them with ribbons
and bows and delivers them to the
women’s and children’s homeless
shelter on Christmas Eve.
“I use my head to keep the home
health care business running,” she
says, “but this is something I do with
my hands and my heart.”
However your family and your
business celebrate the holidays –
or even if you don’t celebrate at all
– best wishes to family businesses
everywhere for a season of happiness
and satisfaction.
Lea is a professor at UNC-Chapel Hill
and a family business speaker, author
and adviser. Contact him at james.
[email protected]
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how they celebrate
Christmas and
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to their customers
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then just take
an extra day or
two off. One family declared that its
business is strictly secular, so there’s
absolutely no acknowledgement
of anything religious. Another one
described the staff gathering with the
CEO around a huge punch bowl in the
main conference room to sing holiday
classics, from “Joy to the World” to
“The Dreidel Song” to “I Saw Mommy
Kissing Santa Claus.” The party is over
when the bowl is empty or the CEO is
horizontal, whichever comes first.
Marvin, the senior owner-executive
of a Midwestern pharmacy chain,
reported that the highlight of his family
company’s celebration is an employee
contest to guess how many pillows he’ll
need to fill out the Santa costume he
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december 25, 2015 Compiled by Cameron Snipes
919-327-1022, @TriBizBOL
[email protected]
Financial Planners
ranked by the number of series 7, fully licensed brokers in the Triangle
Business name/
Website
1
2
Wells Fargo Advisors
wellsfargoadvisors.com
Edward Jones1
edwardjones.com
4
Morgan Stanley Wealth
Management
5
Ameriprise Financial Services
6
AXA Advisors, LLC
morganstanley.com
ameripriseadvisors.com
raleigh.axa-advisors.com
3105 Glenwood Ave. #201,
Raleigh, NC 27612
154
207
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Services offered
Names of Triangle managers
Advisory services, asset management, estate planning strategies,
trust services, retirement planning, portfolio analysis and monitoring
Aaron Landry, Christian Kubista, Buck
Bratcher, Bob Gipp, Brad Sears, Steve
McKenzie
1526 E. Franklin St.,
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
919-967-0700
100
200
NA
Stocks, bonds, mutual funds, annuities, life insurance, long-term care
insurance
Steven Richards
150 Fayetteville St. #2000,
Raleigh, NC 27601
919-829-2000
97
152
4
Comprehensive wealth management
Douglas Hornberger, Tim Harrison,
William Peyton
700 Spring Forest Rd. #200,
Raleigh, NC 27609
919-877-2400
89
145
4
Wealth management
Michael Lingner, David Pottenger,
Robin Hogan, Frank Dworsky
3600 Glenwood Ave. #130,
Raleigh, NC 27612
919-227-3211
81
121
10
Financial services
Sean Flanigan
91
2
Retirement, financial and estate planning, asset management,
insurance, annuities, qualified and non-qualified plans, employee
benefits
John Erwin
3201 Beechleaf Ct. #450,
Raleigh, NC 27604
919-341-1776
64
17 Glenwood Ave.,
Raleigh, NC 27603
919-831-2370
62
71
33
General securities, money management, wealth management,
personal and corporate insurance, estate and retirement planning and
trusts
Richard Bryant
140
3
Business and individual retirement, financial and estate planning,
advisory services, insurance, annuities, qualified and non-qualified
plans
Shawn Will, Scott Lord
2
Wealth management
Karl Ruppert, Ben LInk
Fiduciary services, financial advisory, executive financial planning,
private wealth services
Wilson Hoyle
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Companies1
capital-invest.com
Number of
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employees in
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Number of Series 7,
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Address/
Phone
Principal Financial Group
4141 Parklake Ave. #510,
Raleigh, NC 27612
800-457-3776
34
9
UBS Financial Services Inc.
3737 Glenwood Ave. #200,
Raleigh, NC 27612
919-787-2005
25
52
10
CAPTRUST Financial Advisors
8816 Six Forks Rd. #301,
Raleigh, NC 27615
919-870-6822
23
NA
1
11
Raymond James Financial
Services1
5720 Six Forks Rd. #201,
Raleigh, NC 27609
919-846-7268
20
31
2
Comprehensive advisory wealth management, financial planning,
insurance, annuities, securities-based lending, mortgages, traditional
brokerage services
11
Northwestern Mutual
4020 Westchase Blvd. #175,
Raleigh, NC 27607
919-834-7772
20
163
2
Financial planning, wealth management, life insurance, disability
insurance, long-term care, annuities
13
BB&T Scott & Stringfellow
3605 Glenwood Ave. #400,
Raleigh, NC 27612
919-571-1893
19
27
1
Brokerage services, financial planning, insurance services
14
Capitol Financial Solutions
8816 Six Forks Rd. #301,
Raleigh, NC 27615
919-546-0400
15
25
1
Wealth management, retirement planning, life insurance, estate
planning
Robert Turner
15
Scottrade Inc.
6308 Falls of Neuse Rd.,
Raleigh, NC 27615
919-954-1997
11
13
4
Online investing, local branch office support, free educational
seminars, ETFs, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, CDs, IRAs, Roth IRAs,
educational savings accounts
NA
16
Navigon Financial
1009 Slater Rd. #210-A,
Durham, NC 27703
919-941-6235
10
17
1
Wealth and risk management planning, comprehensive insurance
planning, brokerage services, employee benefits, 401(k) services
17
Davenport & Co. LLC1
3605 Glenwood Ave. #390,
Raleigh, NC 27612
919-571-6550
9
16
2
Asset management, financial planning, insurance, fixed income,
mutual funds, annuities, retirement plans, corporate finance, public
finance
James Shearin
18
Charles Schwab & Co. Inc.
4000 Westchase Blvd. #100,
Raleigh, NC 27607
919-743-7481
7
NA
3
Full-service financial firm
Rich Munneke
18
First Citizens Investor
Services
P.O. Box 27131,
Raleigh, NC 27611
800-229-0205
7
55
33
Broker/dealer, mutual funds, annuities, investments, financial
planning
NA
20
Place Trade Financial Inc.1
4030 Wake Forest Rd. #300,
Raleigh, NC 27609
919-719-7200
6
13
2
Full-service discount brokerage, municipal bond dealer, online
trading
Sarah Place
21
Financial Directions Group
Inc.
5001 Weston Pkwy. #200,
Cary, NC 27513
919-678-0007
4
7
1
Financial planning, employee retirement, money management
Lori Spivey
22
Midtown Advisors
4800 Falls of Neuse Rd. #160,
Raleigh, NC 27609
919-747-6674
2
4
1
Financial advice, financial service, estate planning, insurance
products
Tommy Perry
principal.com/atlanticcoast
financialservicesinc.ubs.com
financialdirections.com
midtown-advisors.com
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number of series 7, fully
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in the Triangle by the firms
on The List.
Re-Rank
A look at the top three on
The List, ranked by the total
number of local employees.
Wells Fargo Adv.
207
Edward Jones
200
Northwestern Mutual
163
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Market Predictions
The CFA Institute, a global association of investment professionals, revealed its 2015 Global Market Sentiment Survey in which it polled members
of the CFA Institute, Chartered Financial Analysts, on their views of the global markets. Here’s a snippet of what the latest survey shows.
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december 25, 2015 LEADS
Information to build your business
RR Bankruptcies
Chapter 7
Blackwater Enterprises
Inc., P.O. Box 499,
Jamesville 27846; Assets,
$0 to $50,000; Debts,
$100,001 to $500,000;
Major Creditor, not shown;
Attorney, Leslie Locke Craft;
case #15-06663, 12/10/15.
Chapter 11
BioMedNanoTech Inc.,
3214 Charles B. Root
Wynd Suite 213-B, Raleigh
27612; Assets, $1,000,001
to $10,000,000; Debts,
$1,000,001 to $10,000,000;
Major Creditor, not shown;
Attorney, Trawick H. Stubbs
Jr.; case #15-06728,
12/14/15.
WAKE COUNTY
Plaintiff: Ferguson
Receivable LLC dba
Ferguson Enterprises Inc.
dba Ferguson Enterprises
Inc. of Virginia, Defendant:
MC Heating & Cooling
Inc./Michael E. McCarty,
collection on account, case
#15 CVD 015982, Filed:
12/02/15
Plaintiff: Builders Mutual
Insurance Co., Defendant:
L&S Drywall Inc., contract,
case #15 CVD 016037, Filed:
12/04/15
Plaintiff: Kingsmill Farm II
LLC, Defendant: TR Vernal
Paving Inc., collection on
account, case #15 CVD
016067, Filed: 12/07/15
Plaintiff: Builders Mutual
Insurance Co., Defendant:
Dickinson Well Drilling Inc.,
contract, case #15 CVD
016081, Filed: 12/07/15
Plaintiff: Builders Mutual
Insurance Co., Defendant:
Pastor Ramos/dba Rose
Painting, contract, case
#15 CVD 016082, Filed:
12/07/15
Plaintiff: Builders Mutual
Insurance Co., Defendant:
Edwin Pena/dba Pena
Construction LLC, contract,
case #15 CVD 016083, Filed:
12/07/15
Plaintiff: Builders Mutual
Insurance Co., Defendant:
Mr. Austin Construction
Inc., contract, case #15 CVD
016084, Filed: 12/07/15
Plaintiff: Builders Mutual
Insurance Co., Defendant:
Michael Thompson/dba
Thompson Clearing and
Grading, contract, case
#15 CVD 016085, Filed:
12/07/15
Plaintiff: Builders Mutual
Insurance Co., Defendant:
Brian S. Cross/dba BC
Carpentry, contract, case
#15 CVD 016086, Filed:
12/07/15
Plaintiff: Colonial Materials
Inc. dba Colonial Materials
of Fayetteville Inc.,
Defendant: Clement Bullard/
dba B&H Contractors,
collection on account, case
#15 CVD 016087, Filed:
12/07/15
Plaintiff: Builders Mutual
Insurance Co., Defendant:
Luis A. Obispo/Quality
Construction Framing Inc.,
contract, case #15 CVD
016088, Filed: 12/07/15
Plaintiff: Core Health and
Fitness LLC, Defendant:
AFP Liquidation Inc./dba
Advantage Fitness Products
Inc./Brent R. Johnson,
collection on account, case
#15 CVD 016091, Filed:
12/07/15
RR Federal
Tax Liens
WAKE COUNTY
Family Eye Care of Apex OD
Holly Springs Road, Holly
Springs 27540, case #15 M
05521, 11/19/15.
Claimant: James Bobby
Currin & Sons Inc.,
Contractor: Ashland
Construction Co., $8,061,
Owner: Park West Village
Phase I LLC, on property at
100 Village Market Place,
Morrisville 27560, case #15
M 05321, 11/09/15.
Duke Lazzara Development
LLC, 2431 Schieffelin Road,
Apex 27502, $305,852,
(941), case #15 M 05572,
11/24/15.
Tennie Group LLC, P.O. Box
1279, Knightdale 27545,
$24,334, (941), case #15 M
05571, 11/24/15.
Cathy Lee Day Care &
Learning, 529 Bethlehem
Road, Knightdale 27575,
$40,134, (941), case #15 M
05484, 11/17/15.
Claimant: East Coast
Electrical Services LLC,
Contractor: CTI Property
Services Inc., $5,983,
Owner: Barbara Rives Taylor,
on property at 420 Bickett
Blvd., Raleigh 27608, case
#15 M 05527, 11/20/15.
Generator Software Inc.,
1805 Oatlands Court, Wake
Forest 27587, $17,659,
(6721), case #15 M 05489,
11/17/15.
W.E. Garrison Co. Inc.,
5820 Fayetteville Road,
Raleigh 27603, $60,532,
(941), case #15 M 05483,
11/17/15.
Tammy Y. Lewis/Ideal
Healthcare Services, 4904
Waters Edge Drive Suite 160,
Raleigh 27606, $19,299,
(941), case #15 M 05477,
11/17/15.
Donald Grantham, 4012
Mackinac Island Lane,
Raleigh 27610, $33,954,
(6672), case #15 M 05573,
11/24/15.
RR Mechanics’
Liens
ORANGE COUNTY
Claimant: Southern
Appliance Group Inc. dba
Kitchen and Bath Galleries,
Contractor: MCF Builders
of Chatham County LLC,
$17,550, Owner: Richard
and Helen D. Tapper, on
property at 1615 Homestead
Road, Chapel Hill 27516,
case #15 M 362, 11/19/15.
WAKE COUNTY
Claimant: Milagro Co.,
Contractor: Intramco Inc.,
$10,200, Owner: Narsi
Development II LLC, on
property at Lot 305 Brier
Creek, case #15 M 05558,
11/23/15.
Claimant: R.E. Michel Co.
LLC, Contractor: Spartan
Construction & Development
LLC/Eco-Green Air Inc.,
$48,467, Owner: Apex Road
Commercial LLC, on property
at 1184 W. Chatham St.,
Cary, case #15 M 05546,
11/23/15.
Claimant: James Bobby
Currin & Sons Inc.,
Contractor: Monteith
Construction Corp.,
$42,809, Owner: Town of
Holly Springs, on property
at Holly Springs Law
Enforcement Center 750
Claimant: Hertz Equipment
Rental Corp., Contractor:
Northview Partners/Total
Construction, $13,290,
Owner: CN Apartments
LLC, on property at 710
Spring Falls Drive, Raleigh
27609, case #15 M 05504,
11/18/15.
Claimant: Triangle
Electrical Services Inc.,
Contractor: Kirkland
Inc., $103,529, Owner:
Brentwood-Brier Creek LLC,
on property at 10600 Little
Brier Creek Lane, Raleigh
27617, case #15 M 05500,
11/18/15.
LLC, 5310 S. Alston Ave.
Suite 210, Durham 27713;
3708 Mayfair St., Durham
27707, 1 Tract (3.976
acres) ID 121599/121603,
$3,550,000.
Hanover Acquisition 5 LLC
to TKC CLXVIII LLC, 5935
Carnegie Blvd. Suite 200,
Charlotte 28209; 4024
Stirrup Creek Drive, Durham
27703, Lot 7 Triangle
Business Park ID 157290,
$10,948,000.
George W. Griggs and Lydia
B. Griggs to EBX-NEUSE
I LLC, 412 N. Fourth St.
Suite 300, Baton Rouge,
La. 70802; 3132/3240
Redwood Road, Durham
27704, Lot 1 George W.
Griggs and wife Lydia B.
Griggs and Lot 2 Property
of Edith Ferrell Boone ID
170331/170334, $816,000.
ESA P Portfolio LLC to
DW CL VI LLC, 5847 San
Felipe Suite 4650, Houston
77057; 5008 NC Highway
55, Durham 27713, 1 Tract
(2.125 acres) ID 153781,
$2,580,000.
ORANGE COUNTY
RR Real Estate
Transactions
(Commercial)
DURHAM COUNTY
Measurement Durham LLC
to Lambert Development
Hunt Street LLC, 5 Hanover
Square 14th Floor, New
York, N.Y. 10004; 400 Hunt
St., Durham 27701, Parcel
2 Morris Ridge ID 104855,
$450,000.
GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC
to Churchill Partners
LLC, 4309 Emperor Blvd.
Suite 110, Durham 27703;
5421 Page Road, Durham
27703, Lot S23 Imperial
Center ID 074704437904,
$2,931,000.
Ravenco LLC to Islamic
Ahlul Bayt Association of
The Triangle, 5209 Russell
Road, Durham 27712; 2120
and 2200 Miami Blvd.,
Durham 27703, 2 Tracts
Lots 6-11 and part of Lot 12
and Lots 13-15 and part of
Lot 12 T.H. Alford Farm ID
163578/163579, $407,000.
South Square One LLC to
TDC Atlantic South Square
LLC, 5310 S. Alston Ave.
Suite 210, Durham 27713;
3710 University Drive,
Durham 27707, Southsquare
One ID 081011477128,
$5,800,000.
Mayberry Real Estate
Holdings LLC to TDC
Atlantic South Square
Glandon Forest Equity LLC
to Four W’s Inc., P.O. Box
1254, Dunn 28335; 6105 US
70 W., Mebane 27032, Lot 1
Property of Mebane Lumber
and Hardware Co. Inc. ID
9835404656, $1,329,000.
WAKE COUNTY
TGR Properties LLC to
Capmar Holdings LLC, c/o
Bell Davis and Pitt PA P.O.
Box 20129, Winston-Salem
27120; 11550 Common
Oaks Drive, Raleigh 27614,
metes and bounds (7.06
acres) ID 1830526058,
$4,604,000.
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Plaintiff: Independent
Benefit Advisors Inc.,
Defendant: Click Optimize
LLC/dba Healthgrades
Operating Co. Inc., contract,
case #15 CVD 015966, Filed:
12/01/15
Plaintiff: Praetorian
Insurance Co., Defendant:
Eastern Carolina Logging
Inc., collection on account,
case #15 CVD 016063, Filed:
12/04/15
PA, 113 Salem Towne Court,
Apex 27502, $28,080,
(1120/941), case #15 M
05482, 11/17/15.
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Berkley Net Underwriters
vs. Devcore Adult Care
LLC, P.O. Box 2436, Gastonia
Plaintiff: Getitnc Inc. dba
Tarheel Media Solutions,
Defendant: Paul Scott/
Scotty’s Locksmith/Lock
& Key Clinic, collection
on account, case #15 CVD
015949, Filed: 12/01/15
Plaintiff: Thomas
Publishing Co. LLC,
Defendant: Atlantic
Resources Inc., collection
on account, case #15 CVD
016062, Filed: 12/04/15
cia
er
Marlin Business Bank vs.
Definitive Touch Personal
Care PLLC, 402 Newsome
Grove Road, Ahoskie 27910,
$9,359, plaintiff, case #15
CVD 014608, 12/11/15.
Plaintiff: Getitnc Inc. dba
Tarheel Media Solutions,
Defendant: Scott Custom
Builders Inc./Robert E. Scott,
collection on account, case #15
CVD 015948, Filed: 12/01/15
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Atlantic Ventures Inc.
dba Atlantic Ventures
vs. Laborquick Inc./John
W. Jordan/Raymond W.
Mackenzie III, P.O. Box
7064, Greenville 27835,
$1,270,294, plaintiff, case
#09 CVS 017370, 12/08/15.
Plaintiff: Getitnc Inc. dba
Tarheel Media Solutions,
Defendant: Lovely Lady
of Smithfield LLC/Darlene
Gardner, collection on account,
case #15 CVD 015947, Filed:
12/01/15
State Tax Liens................................. xx
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American Express Bank
FSB vs. Marie Davis aka
Marie I. Davis/Soteria
Consulting Inc., 8409
Cassock Court, Raleigh
27613, $41,239, plaintiff,
case #15 CVD 012467,
12/08/15.
Plaintiff: Getitnc Inc. dba
Tarheel Media Solutions,
Defendant: Ruby Sharon
Baldwin/dba Baldwin’s Carpet
Cleaning & Upholstery Service,
collection on account, case #15
CVD 015946, Filed: 12/01/15
Real Estate Transactions..................17
for
Ferguson Receivables LLC
dba Ferguson Enterprises
Inc. dba Ferguson
Enterprises Inc. of Virginia
vs. Louis Heating and
Cooling Service Inc./
Louis J. Agnolutto/Carla T.
Agnolutto, 3404 Edgemont
Drive, Raleigh 27612,
$60,697, plaintiff, case #15
CVD 012382, 12/11/15.
Plaintiff: Xpedx, Defendant:
Harvard Maintenance Inc.,
collection on account, case #15
CVD 015938, Filed: 11/30/15
Mechanics’ Liens..............................17
New Corporations...........................20
ot
State Electric Supply
Co. vs. Wicker Electric
Contracting Inc., 3700
Bastion Lane Suite 101,
Raleigh 27604, $22,028,
plaintiff, case #15 CVD
014528, 12/14/15.
Plaintiff: Riverport
Insurance Co., Defendant:
Woodland Trace LLC,
collection on account, case
#15 CVD 015937, Filed:
11/30/15
Court Judgments..............................17
Federal Tax Liens..............................17
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First-Citizens Bank & Trust
Co. vs. Charles R. Gurley
PA/Charles R. Gurley,
P.O. Box 1703, Goldsboro
27553, $25,542, plaintiff,
case #15 CVS 003817,
12/07/15.
Plaintiff: Colorado Boxed
Beef Co., Defendant:
2000 Avondale Foods LLC/
dba Compare Foods/2000
Foods LLC et al., collection
on account, case #15 CVD
015936, Filed: 11/30/15
Civil Lawsuits....................................17
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Hockaday Mechanical
Corp. vs. Contracting
Solutions Inc., 404 Old Mill
Road, Fuquay-Varina 27526,
$82,809, plaintiff, case #15
CVS 011166, 12/10/15.
Plaintiff: Belfor USA Group
Inc., Defendant: Dynamic
Development Group LLC/
dba Sleep Inn, contract, case
#15 CVD 015926, Filed:
11/30/15
Building Permits............................... 18
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American Builders &
Contractors Supply Co.
Inc. vs. Daniel Thorne
Sullivan dba Sullivan
Construction, 100 Scots
Fire Lane, Cary 27511,
$8,109, plaintiff, case #15
CVD 014672, 12/11/15.
Plaintiff: Belfor USA
Group Inc., Defendant:
Matthews Seafood Inc./
dba Huntersville Family
Restaurant/Captain’s Galley
Seafood of Lancaster Inc.,
collection on account, case
#15 CVD 015920, Filed:
11/30/15
Bankruptcies.....................................17
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Daniel Riccitelli dba A1
Roofing vs. Carolinian
Homes Inc., (address not
shown), $7,500, plaintiff,
case #15 CVD 009665,
12/10/15.
WAKE COUNTY
Plaintiff: Cleveland
Village LLC dba Cleveland
Commerce Center,
Defendant: Kornerstone
Community Management
Inc./Diana E. Ellis/Kevin
Eugene Kelly, money owed,
case #15 CVD 015911, Filed:
11/30/15
Assumed Names.............................. 19
Jo
Ramesh Mocherla/
Nandini Mocherla vs.
Mihir Chakraborty dba MC
Construction Co., (address
not shown), $16,648,
plaintiff, case #15 CVD
004514, 12/10/15.
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Lawsuits
(District )
INDEX
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Climax Paperboard Inc.
vs. Eastcoast Packing
Inc., (address not shown),
$25,236, plaintiff, case #15
CVS 016345, 12/09/15.
Plaintiff: Manuela
Marianne Tyler, Defendant:
Nathan Joel Sergeant/Goi’n
Green Inc., motor vehicle
negligence, case #15 CVS
016012, Filed: 12/03/15
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Bruce Wainright vs.
Grancrete Inc., (address
not shown), $807,728,
plaintiff, case #15 CVS
009332, 12/09/15.
WAKE COUNTY
Plaintiff: J&J Sports
Productions Inc.,
Defendant: Sky Lights LLC/
dba Club Bed/Edwin A.
Dubon, money owed, case
#15 CVS 016052, Filed:
11/30/15
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Riverport Insurance Co.
vs. Amaz Logistics LLC,
(address not shown),
$47,394, plaintiff, case #15
CVS 006924, 12/09/15.
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Lawsuits
(Superior)
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Judgments
28053, $9,304, plaintiff,
case #15 CVD 004420,
12/11/15.
WSLD 12 Oaks VI LLC
to Weekley Homes LLC,
15401 Weston Parkway Suite
175, Cary 27511; multiple
addresses Eagle Springs
Court, Holly Springs 27540,
Lots 1094-1101/1106-1107
and 1113 Twelve Oaks ID
043972/0433973/0433974
(11 parcels), $880,000.
Cary Parkway LLC to C.A.S.
Property Management LLC,
106-A Ridgeview Drive, Cary
27511; 135 Parkway Office
Court No. 205, Cary 27518,
Unit 135-205 Building 4
Parkway Professional Park ID
0372926, $436,000.
Bella Vista Development
LLC to Bost Construction
Co., 1941 Evans Road,
Cary 27513; 1101 Easterly
Court/5104 Bella Ridge
Drive, Raleigh 27615, Lot
7 and 26 Bella Vista ID
0799.03-40-5534/0799.0451-1755, $440,000.
Ferrell Investments LP/
David S. and Elizabeth K.
Ferrell et al. to Soltero
Holdings LLC, 5509
Solomans Seal Court,
Holly Springs 27540;
15100 Weston Parkway
No. 101/102, Cary
27513, Unit 15100-101
and 15100-102 Building
Three Westridge at Weston
ID 0278126/0278127,
$500,000.
Richard Lane Jones and
Terry J. Jones et al. to
Lennar Carolinas LLC,
909 Aviation Parkway Suite
1500, Morrisville 27560;
multiple addresses Holly
Springs Road, Holly Springs
27540, Lot 2 (67.458 acres)
ID 205085 and portions of
037727/128483/0205084
(6 parcels), $5,413,000.
Parker Properties to
Avalaire Land LLC, c/o
Howard P. Satisky Esq.
Satisky & Silverstein LLP
415 Hillsborough St. Suite
201, Raleigh 27603; 12900
Durant Road, Raleigh 27614,
metes and bounds (100.481
acres) ID 0053013,
$10,500,000.
Rea Lake Boone Trail LLC to
Valor Properties LLC, 4000
Westchase Blvd. Suite 310,
Raleigh 27607; 3701 Lake
Boone Trail No. 100, Raleigh
27607, Unit 1 3701 Lake
Boone Trail Condominium ID
0328651, $800,000.
Jen North Carolina 2 LLC to
Ashton Raleigh Residential
LLC, 5711 Six Forks Road
Suite 300, Raleigh 27609;
5200 Landguard Drive/7520
Pinecrest Road, Raleigh
27613, Lots 2/5/6/55
and 56 Pinebrook Hills
ID 0317751/0111118,
$732,000.
Southpark Village
Investments I LLC to SPSC
LLC, 3717 National Drive
Suite 104, Raleigh 27612;
600 Village Walk Drive, Holly
Springs 27540, Lot 12 ID
0415939, $957,000.
Duke Realty LP to 4318
Medical Park Drive LLC
(undivided 25% interest)/
SSS Holdings of NC LLC
(undivided 75% interest),
11901 Possum Track Road,
Raleigh 27614; 10970
Chapel Hill Road, Morrisville
27560, Lot 6 ID 0746 76
1670, $4,510,000.
Isabella Williams Smith
Trustee to Mason Long
Williams and Isabella
Williams Smith Trustees,
c/o Mason Long Williams
8300 Health Park Suite 217,
Raleigh 27615; 219 Oberlin
Road, Raleigh 27605, Lots
24 and 25 Beavers Plat
ID 0077767/0077766,
$800,000.
All Saints Catholic
Academy Inc. to CAPCOM
LLC, 4641 Paragon Park
Road, Raleigh 27616; 4154
Shearon Farms Ave. Suite
100, Wake Forest 27587,
Unit 100 Oasis Commons
Condominiums ID 0404212,
$535,000.
MBA Land Group LLC to
Braswell Custom Homes
Inc., 3908 Blackard Pond
Road, Raleigh 27629;
1505 Yardley Drive/1332
Mackinaw Drive/1505
Minart Lane, Wake Forest
27587, Lot 5/44/78 and 115
Stonewater ID 0433439/
0433457/0433466 (4
parcels), $443,000.
Atria at Crabtree Valley
Apartments LLC to
Co-BB Atria LLC, 12765
W. Forest Hill Blvd. Suite
1307, Wellington, Fla.
33414; 4604 Baymar
Drive/4801 Bluestone Drive,
Raleigh 27612, metes and
bounds (31.449 acres) ID
0796044104/ 0796034346,
$33,250,000.
Audubon Parc Apartments
LLC (65.38% interest)/
Audubon Parc Apartments
Lexington LLC (34.62%
interest) to Co-BB
Audubon LLC, 12765 W.
Forest Blvd. Blvd. Suite
1307, Wellington, Fla.
33414; 200 Bald Eagle Lane,
Cary 27518, Tract 2 Property
of Waverly Place Associates,
$26,600,000.
United Development Corp.
to PM Restaurant Holdings
LLC, 9019 Overlook Road
Suite C-2, Brentwood,
Tenn. 37027; 700 Cayman
Ave., Holly Springs 27540,
Tract 2B (1.29 acres) and
Lot 1 CJ Development
ID 0210496/0256449,
$1,284,000.
Gateway Forest LLC to
Rainbow Rascals NC - Wake
Forest LLC, 1732 Crooks
Road, Troy, Mich. 48084;
903 Gateway Commons
Circle, Wake Forest 27587,
Lot 12 Gateway Commons ID
1840868530, $626,000.
Sorrell Farms LLC to
Meritage Homes of the
Carolinas Inc., 8800 E.
Raintree Drive Suite 300,
Scottsdale, Ariz. 85260;
6917 Ten Ten Road, Apex
27539, Lot 2 (9.34 acres) ID
0095729, $432,000.
RR Real Estate
Transactions
(Residential)
DURHAM COUNTY
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Irene X.
Smitherman, 306 Kinney
Glenn Court, Durham 27713,
Lot 54 Chamberlynne ID
215880, $424,000.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Clintin A.
and Hillary E. Brooks, 209
Kinney Glenn Court, Durham
27713, Lot 67 Chamberlynne
ID 215902, $415,000.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Jill Kravitz
and Andrew Prokopetz,
304 Kinney Glenn Court,
Durham 27713, Lot 53
Chamberlynne ID 215888,
$390,000.
Weekley Homes LLC to
Christopher Ducar, 212
Bella Rose Drive, Chapel Hill
27507, Lot 44 Montclair ID
218012, $497,000.
Lara Korhammer to
Elizabeth S. Smith, 213
Kinsale Drive, Chapel Hill
27517, Lot 11 Blenheim
Woods ID 210376,
$412,500.
True Homes LLC to Micaela
Mocilnikar and Andrew
J. Rindos IV, 215 Court
Jester Way, Morrisville
27560, Lot 23 Four Seasons
at Renaissance ID 213423,
$406,000.
True Homes LLC to Jean
Carmel Balthazar and
Hervia Lebreton-Balthazar,
115 Court Jester Way,
Morrisville 27560, Lot 18
Four Seasons at Renaissance
ID 213418, $370,000.
Pulte Home Corp. to
Craig C. White/Irene
S. White Trustees, 114
Gem Yarn Lane, Durham
27703, Lot 328 Del Webb
Carolina Arbors ID 217218,
$478,000.
Pulte Home Corp. to Gerald
and Paulette Glass, 106
Gem Yarn Lane, Durham
27703, Lot 324 Del Webb
Carolina Arbors ID 217214,
$422,000.
AVH Bethpage LLC to
Devin T. and Margery A.
Walls, 1027 Branwell Drive,
Durham 27703, Lot 84
Creekside at Bethpage ID
217662, $415,000.
Level Carolina Homes
LLC to Casey Marcum and
Leanna Pearson, 3312 Flat
River Drive, Durham 27703,
Tract 13B Brightleaf at the
Park ID 216787, $390,000.
Jordan’s Construction Inc.
to Richard J. O’Brien, 3
Alumwood Place, Durham
27705, Lot 307 Rose Of
Sharon Croasdaile Farm ID
214314, $755,000.
Legacy Custom Homes Inc.
to Christopher J. and Faith
A. Kosobucki, 206 Winrock
Place, Durham 27705,
Lot 292 Rose of Sharon
Croasdaile Farm ID 214299,
$687,500.
Stephanie B. Wallace/
Cecil F. Wallace Jr. to Maria
Rodriguez-Fischer and
Martin Fischer, 1700 Faison
Road, Durham 27705, Lot
16 Property of Croasdaile ID
130787, $415,000.
Jonathan C. and Matthea
B. Glass to Jung Y. Kim,
401 Harkness Circle,
Durham 27705, Lot 79
Carillon Forest ID 206949,
$404,000.
18 Triangle Business JOURNAL
LEADS
Eatate of Dennis S.
Hamlett to Ronald W. and
Linda D. McKenzie, 3313
Randolph Road, Durham
27705, part of Tract 6 I. M.
Pickett Estate ID 137827,
$350,000.
Tamar J. Parrish to Culver
S. and Charles D. Scales
Jr., 3945 St. Marks Road,
Durham 27707, Lots 60 and
61A Hope Valley West ID
139670, $647,500.
Alan N. and Patricia
Carlson to Mark and Sarah
Balling, 9 Burnley Court,
Durham 27707, Lot 4
Surrey Green II ID 135180,
$484,500.
Hope Valley Townhomes
LLC to Claire Fefer, 101
Cofield Circle, Durham
27707, Lot 26 Weldon
Downs Townhomes ID
209562, $413,500.
Lorraine C. Neustedter to
Jennifer E. and Justin T.
Plant, 1107 W. Lakewood
Ave., Durham 27707, ID
115208, $355,000.
JCHoying Contracting
and Development LLC to
James D. and Joanna S.
Wagner, 8008 Crookneck
Drive, Angier 27501, Lot
46 Johnson’s Landing ID
0339833, $430,000.
L&L of Raleigh to Julia
Steen Harshbarger, 2346
Manzoni Drive, Apex 27502,
Lot 132 Verona at Bella Casa
ID 427375, $554,000.
NVR Inc. dba Ryan Homes
to Eric A. and Denise E.
Ricks, 2100 Pineola Bog
Trail, Apex 27502, Lot 399
Parkside at Bella Casa ID
0431156, $521,500.
Toll NC II LP to Michael
and LeeAnn T. Nguyen,
4025 Piney Gap Drive, Cary
27519, Lot 6 The Woodlands
at Green Level Crossing ID
0365095, $761,000.
Amward Homes of NC Inc.
to Kevin R. and Lori S.
Jones, 2732 Belmont View
Loop, Cary 27519, Lot 35
Sedgefield ID 0420211,
$688,500.
Aaron J. and Jennifer
M. Quirk to Minh T. and
Michelle E. Le, 3137
Sentinel Ferry Lane, Cary
27519, Lot 529 Weldon
Ridge ID 0373589,
$376,000.
Ramnik and Garima Kamo
fka Garima Eaton to Ravi
and Subha Narasimha,
217 Walcott Way, Cary
27519, Lot 460 Preston
Village North ID 0225074,
$629,000.
Markham Real Estate
& Investments LLC to
Michael R. and Kathleen G.
Smith, 3817 Olde Waverly
Way, Fuquay-Varina 27526,
Lot 54 Olde Waverly Way ID
0665860890, $450,000.
Joshua Lee Stamer and
Jessica Laws Stamer to
Sean T. Liao and Suzie Kim,
202 Oxford Creek Drive, Cary
27519, Lot 552 Cary Park
PUD ID 0304216, $536,000.
Halcyon Homes LLC to
Scott J. and Allison L.
Kennedy, 4558 Heritage Mill
Way, Fuquay-Varina 27526,
Lot 183 Sunset Bluffs ID
0426505, $440,000.
Thomas J. Jr. and Sandra
L. Landro to Amy Murphy
Hannen and Stanley
Edwards Hannen, 513
Potomac Grove Place, Cary
27519, Lot 190 Carpenter
Village ID 0745224606,
$525,000.
Bench Construction Co.
LLC to Todd E. and Kristin
M. Bateson, 926 Cambridge
Hall Loop, Apex 27539, Lot
104 Churchill Estates ID
0760851546, $659,000.
Jerry Neil Fink and Nancy
Kay Fink to Vipin and
Kavita Pant, 2001 Roland
Glen Road, Cary 27519,
Lot 40 Upchurch Farms ID
0289628, $525,000.
Meritage Homes of
the Carolinas Inc. to
Ramakrishnan and Shubha
Nagaraj, 2212 Serene Lake
Drive, Apex 27539, Lot 15
Blaney Farms ID 0427064,
$486,000.
M/I Homes of Raleigh LLC
to Robert E. and Jennifer
M. Smith, 116 Restonwood
Drive, Apex 27539, Lot 57
Woodcreek ID 0411356,
$461,500.
Robuck Homes Triangle
LLC to Adam G. and Megan
W. Simpson, 4617 Brighton
Ridge Drive, Apex 27539,
Lot 334 Brighton Forest ID
0415020, $441,000.
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Toll NC III LP to Adele and
Matthew Philip Hawkins,
7632 Summer Pines Way,
Wake Forest 27587, Lot 664
Hasentree Golf Community
ID 0407346, $741,500.
Alberta A. Davis to
Christopher M. and
Heather E. Higgins, 504
Vista Del Lago Lane, Wake
Forest 27587, Lot 3 La
Ventana ID 0239040,
$585,000.
Lloyd E. and Melanie C.
Mattingly to Tyrone E.
and Laura J. Briscoe, 1337
Jenkins Road, Wake Forest
27587, Lot B2 (4.336 acres)
ID 1831671461, $505,000.
Christopher and Kristy
Cornell to Jason A. and
Amy Hollander, 1413
Bridle Glen Court, Wake
Forest 27587, Lot 27 Old
Farm Crossing ID 0309065,
$490,000.
Cady Construction Co. Inc.
to Carlton Dwayne Jones
and Lucy Danielle Jones,
10005 San Remo Place,
Wake Forest 27587, Lot
2 Porto Fino ID 0327708,
$457,500.
NVR Inc. dba Ryan Homes
to Sean M. and Tara K.
McKenzie, 1316 Endgame
Court, Wake Forest 27587,
Lot 77 Bishops Grant ID
0425099, $444,500.
business
5:25 PM
6:25 PM
ICG Homes LLC to Richard
P. and Mary Jo Smith, 411
Bendemeer Lane, Rolesville
27571, Lot 171 Carlton
Pointe ID 1758541504,
$380,500.
Randy L. and Amanda Sue
Cramp to Winston Brewster
Jr., 6808 Rising Sun Court,
Wake Forest 27587, Lot 8
Sunset Manor ID 366716,
$415,000.
Reporting from the Triangle
Business Journal newsroom,
staffers Amanda Jones Hoyle and
Jason deBruyn will deliver the top
local business news updates every
weekday at 5:25 pm and 6:25 pm
on NewsRadio680 WPTF.
Jeffrey B. and Mary E.
Spears to Kaltrina Mavraj,
1105 Kalworth Road,
Wake Forest 27587, Lot 25
Devonshire ID 1802187142,
$410,000.
Cory A. and Jennifer D.
Ellinger to George M. and
Tina W. McIntyre, 2621
Stratford Hall Drive, Raleigh
27587, Lot 3009 Stratford
Hall at Wakefield Plantation
ID 0249454, $405,000.
John Trevor Clements
to Maryann L. Aimone
Trustee, 1737 Dunn
Maple Drive, Wake Forest
Tidewater Investors IV LLC
to Stephen Patrick Hoyle,
2592 Holiday Ave., Zebulon
27597, Lot 17 and 18 Bunn
Lake Estates ID 0074356,
$472,000.
William Buff Clayton and
DiLcia Suyapa Quezada
Reyes to Doy and Joelle
Najm, 3025 Cone Manor
Lane, Raleigh 27613,
Lot 1 Linville ID 309004,
$1,058,000.
Michael Paul Bradley
and Corliss M. Bradley
aka Corliss H. Bradley to
Pamela S. Chestek, 200
S. Dawson St. Suite 301,
Raleigh 27601, Lot 301
Park Devereux ID 0268581,
$425,500.
SM Raleigh LLC to
Kimberly B. and Thomas
B. Hibler, 505-102 John
Haywood Way, Raleigh
27604; 525 John Haywood
Way Suite LH, Raleigh
27604, Unit 202 Building
2 Blount Street Commons
Condominium ID 0403917,
$430,500.
Anthony James Tindall
and Kelli Linn Tindall
to Doc Shufelt and
Katherine Shae Shufelt,
813 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh
27605, Lot 1 (.1429 acre)
St. Johns Metropolitan
Community Outreach ID
422056, $649,000.
Folusakin and Folashade
Ayoade to Arthur and
Kethy Steinhafel, 3932
Colinwood Lane, Raleigh
27606, Lot 101 The
Estates at Meadow Ridge ID
0380827, $660,000.
Lisa W. Marshall to Stacie
M. Walker, 3000 Wyntree
Ridge Way, Raleigh 27606,
Lot 4 Wyntree ID 0304782,
$580,000.
Randall Lee Poulton
Trustee to Yizhe Wang and
Hong Guan, 6201 View
Water Drive, Raleigh 27606,
Lot 5 and portion of Lot 6
Lakewood Farms ID 170273,
$575,000.
George A. and Shiyoe S.
Malinasky to ZhouZhen
Ni and CuiQin Wu, 5648
Thistleton Lane, Raleigh
27606, Lot 2 Eagle Creek
North ID 0781193527,
$552,500.
Elena Kleymenova to
Andrew L. and Amy R.
Tharp, 1421 Grecian Woods
Place, Raleigh 27606, Lot 8
Athens Wood ID 0305943,
$420,000.
Gregory P. Gulley to
Robert A. and Kathryn P.
Chappelle, 6609 Deerview
Drive, Raleigh 27606, Lot
23 Huntingwood Estates ID
0105165, $415,000.
Lambert Development
Ridge Road LLC to Patrick
and Tina M. Daly, 1412
Ridge Road, Raleigh 27607,
Lot 2 (18,016 square feet)
ID 128452, $1,325,000.
se
Kevin and Lori Jones to
Prem Prakash and Soni
Raizada, 601 Sea Salt Court,
M/I Homes of Raleigh
LLC to Jane M. Overbeck,
205 Sour Mash Court,
Holly Springs 27540, Lot
1022 Twelve Oaks PUD ID
0427574, $396,000.
Gary D. and Lisa L. Cline to
Emily Ann Gertsch, 2333
Clayette Court, Raleigh
27612, Lot 2 Avallon ID
0307350, $590,000.
NuCompass Mobility
Services Inc. to Bruce Alan
Campbell, 1708 Stannard
Trail, Raleigh 27612, Lot
84 Inman Park ID 254651,
$530,000.
lu
Weekley Homes LLC to
Nijole M. Krivickas and
John Groth, 700 Revere
Crossing Lane No. 312,
Cary 27519; 109 Sour Mash
Court, Holly Springs 27540,
Lot 1035 Twelve Oaks PUD
ID 0639751360, $465,000.
Vincent J. and Phoebe K.
Nolfo to Diana Bynum, 233
Midden Way, Holly Springs
27540, Lot 612 Sunset
Ridge North ID 0321545,
$427,000.
Royal Oaks Building Group
LLC to Peter C. Newton and
Amy A. Newton, 861 Kaylin
Lane, Apex 27523, Lot 33
The Trace II ID 0427770,
$493,500.
TOMORROW’S
TODAY
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Hesham
and Melissa J. Bakr, 109
King Oak St., Holly Springs
27540, Lot 421 Twelve Oaks
ID 0419147, $436,000.
Manchester Drive, Raleigh
27609, Lot 1 North Hills
Estates ID 0051344,
$375,000.
Jesse Burlon Barbour to
Henry Allan Swicegood,
1925 Unity Church Road,
Willow Springs 27592,
Lot 3 J. Burlon Barbour ID
0686633114, $387,500.
cia
er
Huanliang Xia and Xuejun
Li to Manuel Florencio
Fernandez and Virginia
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Satish
Kumar and Padmavathy
Gopalakrishnan, 479
Methven Grove Drive, Cary
27519, Lot 19 Collins Grove
ID 0423320, $378,000.
Terramor Homes Inc. to
Joseph Mattress, 2504
Emerald Woods Jr., Wake
Forest 27587, Lot 57
Emerald Woods ID 0424392,
$391,500.
mm
Burlage Circle LLC to
Valerie C. and Bradley G.
Merritt, 322 Burlage Circle,
Chapel Hill 27514, Lot 8 and
Standard Pacific of
the Carolinas LLC to
Arunkumar Vennapusa and
Vasanthi Nagareddi, 1216
Flip Trail, Cary 27513, Lot
32 The Woods at Fairbanks
ID 0428812, $559,000.
John J. and Heather R.
Dunford to Jerrod J. and
Andrea M. Jeske, 4901
Sunset Fairways Drive,
Holly Springs 27540, 1127
Woodcreek ID 0422920,
$451,000.
co
Robert W. Saunders to
Lislie S. and Stephen S.
Purcell, 1547 Pathway
Drive, Carrboro 27510,
Lot 21 Bolin Forest ID
9779625676, $410,000.
Travis M. and Martha
P. Althaus to Laura E.
Jackson, 1524 Kilarney
Drive, Cary 27511, Lot
345 Woods of Kildaire ID
0088967, $390,000.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Eric O.A.
and Susan M. Miller, 421
Methven Grove Drive, Cary
27519, Lot 38 Collins Grove
ID 0423339, $388,000.
for
Carolina Cottage Homes
LLC to Stacy L. Kirk and
Ronald H. Burgin, 1125
Quincy Cottage Road,
Hillsborough 27278,
Lot 340 Forest Ridge ID
9874638007, $357,000.
Dogwood & Co. LLC to
Edward D. Brawley, 1209
Kingston Ridge Road, Cary
27511, Lot 5 Hillsdale Forest
ID 0321121, $434,000.
Ashton Raleigh Residential
LLC to Christopher and
Stephanie Cabrera, 3475
Colby Chase Drive, Apex
27539, Lot 222 Pemberley
ID 0428636, $383,500.
ot
Leslie M. and Otis C.
Powell Jr. to Manuel E.
and Amber M. Aguirre, 711
Claytor Drive, Hillsborough
27278, Lot 3 Riverbend II ID
9874338902, $395,000.
Pulte Home Corp. to
Simon J. Kelly and Amity
J. Brown, 1280 Magnolia
Row Trail, Apex 27502, Lot
17 Magnolia Walk PUD ID
0427095, $375,500.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Rajesh
Sharan and Nishi Sinha,
433 Methven Grove
Drive, Cary 27519, Lot 33
Collins Grove ID 0423334,
$390,000.
-N
Jacqueline M. Morlando
and R. Christopher
Thomas to Eric S. Raznick
and Tracey H. Erwin,
1913 E. Chapman Court,
Hillsborough 27278,
Lot 13 Churton Grove ID
9875713768, $405,000.
Capital City Homes LLC to
Dana Tucci, 4328 Brighton
Ridge Drive, Apex 27539;
3321 Heathrowe Grove
Court, Fuquay-Varina 27526,
Lot 150 High Grove ID
0415133, $397,000.
ls
Royal Oaks Building Group
LLC to Joshua and Jennifer
Almond, 2113 Blazing Trail
Drive, Apex 27502, Lot 387
Parkside at Bella Casa ID
0424539, $415,000.
Salvatore J. and Lucy A.
Musarra to Donald Osvaldo
Freytes and Saly RomeroTorres, 307 Parkknoll
Lane, Cary 27519, Lot 288
Parkknoll ID 0190010,
$398,500.
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ORANGE COUNTY
Future Homes by Jim
Thompson Inc. to Craig
M. and Heather B. Dorion,
6317 Rambleford Drive, Cary
27519, Lot 161 Copperleaf
GlenID 0423014, $863,500.
Robuck Homes Triangle
LLC to Donald L. Jr. and
Candace O. Gillespie,
4533 Brighton Ridge Drive,
Apex 27539, Lot 322
Brighton Forest ID 0419535,
$399,000.
ur
Pulte Home Corp. to
Amol M. and Shalaka A.
Dongre, 1255 Magnolia
Row Trail, Apex 27502, Lot
25 Magnolia Walk PUD ID
0427105, $444,000.
Glenn W. and Pamela S.
Gorman to Benjamin N. and
Lisa M. Fox, 111 Weatherly
Place, Cary 27518, Lot 91
Wynston Ridge ID 0179348,
$456,000.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Ruihua
Chen, 533 Methven Grove
Drive, Cary 27519, Lot 3
Collins Grove ID 0421240,
$410,000.
Jo
The Drees Co. to Jordan
T. and Jennifer A. Clark,
112 Kayleen Court, Durham
27713, Lot 5 The Oaks at
Lyon’s Farm ID 216848,
$417,000.
Standard Pacific of
the Carolinas LLC to
Vijaykrishnan Ramanujam
and Vidya Srinivasan,
109 Gretchen Lane, Cary
27513, Lot 63 The Woods
at Fairbanks ID 0428791,
$453,000.
Saint Francis United
Methodist Church of Cary
NC to Logan Baez and
Jessica E. Alfonso-Baez,
3204 Kildalton Place, Apex
27539, Lot 13 Sedgmoor ID
0172328, $403,000.
s
es
sin
Bu
Meritage Homes of the
Carolinas Inc. to Terry
L. and Clifford R. Jones
Sr., 1409 Capstone Drive,
Durham 27713, Lot 113
Jordan at Southpoint ID
216738, $438,500.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to John
Wilson, 1728 Fairbanks
Road, Cary 27513, Lot 42
The Woods at Fairbanks ID
0428770, $456,000.
Robert N. and Kathleen
B. Potter to Robert P.
Niedbalski, 507 Monroe St.,
Chapel Hill 27516; 327 St.
Mary’s Road, Hillsborough
27278, Lot 1 Property
of Joseph Hughes ID
9874278675, $399,000.
WAKE COUNTY
Lennar Carolinas LLC to
Murali Krishna Pagolu and
Amritha Poluri, 6045 Fryars
Gate Court, Cary 27519, Lot
91 Fryars Gate ID 431632,
$425,000.
Eric J. McCafferty
and Christiana Chafin
McCafferty to Randall and
Kate Lague, 114 Livingstone
Drive, Cary 27513, Lot 5
Harrison Place ID 0173179,
$465,000.
The Drees Co. to Bryan
D. and Keira A. Kraft, 435
Claremont Drive, Chapel Hill
27516, Lot 66 Claremont
South ID 9779372030,
$493,000.
Bruce C. and Janice G.
Wells to Corney M. and
Marci P. Hansen, 1212
Pinehurst Drive, Chapel Hill
27517, Lot 20 Meadowmont
ID 9798459034, $716,000.
Gregory S. Harrell and
Christina Hall Harrell to
Stephen Spain Mervin Jr.
and Charlotte A. White,
408 Mickey Lane, Cary
27513, Lot 3 Talton Place ID
0356799, $470,000.
27587, Lot 432 Heritage
Wake Forest ID 0337534,
$397,000.
Meritage Homes of the
Carolinas Inc. to Steve T.
and Dawn O. Earwood,
2213 Serene Lake Drive,
Apex 27539, Lot 9 Blaney
Farms ID 0427058,
$435,000.
ity
Toll NC LP to Stratimir
Doytch, 604 Swift Creek
Crossing, Durham 27713,
Lot 222 The Hills at
Southpoint ID 216870,
$644,000.
Tracy B. Parham/Karla F.
Moore to Arthur and Lilia
Shwarts, 644 Lake Hogan
Lane, Chapel Hill 27516,
Lot 6 Lake Hogan Lane ID
9779294110, $625,000.
Cary 27519, Lot 50 Seal
Harbor and Easthampton
at Twin Lakes ID 0348410,
$434,000.
C
an
Linda A. Hollowell to
Thomas and Mary M.
Leonard, 3 Hallbrook
Court, Durham 27712, Lot
22 Treyburn ID 192783,
$350,000.
Weekley Homes LLC to
Zachary Arble and Alexis
Dieter, 6309 Moinear Lane,
Chapel Hill 27516, Lot 7
Dunhill ID 9881158402,
$825,500.
Fernandez, 119 Haddonfield
Lane, Cary 27513, Lot 31
Amesbury ID 0202927,
$540,000.
ic
er
Am
Jennifer L. Moore/Lee A.
Coggins to Pamela L. and
Maygan Bustin, 9 Heather
Place, Durham 27707, Lot 3
Marydell Estates ID 136274,
$355,000.
part of Lot 9 Hidden Hills
Extension ID 9789733243,
$415,000.
Meritage Homes of the
Carolinas Inc. to William
G. and Stephanie M. Fine,
2416 Trenton Park Lane,
Raleigh 27607, Lot 23
Trenton Pointe ID 0419013,
$741,000.
Eric W. and Nicole Islinger
to Andrew W. Gonce
and Alixe E. Steinmetz,
1605 Pineview St., Raleigh
27608, metes and bounds
(0.381 acres) ID 0058399,
$820,000.
Goldmark Construction
Group LLC to Raymond
Paul Laws and Lisa L. Laws,
326 Pershing Road, Raleigh
27608, Lot 1 (0.188 acres)
ID 0014747, $730,000.
Claire Brown Poole to
Aaron M. and Sally B.
Fitzgerald, 2511 Beechridge
Road, Raleigh 27608, Lots
16 and 17 Kenmoor ID
078134, $525,000.
Bradley D. and Christa
J. Leupen to Samuel
Stronach, 402 E. Whitaker
Mill Road, Raleigh 27608,
Lot 9 Georgetown ID
0072865, $420,000.
Donald W. and E. Renee
Ruseell to Hailey E.
Maroncelli, 1000
Homes by Dickerson Inc
to Daniel S. Larrimore,
5217 Woodall Way, Raleigh
27613, Lot 16 Haywood ID
0422679, $700,000.
Rufty Homes Inc. to Ernest
Daniels and Kathleen
Rickard, 6414 Rosny Road,
Raleigh 27613, Lot 4 Daveny
Woods ID 0787507525,
$523,000.
Sanjay Das and Mou Shome
to Charles Hoffman and
Esther Bonardi, 3112 Twin
Leaf Drive, Raleigh 27613,
Lot 54 Olde Creedmoor ID
222725, $486,000.
Daniel C. III and Meighan
K. Agresta to Bryan and
Kristin Giordano, 9948
Koupela Drive, Raleigh
27614, Lot 2 Property of
H.A. Denning ID 134082,
$584,500.
Donna L. Albritton to Ann
Amorossi, 1915 Hornbeck
Court, Raleigh 27614, Lot
91 Bedford at Falls River ID
298721, $412,000.
John and Debbie Percivall
to Barbara Hogg, 8124
Lloyd Allyns Way, Raleigh
27615, Lot 8 The Carriages
at Allyn’s Landing ID
0300580, $505,000.
Charles Y. Kim and JiYoung Lee to Hongli Zhan
and Ying Liu, 9610 Club
Valley Way, Raleigh 27617,
Lot 1005 Brier Creek Country
Club ID 0758758955,
$540,000.
Harold R. and Shirley T.
Kay to Paraclete Land
Acquisition LLC, P.O. Box
91327, Raleigh 27675; 107
Guernsey Trail, Cary 27518,
Lot 4 Ponderosa ID 100737,
$415,000.
Robert J. and Joanna H.
Baumgart to The Board of
Trustees, c/o Director of
Real Estate North Carolina
State University Campus
Box 7230, Raleigh 27695;
2/4 Maiden Lane, Raleigh
27607, Lot 3 (0.686 acres)
ID 0050753/0073263,
$2,000,000.
RR Building
Permits
(Commercial)
The following
information is provided
by Construction Insite.
For further information
call 704 553 8828. www.
constructioninsite.com
UNDER $1 MILLION
JOHNSTON COUNTY
Cadco Construction Co.,
commercial alteration
at 5638 NC Highway 42,
Riccobene & Associates,
$395,000, 41,965 square
feet.
Divine Construction Group,
commercial alteration at
67 JR Road, JR Cigars,
$357,000, 13,000 square
feet.
WAKE COUNTY
Alston TC LLC, commercial
alteration at 5034 Arco St.,
$924,000, 7,887 square
feet.
Alston TC LLC, commercial
alteration at 5020 Arco St.,
$920,000, 8,077 square
feet.
Alston TC LLC, commercial
alteration at 5021 Arco St.,
$865,000, 8,077 square
feet.
RGD Project Management
Inc., commercial alteration
at 160 N. Pharma Drive,
Southport Business Park,
$804,744.
Brasfield & Gorrie LLC,
commercial alteration at
3000 New Bern Ave. No.
G-100, Wakemed Corporate
Accounting, $665,000,
11,189 square feet.
Constance Spencer,
commercial alteration at
1156 Parkside Manor St.,
Brad Smith, $500,000,
6,183 square feet.
Anthony Ray Woodard,
commercial alteration at
7109 Glenwood Ave., Music
First LLC/New York Carpet
World, $431,000, 6,500
square feet.
Shoe Show Inc., commercial
alteration at 5959 Triangle
Town Blvd. No. 1107,
Triangle Town Center LLC,
$362,000, 12,988 square
feet.
Brookwood Construction
LLC, commercial building
at 5540 Centerview Drive,
TNREF III West Raleigh
LLC Koger Center South,
$328,880, 704 square feet.
Management Resource
Systems, commercial
alteration at 3002 Village
Market Place, Morrisville
Partners LLC, $282,570.
Bradley Construction Inc.,
commercial alteration at
11201 Galleria Ave. No. 101,
Rex CDP Park Land Condo
Owners, $269,000, 5,147
square feet.
$1-2 MILLION
JOHNSTON COUNTY
Ashland Construction
Co., commercial alteration
at 11711 US Highway 70
Business W., $1,531,400,
45,374 square feet.
WAKE COUNTY
Davidson & Jones
Construction Co.,
commercial alteration at
9012 Glenwood Ave. No.
100, F&J Investments
Of Wake County LLC,
$1,000,000, 30,857 square
feet.
$2-3 MILLION
WAKE COUNTY
Alston TC LLC, commercial
building at 5055 Arco St.,
Whole Foods, $2,447,000,
41,368 square feet.
MORE THAN
$3 MILLION
WAKE COUNTY
R.N. Rouse & Co. Inc.,
commercial building at
7025 Kit Creek Road, Cisco,
$4,115,000, 40,000 square
feet.
RR Building
Permits
(Residential)
The following
information is provided
by Construction Insite.
For further information
call 704 553 8828. www.
constructioninsite.com
UNDER $1 MILLION
DURHAM COUNTY
Edward Rose Associates
Inc. S.C., multifamily residences at
5315/5319/5323/5325
Jessip St., Avellan Springs
(each), $981,000, 27,834
square feet.
KMW Builders LLC, multifamily residences alteration
at 1208/1210/1220
Morreene St., Housing
Authority (each), $242,000,
9,440 square feet.
KMW Builders LLC, multifamily residences alteration
at 3307/3309-3312/3406/
3408/3418/3420 Mordecai
St., Housing Authority
(each), $242,000, 9,732
square feet.
KMW Builders LLC, multifamily residences alteration
at 3424/3434/3440/
3446 Glasson St., Housing
Authority (each), $242,000,
9,732 square feet.
JOHNSTON COUNTY
Caviness & Cates Building,
single-family residence
at 205 Tarkenton Court,
Riverwood Athletic Club,
$257,900, 3,978 square
feet.
M/I Homes Of Raleigh,
single-family residence at
19
december 25, 2015 LEADS
117 Wilders Woods Grove
Lane, Wilders Woods Lot 39,
$247,200, 3,296 square
feet.
Royal Oaks Building Group,
single-family residence at
36 Trevor Ridge, Chandlers
Ridge, $236,817, 4,398
square feet.
Caviness & Cates Building,
single-family residence
at 201 Tarkenton Court,
Riverwood Athletic Club,
$234,900, 3,710 square
feet.
Fleming Homes LLC,
single-family residence
at 733 Riverwood Drive,
Riverwood, $220,000, 3,214
square feet.
Glenn Thompson
Contracting Inc., singlefamily residence at 7345 NC
Highway 231, Preserves at
Buckhorn, $220,000, 1,693
square feet.
Jerry Pounds Construction
Inc., single-family residence
at 620 Fontana Drive,
Timberlake, $205,900,
3,686 square feet.
Standard Pacific Of The
Carolinas LLC, single-family
residence at 112 Streelman
Way, Woods at Fairbanks Lot
21, $214,000, 5,885 square
feet.
Standard Pacific Of The
Carolinas LLC, single-family
residence at 1552 Fairbanks
Road, Woods at Fairbanks,
$214,000, 6,129 square
feet.
$1-2 MILLION
WAKE COUNTY
John C. Sanders & Co. LLC,
single-family residence at
1918 Banbury Road, Sunset
Hills Lot 11, $1,600,000,
8,074 square feet.
Bost Construction Co.,
single-family residence
at 4304 Brinleys Cove
Drive, Brinleys Cove Lot 6,
$1,350,000, 7,181 square
feet.
Loyd Builders LLC, singlefamily residence at 125
Dunedin Court, Macgregor
Downs Lot 249, $1,163,000,
9,847 square feet.
MORE THAN
$3 MILLION
M/I Homes Of Raleigh,
single-family residence at
3026 Adonis Circle, Reserve
at Brookhaven Lot 29,
$560,015, 5,126 square
feet.
Harold K. Jordan And Co.
Inc., apartments at 2841
Manorcrest Court, Anderson
Six Forks Apartments LLC
200 East Apartments,
$5,134,715, 57,813 square
feet.
Eastwood Homes Of
Raleigh, single-family
residence at 908 Lily Anne
Court, Hampton Pointe Lot
67, $253,000, 3,585 square
feet.
Lennar Corp., single-family
residence at 501 Christol
St., Cedar Lakes Lot 148,
Dongwen Guo and Junxia
Wang to Shaun and Kristen
Fitzsimmons, 103 Downing
Forest Place, Cary 27519,
Lot 246 Brookstone ID
234649, $415,000.
Lennar Carolinas LLC to
Krishnam Vegesna, 6048
Fryars Gate Court, Cary
27519, Lot 93 Fryars Gate ID
431634, $406,500.
Lennar Carolinas LLC to
Justin Ethan Dodson and
Allison Dodson to Scott J.
DuBois and Autumn L. Teal,
507 Cleveland St., Raleigh
27605, Lot 17 Marcus
Plescia, Ruth Ann Grissom ID
0037710, $505,000.
JW Homes LLC to Ashish
R. and Nidhi Nathaniel,
116 Canterwood Drive, Apex
27539, Lot 1036 Woodcreek
ID 0369928, $551,000.
Sean G. and Diane L. Burke
to Jonathan M. and Jessica
B. Moran, 4329 Willowdale
Court, Apex 27539, Lot 14
Hickory Creek ID 0345200,
$515,000.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Mahesh
Baban Borhade and Sonal
Dilip Shahir, 238 Begen
St., Morrisville 27560, Lot
69 The Birkshires at Town
Commons ID 0422201,
$377,000.
Future Homes By Jim
Thompson Inc. to Gregory
I. and Diane M. Bald, 2808
Brighton Forest Drive, Apex
27539, Lot 9 Brighton Forest
ID 0424261, $465,000.
Eddie W. III and Kathleen
C. Hill to James Arthur
Woodard Jr. and Gail
Louise Woodard, 3316
Whittingham Drive, New Hill
27562, Lot 1B Greenvale ID
0256584, $480,000.
PMT NPL Financing
2015-1 to Peter James
Delisi, 8301 Covington
Hill Way, Apex 27539, Lot
46 Park at West Lake ID
0319362/0679257906,
$450,000.
Medallion Construction
Inc. to Kenneth E. and
Carol A. Bair, 5709 Lena
Bunn Court, Rolesville
27571, Lot 3280 Heritage
East ID 421330, $539,000.
Amward Homes of NC Inc.
to Leah M. Singer and Erika
L. Mackey et al., 100 Hardy
Oaks Way, Holly Springs
27540, Lot 898 Twelve Oaks
ID 0429870, $704,000.
JW Homes LLC to Kimberly
S. Labow, 4820 Sunset
Fairways Drive, Apex 27540,
Lot 1149 Woodcreek ID
0422926, $498,000.
Fredde Joyce Sloanim to
Jeffrey J. and Karen M.
Clymer, 5316 Moonflower
Court, Holly Springs 27540,
Lot 28 Sunset Lake Village ID
0208061, $490,000.
Michael Stuart Bowen to
Michael J. Maysonet, 204
Pointe Park Circle, Holly
Springs 27540, Lot 200
Holly Pointe ID 0410274,
$471,000.
Steven W. and Carole
Gankiewicz to Jason A.
and Jenna Wood, 105
Brightling Way, Holly Springs
27540, Lot 163 Wescott ID
0313442, $447,000.
Gordon C. and Dawn D.
Galzerano fka Dawn D.
Boardman to Byron Mark
Weaver and Jenna L.
Weaver, 121 Brightling Way,
Holly Springs 27540, Lot
159 Wescott ID 0325960,
$443,000.
Amie M. and Garry S. Miller
to Kyle D. and April Horner,
1000 Hollymont Drive,
Holly Springs 27540, Lot 31
Highland at Holly Glen ID
0378005, $430,000.
Charles B. and Kathy A.
Archer to Kenneth W. Jr.
and Jennifer R. Knapp,
4800 Greenpoint Lane,
Holly Springs 27540,
Lot 663 Sunset Forest at
Sunset Ridge ID 0212541,
$421,500.
KB Home Raleigh-Durham
Inc. to Leandro A. and Anna
Marie Eder, 100 Waccamaw
Court, Holly Springs 27540,
Lot 68 The Parks at Bass
Lake ID 431281, $412,000.
Maurice H. and Dorothy W.
Krause to David and Sheila
Hessler, 5417 Denberg
Lane, Raleigh 27606, Lot
9 Dutchman Downs ID
0186063, $412,000.
M/I Homes of Raleigh LLC
to Sherman C. and Allison
L. Lee, 2220 Big Lake Court,
Raleigh 27607, Lot 29
The Woods at Umstead ID
0374953, $815,000.
Capitol City Homes LLC to
Elizabeth A. and Matthew
J. Demeusy, 1617 Sterling
Lake Drive, Wake Forest
27587, Lot 8 The Reserve ID
0417501, $670,000.
Robert Raymond Wilson
and Jennifer Lynn Wilson
to Charles A. and Joy M.
Silber, 11017 Ledbury
Way, Wake Forest 27587,
Lot 24 Mangum Estates ID
0356102, $610,000.
Ralph and Doreen
Tewsbury to Steven L. and
Ruth W. Edwards, 7100
Hawk Hill Court, Wake Forest
27587, Lot 12 St. Ives ID
298600, $590,000.
JW Homes LLC to Laurene
L. Fitzgerald, 1201
Woodland Grove Way, Wake
Forest 27587, Lot 241
Traditions Southwest ID
1841913625, $455,000.
Arthur H.T. Lin and Yi Kung
L.C. Lin to Marcus Kestler
and Carrie Hartley, 1120
Four Wheel, Wake Forest
27587, Lot 4 (2.49 acres)
Lake Ridge Minor ID 222870,
$441,000.
Terramor Homes Inc. to
Keith M. and Lisa Ann
Roseberry, 8841 Knights
Union Way, Wake Forest
27587, Lot 52 Emerald
Woods ID 0424388,
$433,000.
Adam and Mary Jones
to Terry J. and Melissa
I. Rains, 4253 Fawn Lily
Drive, Wake Forest 27587,
Lot 1820 Heritage South ID
0404391, $417,000.
Mark D. Burgess and
Melissa Miller Burgess fka
Melissa Miller to Fernando
N. and Cristie L. Avolio,
1221 Colonial Club Road,
Wake Forest 27587, Lot 16
Heritage Wake Forest ID
0300612, $410,000.
JW Homes LLC to
Mark A. and Anne M.
Braunscheidel, 1204
Woodland Grove Way, Wake
Forest 27587, Lot 269
Traditions Southwest ID
Rick Carlisle and Sara E.
Lawrence to Lemuel D. and
Emily R. Whitsett, 1336
Brooks Ave., Raleigh 27607,
Lot 145/146 and part 144
Sunset Hills ID 0794786093,
$575,000.
Joseph E. Jr. and Sarah C.
Ward to Henry L. IV and
Ashley K. Brathwaite, 817
Wayne Drive, Raleigh 27608,
Lot 39 Whitaker Park ID
1705816077, $935,000.
R. Paxton Badham and
Lucie J. Badham to H.
Glenn White III and
Catherine Charlton White,
2801-305 Glenwood
Gardens Lane, Raleigh
27608, Unit 1405 Building
1 The Gardens on Glenwood
Condominium ID 0296260,
$735,000.
Lisa Marie Dame and Jean
Paul Dame to Mark Brady
and Dana Petri, 10125
Darling St., Raleigh 27613,
Lot 38 Leesville Hollow ID
0340165, $445,000.
Wallace Timothy Cottrell
II and Amanda Sharp
Cottrell to Michael Joseph
Smith and Keli Frances
Smith, 1709 Percheron
Place, Raleigh 27613, Lot
27 Saddleridge ID 177964,
$433,500.
ExperienceOne Homes
LLC to Mark R. and Susan
E. Hembarsky, 12509
Bellstone Lane, Raleigh
27614, Lot 5039 Club Villas
Townhouse Development
Wakefield Plantation ID
0410792, $500,000.
Charles R. Gales to Scott
Christopher Gales and
Elizabeth Williams SmithGales, 12509 Richmond Run
Drive, Raleigh 27614, Lot
7042 Dunleith ID 0250574,
$400,000.
Robert Kelton to John
E. and Judith A. Telling,
8815 Leeshire Lane, Raleigh
27615, Lot 91 Traemoor
Village ID 0303014,
$515,000.
Pamela McClure to Donald
and Anna Joy Bennett,
2317 Finley Ridge Lane,
Raleigh 27615, Lot 6
Finley Crest ID 0366348,
$505,000.
Donna R. Laible fka Donna
E. Bomba Executrix and
Alan Richard Laible to
Scott A. and Kelly K.
Tippins, 9213 Litchford
Road, Raleigh 27615, Lot
83 Muirfield ID 0128992,
$445,000.
David L. Pearce aka David
Lee Pearce and Patricia
L. Pearch aka Patricia
Lee Pearce to William W.
IV and Oksana G. Cobey,
224 Bayleaf Drive, Raleigh
27615, Lot 3 Bayleaf Forest
ID 0027566, $377,000.
L&L of Raleigh Inc. to
Curtis Austin Anderson
and Shanna Dianne
Anderson, 1623 St. Marys
St., Raleigh 27608, Lot 717
Hayes Barton ID 0072853,
$505,000.
Raymond Gamble to
Christopher M. Evans,
1209 Weldon Place, Raleigh
27608, Lot 3 Hess ID
0162415, $495,000.
M/I Homes of Raleigh LLC
to Kathleen K. Gormley,
669 Fallon Grove Way,
Raleigh 27608, Lot 66 The
Grove at Fallon Park ID
0420567, $451,000.
Scott J. Dubois to Joseph
Edwin Ward Jr. and Sarah
C. Ward, 1914 Glenwood
Ave., Raleigh 27608,
Property of T. Michael
McLarry ID 080640,
$376,500.
W. Stacy Miller and Ida
Odom Miller to Ida Odom
Miller, 815-6 Marlowe
Road, Raleigh 27609, Lot 6
Williamsborough Square ID
0096642, $1,050,000.
Richard C. and Sally A.
Boren to Michael Brandon
Jones, 1317 Ravenhurst
Drive, Raleigh 27615, Lot
27 North Ridge Additions
to Haymarket Village ID
0058513, $375,000.
New Market Way LLC to
Linda Goodman Trust,
2905 Turning Brook Lane,
Raleigh 27616, Lot 12 Deep
Run Estates ID 0366574,
$421,000.
se
Eastwood Homes Of
Raleigh, single-family
residence at 8304 Pin Cherry
Drive, Honeycutt Landing
Lot 59, $253,000, 3,585
square feet.
Lennar Carolinas LLC to
Dimpy N. and Nitin Juneja,
6020 Fryars Gate Court, Cary
27519, Lot 96 Fryars Gate ID
431637, $416,500.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Satish
Manchana and Poornima
Nandakumar, 249 Begen
St., Morrisville 27560, Lot
30 The Birkshires at Town
Hall Commons ID 0422179,
$393,000.
Naz and Hanifa Haji to
Daniel J. and Heather
Shanahan, 8412 Norman
Estates Way, Raleigh 27613,
Lot 2 Norman Estates ID
0350690, $767,000.
lu
Eastwood Homes Of
Raleigh, single-family
residence at 830 Middle
Ground Ave., Hampton
Pointe Lot 156, $253,000,
3,585 square feet.
Bin Liu and Yun Ding to
Sumit Bahl and Shweta
Pabby, 5132 Trembath Lane,
Cary 27519, Lot 57 Fryars
Gate ID 0422405, $418,500.
SM Raleigh LLC to Adam
and Pamela A. Schoenfeld,
505-101 John Haywood
Way, Raleigh 27604; 525
John Haywood Way Suite
LH, Raleigh 27604, Unit
201 Building 2 Blout
Street Commons Condo ID
0403917, $435,500.
Shervin Tahssili and
Soheila Amini to Drew
Gainor, 5706 Belmont Valley
Court, Raleigh 27612, Lot
9 Valley Crest ID 0330480,
$562,000.
cia
er
Ahmed Siddiqui, singlefamily residence at 4725
Inwood Road, $260,000.
Ed Kasper and Xiu Huan
Kasper to Abhinav Mishra
and Divya Shukla, 314
Euphoria Circle, Cary
27519, Lot 154 Harmony ID
0360605, $423,000.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Gandhi Raj
Munuswamy Padmanabhan
et al., 235 Begen St.,
Morrisville 27560, Lot 37
The Birkshires at Town Hall
Commons ID 0422186,
$409,000.
Daryl Grout and Susan
Montgomery-Grout to
Tracy Schrieber, 4727
Nifflin St., Raleigh 27612;
400 W. North St. No. 1530,
Raleigh 27603, Unit 1530
West Condominium ID
0252286, $630,000.
mm
Heritage Remodel & Design
LLC, single-family residence
at 122 E. Whitaker Mill Road,
$337,198, 3,028 square
feet.
Pulte Home Corp. to
Siddharth N. Potnis and
Manasi Vadhavkar, 2109
Chipley Drive, Cary 27519,
Lot 209 Village at the Park
ID 0432458, $431,000.
Thomas Luther to
Matthew David Staton
and Jennifer Claire Staton
Simmons, 411 Cutler St.,
Raleigh 27603, Lot 122
Boylan Heights ID 029806,
$505,000.
co
Raleigh Custom Homes
Inc., single-family residence
at 7316 Ledford Grove
Lane, Hasentree Lot 608,
$400,000, 4,970 square
feet.
Lennar Carolinas LLC to
Rajesh Narramneni, 5729
Hurkett Court, Cary 27519,
Lot 100 Fryars Gate ID
431662, $431,500.
M/I Homes of Raleigh LLC
to Chun Lei Huang, P.O.
Box 319, Morrisville 27560;
108 Winterview Place, Apex
27539, Lot 21 Woodcreek ID
0411712, $450,000.
for
M/I Homes Of Raleigh,
single-family residence at
3017 Adonis Circle, Reserve
at Brookhaven Lot 39,
$431,526, 4,464 square
feet.
Lennar Carolinas LLC
to Anitha Chidirala and
Kondal Reddy Yedavelli,
5816 Fryar Lane, Cary
27519, Lot 124 Fryars Gate
ID 431684, $440,500.
Matthew J. and Emily B.
Szymanski to Ashley C.
Linton, 400-1510 W. North
St., Raleigh 27603, Unit
1510 West Condominium ID
0403556, $538,000.
ot
Imperial Custom Homes
Inc., single-family residence
at 5817 Shawood Drive, Lot
1, $472,306, 4,722 square
feet.
William E. and Keiko
Merendoni to Robert and
Gabriela Hill, 108 Kettlewell
Court, Cary 27519, Lot
510 Wellsley ID 0198622,
$448,000.
Michele Larussa and Philip
Robert Goepel to Craig
A. and Susan A. Collard,
105 Four Meadows Lane,
Morrisville 27560, Lot 1217
Crabtree Crossing Estates ID
289162, $999,000.
-N
Homes by Dickerson,
single-family residence at
7005 Bartons Bend Way,
Bartons Creek Lot 33,
$495,000, 5,199 square
feet.
JW Homes LLC to Jason
S. and Britta Boster, 104
Canterwood Drive, Apex
27539, Lot 1033 Woodcreek
ID 0369925, $563,500.
NVR Inc. dba Ryan Homes
to James D. Phifer, 509
Opposition Way, Wake Forest
27587, Lot 60 Bishops Grant
ID 0428365, $392,000.
ls
M/I Homes Of Raleigh,
single-family residence at
3016 Adonis Circle, Reserve
at Brookhaven Lot 30,
$498,973, 5,042 square
feet.
Brian Scott Hill and
Mary Ashley Nunn
Hill to Ilangovan
Veerasingam and Rubana
Raveendrasriskantha, 7529
McCrimmon Parkway, Cary
27519, Lot 24 Village Square
at Amberly ID 352740,
$480,000.
Ole and Marianne Graff to
Donald C. and Tracey A.
Savino, 4217 Summer Brook
Drive, Apex 27539, Lot 181
Jamison Park ID 0326005,
$587,000.
K. Hovnanian Homes
at Brook Manor LLC to
Michael W. Hughes, 200
Horncliffe Way, Holly Springs
27540, Lot 121 Brook Manor
ID 0428124, $376,000.
na
Mangrum Building LLC,
single-family residence at
2324 Victoria Park Lane,
Wakefield Plantation Lot
6018, $499,041, 5,359
square feet.
Richard Caira aka Richard
J. Caira Jr. and Melissa
Caira to Stephen R. and
Gia A. Pace, 225 Candia
Lane, Cary 27519, Lot 47
Highcroft ID 0734474842,
$495,500.
Royal Oaks Building
Group LLC to Jason M. and
Heather M. Shepherd, 851
Kaylin Lane, Apex 27523,
Lot 32 The Trace II ID
0427769, $381,500.
Stephen N. Peskar and
Kimberly D. SamsonPeskar to Thomas P. and
Rachel E. Sibley, 1109 Lake
Valley Drive, Wake 27587,
Lot 135 Sutherland ID
1812081227, $394,000.
ur
Mangrum Building LLC,
single-family residence
at 5317 Poyner Road,
Hamptons at Umstead Lot
74, $520,391, 7,444 square
feet.
Harold K. Jordan And Co.
Inc., apartments at 2830
Manorcrest Court, Anderson
Six Forks Apartments LLC
200 East Apartments,
$4,397,569, 50,052 square
feet.
Betty D. and Joseph Philip
Moore to Crosswind
Development Inc., c/o 2550
Capital Blvd., Creedmoor
27522; 13833 Capital Blvd.,
Wake Forest 27587, metes
and bounds (30.527 acres)
ID 0016814, $1,050,000.
KB Home Raleigh-Durham
Inc. to Jason Matthew
Dodds and Dava B. Dodds,
212 Congaree Drive, Holly
Springs 27540, Lot 57
The Parks at Bass Lake ID
431270, $388,500.
Jo
M/I Homes Of Raleigh,
single-family residence at
3012 Adonis Circle, Reserve
at Brookhaven Lot 31,
$534,316, 5,577 square
feet.
Harold K. Jordan And Co.
Inc., apartments at 2821
Manorcrest Court, Anderson
Six Forks Apartments LLC
200 East Apartments,
$4,504,583, 51,270 square
feet.
Lennar Carolinas LLC to
Madhu Varadaraju, 6033
Fryars Gate Court, Cary
27519, Lot 88 Fryars Gate ID
431629, $378,500.
Gregory W. and Lori S.
Needham, 3835 Glen Iris
Lake, Raleigh 27612, Lot 28
Glenlake South ID 0338740,
$790,000.
Standard Pacific of the
Carolinas LLC to Paul E.
and Shyrill Lasher, 3368
Mountain Hill Drive, Wake
Forest 27587, Lot 134
Homestead at Heritage ID
0424760, $404,000.
s
es
sin
Bu
Gephart Hill Building Co.
LLC, single-family residence
at 1200 Westmoreland
Drive, North Hills,
$559,243, 6,107 square
feet.
Lennar Carolinas LLC to
Sreenivasa R. and Srihari
Tubati, 5736 Hurkett Court,
Cary 27519, Lot 103 Fryars
Gate ID 431665, $380,500.
0421761, $410,000.
M/I Homes of Raleigh
LLC to Julie A. Hegner,
228 Sour Mash Court,
Holly Springs 27540, Lot
1005 Twelve Oaks PUD ID
0427559, $396,000.
ity
WAKE COUNTY
Pulte Home Corp. to
Srikanth Penumadula,
2117 Chipley Drive, Cary
27519, Lot 207 Village
at the Park ID 0432456,
$402,500.
C
an
WAKE COUNTY
Hari Pilla, 6049 Fryars Gate
Court, Cary 27519, Lot 92
Fryars Gate ID 431633,
$405,000.
ic
er
Am
Summerlin Builders Inc.,
single-family residence at
170 Holly Berry Lane, Holly
Berry Farm Lot 1, $210,975,
2,813 square feet.
$235,000, 4,337 square
feet.
Anna L. Rhodes to Cross
Development CC Apex
LLC, 5317 Inverrary Drive,
Plano, Texas 75093; 1920
Laura Duncan Road, Apex
27523, metes and bounds (5
acres) ID 0742.08-98-7022,
$1,525,000.
RR Assumed
Names
DURHAM COUNTY
Reliant Funding Group
LLC, 212 Washington Ave.,
Bridgeville, Pa. 15017.
MG Painting, 200 Easy St.,
Oxford 27565.
Raleigh Custom Homes Inc.
to Richard J. Passerine,
5523 Alpine Drive, Raleigh
27609, Lot 2 Fairfax Hills
Park ID 0415307, $675,000.
Brite Collective, 307 Watts
St. Apt. B, Durham 27701.
Lou Oakley Cunningham
to Wendy Goff Joyner,
3611 Rolston Drive, Raleigh
27609, Lot 20 Ramblewood
II ID 0354544, $585,000.
Thorb Lawn Care Services,
104 English Ivy Drive,
Durham 27703.
Eric Andrew Spong and
Bernadette M. Spong to
Davins Cleaning, 1002
Cleveland St., Durham
27701.
A Sweet Sound, 21 Vestrial
Lane, Durham 27703.
Gaia Verse, 410 Southshore
Parkway, Durham 27703.
Fayetteville 28314.
Little to None, 2198 Chapel
Hill Road, Durham 27703.
Moorish American
Publishing Co., 6493
Tarreytown Drive,
Fayetteville 28314.
Will’s Towing, 4605 Tyne
Drive, Durham 27703.
Kleen Rite, 16 S. Indian
Creek Place, Durham 27703.
Mollo’s, 202 Denver Ave.,
Durham 27704.
Empower Me Books, 6
Heatherford Court, Durham
27704.
Empower Me Stem, 6
Heatherford Court, Durham
27704.
Working For You, 200
Erlwood Way No. 202,
Durham 27704.
Shon’s Automotive Group,
2114 Buffalo Way, Durham
27704.
Pro-Flooring and
Maintenance Services,
15 Mirando Place, Durham
27707.
Iris Entre Consturas, 1907
House Ave., Durham 27707.
T.S. Priester Tax Service,
3326 Durham-Chapel Hill
Blvd. Building E Suite 100,
Durham 27707.
Katelyn Leanne Real Estate
Group, 2105 Alpine Road,
Durham 27707.
JB Janitorial Services, 114
Parquest St., Durham 27707.
Cox and Haumann Property
Management, 4905
Guinevere Court, Durham
27712.
Denron Logistics, 1101
Exchange Place Apt. 622,
Durham 27713.
Boomerang Tax Service,
5225-D Penrith Drive,
Durham 27713.
Green Roots Environmental
Design, 4137 S. Alston Ave.,
Durham 27713.
RNH Technologies, 104
Wood Valley Court, Durham
27713.
Israel Hernandez
Contratista, 13 Armer Lane,
Newton Grove 28366.
ORANGE COUNTY
Cole’s Pressure
Washington, 206 Haywards
Lane, Mebane 27302.
Chapel Hill Staging, 3902
Sweeten Creek Road, Chapel
Hill 27514.
Acupuncture at Eastowne,
800 Eastowne Drive, Chapel
Hill 27514.
Anchor Management, 5
Lacrosse Place, Chapel Hill
27517.
Cheeky Chic, 4607 Hope
Valley Road Apt. A, Durham
27707.
Pines Sportsnet/
Pinesparts.net, 913-A
Shady Lawn Road Ext, Chapel
Hill 27514.
Piedmont Sundial/
Piedmont Mundial, 913-A
Shady Lawn Road Ext.,
Chapel Hill 27514.
KCL Accounting and
Bookkeeping Services, 242
Valley Park Drive, Chapel Hill
27514.
MV Trak, 1205 Blackwood
Mountain Road, Chapel Hill
27516.
North Carolina Study
Center, 206 W. Cameron
Ave., Chapel Hill 27516.
Honeysuckle Meadery,
8507 Pickards Meadow
Road, Chapel Hill 27516.
All City Realty, 6493
Tarreytown Drive,
Fayetteville 28314.
Action Realty, 6493
Tarreytown Drive,
Fayetteville 28314.
Moorish American Civil
Registry, 6493 Tarreytown
Drive, Fayetteville 28314.
Speedway #6974, 500
Speedway Drive, Enon, Ohio
45323.
Rock Solid Properties LLC,
10421 S. Jordan Gateway
Suite 600, South Jordan,
Utah 84095.
WAKE COUNTY
Indecomm Global Services,
379 Thornall St. Second
Floor, Edison, N.J. 08837.
Cherry Promotions, 33
W. Main St. Suite 307,
Elmsford, N.Y. 10523.
Sleeping Giant Designs,
417 Applecross Drive, Cary
27511.
Erb Office Installation, 810
Pamlico Drive, Cary 27511.
Artisian Quality Roofing,
304 Amberglow Place, Cary
27513.
Power Tech Electric, 506
Reely Creek Road, Cary
27513.
Next Venture Homes, 2474
Walnut St. Suite 300, Cary
27518.
Joy Forever Realty, 4968
Highcroft Drive, Cary 27519.
Credo Collective, 21136
Bradford Green Square, Cary
27519.
Polyphony Music Designs,
1123 Brook Arbor Drive,
Cary 27519.
Peak Medical Solutions,
1017 Batchelor Road, Apex
27523.
Wordsmith Ideas, 1331
Park Summit Blvd., Apex
27523.
J.M.M. Home
Improvements, 1318
Pineview Drive, Garner
27529.
Cole’s Produce Patch, 4525
Benson Road, Garner 27529.
D&Q Food Truck, 332 Steel
Hopper Way, Garner 27529.
International Hair
Professionals, 100 Upton
Court, Garner 27529.
At Ease Therapeutic
Massage, 2652 New Oxford
Drive, Apex 27539.
Ada’s Miracle Cleaning,
3949 Circle Drive, Apex
27539.
Service Medic, 213
Magnolia Meadow Way,
Holly Springs 27540.
GAT RV Consulting, 1018
Tarford Place, Knightdale
27545.
Perfectly Portioned, 109
Dean Place, Knightdale
27545.
Madilin & Co., 222 Friesan
Way, Rolesville 27571.
BioHealth Ventures, 1409
Sand Hollow Circle, Wake
Forest 27587.
Barnes Family Mobile
Veterinary Service, 301
Springtime Fields Lane,
Wake Forest 27587.
Million Dollar Made
Merchandise, 2618 Old
Greensboro Road, Chapel Hill
27516.
M-KAL Enterprises LLC
dba Trimax Car Care
Center, 2616 Leighton
Ridge Drive, Wake Forest,
Fla. 27587.
Exclusive Cleaning Service,
2618 Old Greensboro Road,
Chapel Hill 27516.
Eagles Rock Software, 513
S. Main St., Wake Forest
27587.
UPS Store 3361, 117
Kinsdale Drive, Chapel Hill
27517.
Top Flight Security, 2708
Freeman Drive, Wendell
27591.
JC Restaurant Equipment
Repairs, 6320 New Sharon
Church Road, Rougemont
27572.
R.C.G. Stone Brick, 7805
King Fish Lane, Zebulon
27597.
Acorn Industrial, 7311 ACC
Blvd., Raleigh 27617.
Garner Cleveland Record,
215 S. McDowell St.,
Raleigh 27601.
Elemental Touch,
6493 Tarreytown Drive,
Fayetteville 28314.
MHD Non-Profit
Consulting, 213 N. Boylan
Ave. Unit B, Raleigh 27603.
Moorish Science Temple
of America Branch Temple
7, 6493 Tarreytown Drive,
Fayetteville 28314.
Prosperous Living
Community Center, 3412
Lakewood Drive, Raleigh
27604.
Moorish Science Temple
of America Finance,
6493 Tarreytown Drive,
Key Masters, 2209 Tucca
Way, Raleigh 27604.
A&A Mini Mart, 1295
20 Triangle Business JOURNAL
LEADS
Schaub Drive Apt. A,
Raleigh 27606.
Buckhorn Road, Garner
27529.
The Creative Exchange,
5409 Portree Place Apt.
15, Raleigh 27606.
ETC Services Lawns, 4151
Battle Field Drive, Garner
27529.
2nd Chance Pet
Adoptions, 6003 Chapel
Hill Road Suite 133,
Raleigh 27607.
Charmayne’s Christian
Care, 135 Oakton Ridge
Place, Garner 27529.
Raleighwood Real Estate,
2806 Wayland Drive,
Raleigh 27608.
Tarheel Beauty Solutions,
6140 Falls of Neuse Road
Suite 36, Raleigh 27609.
Cruz Brick Services, 1221
Bentley Lane, Raleigh
27610.
I&D Professionals, 3021
Ogilvy Court Unit 103,
Raleigh 27610.
Euromotors North
Carolina, 1100-111
Corporation Parkway,
Raleigh 27610.
Azriel Transportation
Courtesy, 6905 Glendower
Road No. C, Raleigh 27613.
Thomas Guerriero, 1421
Deltona Drive, Raleigh
27615.
God Mode MMA, 4721
Capital Club Court Apt. E,
Raleigh 27616.
The Creative Agency,
4341 Karlbrook Lane,
Raleigh 27616.
The Landing, 105
Adventure Trail, Cary
27513.
Signed Sweet, 1211
Waterford Forest Circle,
Cary 27513.
Three Apples Health
Coaching, 6109 Ivy Ridge
Road, Raleigh 27612.
Workforce Success, 3434
Edwards Mill Road Suite
112-225, Raleigh 27612.
Organic Now, 7772 Silver
View Lane, Raleigh 27613.
Realty Raleigh, 8514 Eden
Park Drive, Raleigh 27613.
Element Hot Yoga LLC,
4307 Russling Leaf Lane,
Raleigh 27613.
Rolesville Pediatric
Dentistry, 10931 Raven
Ridge Road Suite 105,
Raleigh 27614.
Hale-Coley Enterprises,
14460 Falls of Neuse Road
Suite 149-258, Raleigh
27614.
Matthew J. Wiggs DMD,
7509 Six Forks Road Suite
201, Raleigh 27615.
Lloyd’s Tree Service,
6808 Chesterbrook Court
Apt. 302, Raleigh 27615.
Astonishing Landscape
and Lawncare, 7217
Brookbank Lane, Raleigh
27615.
Notes Unlimited, 9660138 Falls of Neuse Road
No. 277, Raleigh 27615.
McCord Services LLC,
1533 Ellis Road Suite
H-101, Durham 27703.
Datatech Consulting LLC,
1803 Hemlock Hill Drive,
Durham 27703.
Klean Crew Corp. LLC, 7
Gateview Court, Durham
27703.
Elite Wireless NC LLC,
933 N. Miami Blvd.,
Durham 27703.
Positive Prints
Professional Services
LLC, 1821 Hillandale Road
Suite 1B-256, Durham
27705.
PAG Insurance Co. Inc.,
1911 Hillandale Road Suite
1020, Durham 27705.
Innoleaders Education &
Technology LLC, 720 S.
La Salle St. Apt. K, Durham
27705.
Vega Investments LLC,
1921 N. Pointe Drive Suite
210, Durham 27705.
Hope Aaa Construction
LLC, 212 Broad St. Apt.
E-52, Durham 27705.
Morrissey Consultants
LLC, 4725 Ganesh Place,
Durham 27705.
Bently’s Pet Spa LLC,
4800 University Drive,
Durham 27707.
Ride The Sky Stables LLC,
5206 George King Road,
Durham 27707.
Fauntleroy Properties
LLC, 2024 Jersey Ave.,
Durham 27707.
Carolina Jars, 4039
Cashew Drive, Raleigh
27616.
Yuko Refinishing, 10501
Green Level Church Road,
Cary 27519.
BB Cleaning, 6400 Fox
Road, Raleigh 27616.
R.J. Evans Investments
& Holding LLC, 2602
Fayetteville St., Durham
27707.
D&M Property
Investments, 1337 Old
American Health
Services, 2551 Ravenhill
Drive, Fayetteville 28303.
Sovereign Medical
Supply, 137 Stoneybrook
Mombasa Estates LLC, 11
W. Bayberry Court, Durham
27713.
The Yeast Roll Co. LLC,
103 Woodcrest Drive,
Chapel Hill 27516.
1st Integrity Financial
Services LLC, 1005
Park Glen Place, Durham
27713-8999.
The Gavlyn Group LLC,
108 Jones Creek Place,
Chapel Hill 27516.
Free Spirit Tiny Homes
LLC, 200 Deer Ridge Drive,
Chapel Hill 27516.
JOHNSTON COUNTY
Traditionalist Worker
Party National
Committee LLC, 2517
Federal Road, Benson
27504.
Ellwood Capital LLC, 205
Maywood Way, Chapel Hill
27516.
Best Of The Bull LLC,
2105 Alpine Road, Durham
27707.
Tatum Law Group PLLC,
3511 Shannon Road Suite
200, Durham 27707.
J. Scott Dick CPA PLLC,
3742 Swarthmore Road,
Durham 27707.
Stony Brook Farms LLC,
4711 Hope Valley Road
Suite 4-F No. 214, Durham
27707.
X-Celeprint Ltd., 3021
Cornwallis Road, Research
Triangle Park 27709.
Jenny Jo’s Shopping
The Solutions Group Inc.,
2800 Winningham Road,
Chapel Hill 27516.
Golden Rose 70 Inc., 1255
Crescent Green Suite 105,
Cary 27518.
Hillsborough Strength
& Conditioning LLC, 309
Barclay Road, Chapel Hill
27516.
Clayton Health Zone LLC,
106 N. Lombard St. Suite
100, Clayton 27520.
Firefly Hotglass LLC, 310
Brandywine Road, Chapel
Hill 27516.
Severe Solutions LLC,
1215 Contender Drive,
Clayton 27520.
Antipodean Ventures LLC,
1313 Arboretum Drive,
Chapel Hill 27517.
Dale David LLC, 13376 US
Highway 70 W. Business,
Clayton 27520.
Hidden Barn Gate LLC,
3330 Jack Road Suite B,
Clayton 27520.
Liberty Tax Service, 307
Millsford Hill Place, Cary
27518.
J&J Waller Transport LLC,
1732 E. Honey Springs
Ave., Fuquay-Varina
27526.
Guilford Insurance
Services Inc., 715
Gimghoul Road, Chapel Hill
27514.
Titan Efurniture
Industries Inc., 1400
Oakland Ave., Durham
27705.
Doone Right The First
Time LLC, 2110 Concord
St., Durham 27707.
Bottle Rev, 2024 Hawkins
St., Durham 27703.
Clinical Community
Solutions LLC, 4312
Waterford Valley Drive Apt.
1321, Durham 27713.
Robert S. Pleasant PA,
300 W. Main St., Clayton
27520.
From Our Vintage Point,
P.O. Box 293, Raleigh
27615.
JKG Cleaning Services,
729 Champlain Court, Cary
27519.
Auto Trans Casualty
Inc., 715 Gimghoul Road,
Chapel Hill 27514.
Ecogreen Clean LLC,
4615 Jimmy Rogers Road,
Durham 27704.
Orbis Tertius Tutoring
& Editorial, 713 Madison
Ave., Cary 27513.
Acorn Industrial, 7311
ACC Blvd., Raleigh 27617.
BAW Consulting LLC,
3025 Courtney Creek
Blvd., Durham 27713.
New Life Painting LLC,
152 Pay Day Lane, Clayton
27520.
Steve’s Home Services,
713 Madison Ave., Cary
27513.
Reporting House Inc.,
210 Joseph Pond Lane,
Cary 27519.
Pendergraft Page
Properties II LLC, 1829 E.
Franklin St. Suite 800-B,
Chapel Hill 27514.
Pocket Square Partner
LLC, 404 Asbury Court,
Durham 27703.
Triangle Auto Brokers,
9660-138 Falls of Neuse
Road No. 277, Raleigh
27615.
Westgate Preowned,
6421 Old Westgate Road,
Raleigh 27617.
Synergy Research Group
Inc., 2530 Meridian
Parkway Suite 300 Office
3007, Durham 27713.
Minded LLC, 615 Churchill
Drive, Chapel Hill 27517.
The Culler Co. LLC, 10
Hamilton Road, Chapel Hill
27517.
Midway Home
Improvement LLC, 715
Harolds N. Field Drive,
Cedar Grove 27231.
Goodwin Chase LLC, 425
S. Lombard St., Clayton
27520.
CNT Concrete LLC, 1801
Old NC 10 Trailer 512,
Hillsborough 27278.
Custom Masonry Service
LLC, 12270 Buffalo Road,
Clayton 27527.
Revitalize Churches Inc.,
216 Townsend Drive,
Clayton 27527.
Ford Meadows LLC, 5160
NC Highway 42 W., Garner
27529.
Steel Bridge Crossing
LLC, 5160 NC Highway 42
W., Garner 27529.
Twisted Pine LLC, 1139
Princeton-Kenly Road,
Kenly 27542.
Audiosmith Inc., 1982
Piney Grove Church Road,
Kenly 27542.
Jenny & Johnson Group
Inc., 406-D S. Church St.,
Kenly 27542.
ELJON LLC, 107 N. Peedin
Ave., Pine Level 27568.
Chris Roofing Co. Inc.,
122 Boyette Drive, Selma
27576.
Vesta Enterprises
Inc., 235 E. Market St.,
Smithfield 27577.
The Lampe Reserves
Inc., 235 E. Market St.,
Smithfield 27577.
ORANGE COUNTY
Awesome 1 LLC, 3002
Little River Drive,
Hillsborough 27278.
Six Scoops Farm Ice
Cream LLC, 3109
Dairyland Road,
Hillsborough 27278.
Contractors911 LLC, 200
Cardinal Drive Suite B,
Hillsborough 27278.
86 St. LLC, 102 S. Merritt
Mill Road, Carrboro 27510.
Martha Newport Realty
Group LLC, 114 Purple
Leaf Place, Carrboro
27510.
Henderson Place II LLC,
101 N. Columbia St.,
Chapel Hill 27514.
Henson Enterprises LLC,
101 N. Columbia St.,
Chapel Hill 27514.
East West Water Street
LLC, 1450 Environ Way,
Chapel Hill 27514.
Cal & Co., 1003 Karen
Woods Road, Chapel Hill
27516.
Red Building LLC, 1652
Purple Sage Lane, Chapel
Hill 27516.
Red Collective LLC, 1652
Purple Sage Lane, Chapel
Hill 27516.
Altair Protech LLC, 1530
Haywards Heath Lane,
Apex 27502.
Novi Diagnostics Inc.,
5448 Apex Peakway No.
163, Apex 27502-3924.
Chad J. Kimbrough DDS
PLLC, 201 Shannon Oaks
Circle Suite 200, Cary
27511.
Sai Medhus LLC, 3108
Misty Rise Drive, Cary
27519.
Relax & Unwine LLC,
419 E. Main St., Clayton
27520.
Agape International
Maxima Inc. (AIM), 8300
Jenks Road, Apex 27523.
Bones Brothers Hauling
LLC, 3029 Dragan Hills
Drive, Wake Forest 27587.
Mark 6:31 LLC, 4804
Draycroft Place, FuquayVarina 27526.
JLT Management Group
LLC, 3725 Coach Lantern
Ave., Wake Forest 27587.
Realty 64 LLC, 1605 S.
Main St., Fuquay-Varina
27526.
Tentmakers Consulting
Services LLC, 3725 Coach
Lantern Ave., Wake Forest
27587.
Avidity Innovations LLC,
709 Apalachia Lake Drive,
Fuquay-Varina 27526.
Sfive Group LLC, 202
Academy St., FuquayVarina 27526.
HML Sports Intercultural
Corp., 901 Kildaire Farm
Road Building D-5 Suite C,
Cary 27511.
Bucket & Ladder Cleaning
Services LLC, 130
Gatewood Ridge Court,
Garner 27529.
Skyview Retractables
LLC, 103 Stourbridge
Circle, Cary 27511.
Behringer Investment
LLC, 206 Penny St., Garner
27529.
TCN Services Inc., 744-J
E. Chatham St., Cary
27511.
Omega Title Insurance
LLC, 133 US Highway 70
W., Garner 27529.
Servienvios LLC, 750 E.
Chatham St., Cary 27511.
KBC Realty LLC, 108 Fare
Stone Drive, Garner 27529.
Pack & Ship Network LLC,
1408 Highland Trail, Cary
27511.
JH Paint Enterprises LLC,
4132 Mountainbrook Road,
Apex 27539.
Carolina Crush Soccer
LLC, 117 Westview Cove
Lane, Cary 27513.
Bruce Knight General
Contractor LLC, 8108
Rosiere Drive, Apex 27539.
Nicholas CPA PLLC, 10000
Centre Green Way Suite
200, Cary 27513.
Figueroa Construction
LLC, 4624 Arrowhead
Drive, Apex 27539-9384.
Blue Leaf Homes LLC, 705
King St., Cary 27513.
A&K Stores LLC, 401
Sturminster Drive, Holly
Springs 27540.
TBF Capital Group LLC,
3442 Renaissance Park
Place, Cary 27513.
Tax Advisors Of Cary LLC,
140 Preston Executive
Drive Suite H, Cary 27513.
SGN Hotels LLC, 217 Cole
Valley Drive, Cary 27513.
Zenith Brazilian Jiu
Jitsu Academy LLC, 315
Harvest Row Court, Cary
27513.
Soltero Holdings LLC,
5509 Solomans Seal Court,
Holly Springs 27540.
Springs Enterprises LLC,
412 Magnolia Meadow
Way, Holly Springs 27540.
Scotland Consolidated
Properties LLC, 624 Holly
Springs Road No. 336,
Holly Springs 27540.
Ez Realty Group LLC, 100
Abbott Ridge Court, Holly
Springs 27540.
AFVH LLC, 100 N. Main
St., Holly Springs 27540.
Charter Schools USA At
Cabarrus High School
LLC, 150 Fayetteville St.
Box 1011, Raleigh 27601.
Proflex Physical Therapy
Of North Carolina LLC,
150 Fayetteville St. Box
1011, Raleigh 27601.
Reep-OFC Eleven Water
Ridge NC LLC, 150
Fayetteville St. Box 1011,
Raleigh 27601.
Reep-OFC Two Water
Ridge NC LLC, 150
Fayetteville St. Box 1011,
Raleigh 27601.
Renew Financial I LLC,
150 Fayetteville St. Box
1011, Raleigh 27601.
Bernal Construction
Services Inc., 159
Maywood Ave., Raleigh
27603.
Moon Goddess Weaving
& Fiber Works LLC, 6900
Guy Johnson Lane, Raleigh
27603.
Blannie Cheng PLLC,
832 Historian St., Raleigh
27603.
Bionpharma Healthcare
LLC, 327 Hillsborough St.,
Raleigh 27603.
Remarkable Living
Institute LLC, 2500
Regency Parkway, Cary
27518.
Brown Carr Trucking LLC,
1104 Ranchester Road,
Knightdale 27545.
The Northgate Group
Construction Co. LLC,
1008 W. South St., Raleigh
27603.
PFB Publishing LLC, 1321
English Cottage Lane, Cary
27518.
Dominion Dwellings LLC,
1204 Village Market Place
Suite 172, Morrisville
27560.
Tapz Inc., 300
Michelangelo Way, Cary
27518.
Dream Blossoms LLC,
334 Long Millgate Road,
Morrisville 27560.
EWT 43 LLC, 507 W. Peace
St. Suite 101, Raleigh
27603.
Dogonitz LLC, 3002
Gregory Manor Court, Cary
27518.
PHO 919 LLC, 3504 Davis
Drive, Morrisville 27560.
Pelican’s Snoballs VA
LLC, 203 Winterlochen
Road, Raleigh 27603.
LMS Construction LLC,
107 Cedar Cliff Court, Cary
27518.
Compagina Inc., 6236 Kit
Creek Road, Morrisville
27560.
Tech Banyan Inc.,
305 Mannington Drive,
Morrisville 27560.
TWG Aviation LLC, 303
W. Barbee Chapel Road,
Chapel Hill 27517.
Janice’s Yellow Tomatoes
LLC, 242 Northlands Drive,
Cary 27519.
ABC System Services LLC,
6205 Farrington Road Apt.
N-7, Chapel Hill 27517.
NGRE LLC, 849 River Song
Place, Cary 27519.
Little Village Learning
Centers LLC, 923 Crabtree
Crossing Parkway,
Morrisville 27560.
View Soft Solutions Inc.,
1736 Colleen Circle, Cary
27519.
Deja Do LLC, 6328 Kit
Creek Oad, Morrisville
27560.
Infinity Hospitality LLC,
204 Riggsbee Farm Drive,
Cary 27519.
Seediq LLC, 5625 Chimney
Swift Drive, Wake Forest
27587.
Krotts Corp., 600 Eton Hall
Lane Apt. 101, Cary 27519.
Innate Properties LLC,
2824 Rogers Road Suite
204, Wake Forest 27587.
Melissa Cartwright
Consulting LLC, 2598
Red Wolf Public Sector
LLC, 5 W. Hargett St. Suite
1003, Raleigh 27601.
Phastar Inc., 327
Hillsborough St., Raleigh
27603.
J.L. Stracke Corp., 450
Rose Point Drive, Cary
27518.
WAKE COUNTY
Deasy Co. LLC, 556 New
Bern Ave., Raleigh 27601.
Temg Professional
Services LLC, 1005 Tellis
Drive, Knightdale 27545.
Atlantis Advisors LLC,
400 W. Rosemary St. Suite
111, Chapel Hill 27516.
MBMH LLC, 200-J Pomona
Drive, Greensboro 27407.
The Law Office Of Dewey
P. Brinkley PA, 16 W.
Martin St., Raleigh 27601.
Your Crm Team Inc., 1289
Fordham Blvd. No. 177,
Chapel Hill 27514.
MacKenan Investment
Group LLC, 110 MacKenan
Drive, Cary 27518.
Automotive Consultants
Of NC LLC, 2400 Broad
St. Second Floor, Durham
27704
Silver Slippers Senior Day
Care LLC, 485 Old Wilson
Road, Wendell 27591.
Gastonia 1228
Investments LLC, 327
Hillsborough St., Raleigh
27603.
DG Design Build LLC, 305
Tobacco Farm Way, Chapel
Hill 27516.
Barbara Aldridge &
Mary Simmons LLC,
605 Orchard Place,
Hillsborough 27278.
MDP Accounting & Tax
LLC, 485 Old Wilson Road,
Wendell 27591.
WBE Properties LLC, 320
Covenant Rock Lane, Holly
Springs 27540.
Zymeron Corp., 2 Couch
Road, Chapel Hill 27516.
Sleepy Cat Sound LLC,
310 W. Poplar Ave.,
Carrboro 27540.
Big Dog Property
Management Inc., 1780
Heritage Center Drive Suite
104, Wake Forest 27587.
MFG Investments Inc.,
829 Highwater Place,
Fuquay-Varina 27526.
Hanson Painting LLC,
1421 E. Broad St. No. 123,
Fuquay-Varina 27526.
Friendship Veterinary
Imaging PLLC, 127
Westview Cove Lane, Cary
27513.
Rosser & Smith Transport
Inc., 612 Magnolia Forest
Court, Wake Forest 27587.
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo
Cleaning Services LLC,
3025 Vidal Court, Wake
Forest 27587.
Ready To Start Living
LLC, 1249 Kildaire Farm
Road No. 205, Cary 27511.
Mania Greens I LLC, 101
Arlington Ridge, Cary
27513.
Wake Forest 27587.
Next Level Services LLC,
3209 Lebrun Path, FuquayVarina 27526.
Taylor Consulting
Enterprises LLC, 308
Canon Gate Drive, Cary
27518.
AFB Construction Co.
LLC, 3808 Ode Turner
Road, Hillsborough 27278.
Fig Garden LLC, 110
Lake Time LLC, 1138
Bexley Hills Bend, Apex
27502.
se
Glossary Books, 713
Madison Ave., Cary 27513.
Angie Watts, 4501 New
Bern Ave. Suite 130-270,
Raleigh 27610-1550.
Jeanette Sarbo PhD PLLC,
180 Providence Road Suite
9, Chapel Hill 27514.
Carolina EB-5 Regional
Center LLC, 804 Trendy
Lane, Apex 27502.
lu
Daniel’s Auto Service
& Sales, 333 E. Durham
Road, Cary 27511.
Heart of the Hound, 6416
The Lakes Drive Apt. G,
Raleigh 27609.
Ifala LLC, 1920 E. NC
Highway 54, Durham
27713.
Sweet Springs LLC, 3024
Buckingham Way, Apex
27502.
cia
er
Dostan and Raman, 8 N.
Broad St. No. E., Angier
27501.
JB Tile & Design, 1212
Athens Drive Apt. A,
Raleigh 27606.
Investor’s Title Captive
Co. Inc., 121 N. Columbia
St., Chapel Hill 27514.
Chatham Center LLC,
2081 Shepherds Vineyard
Drive Suite 102, Apex
27502.
mm
Maaco Auto Paint &
Collision, 2200 N. Church
St., Greensboro 27405.
Redmond Heating and
Air, 1830 Vierra Woods
Drive No. 204, Raleigh
27606.
Medscribes Inc., 6409
Fayetteville Road Suite
120, Durham 27713.
co
Marquis at Edwards Mill,
14 Corporate Plaza Suite
210, Newport Beach, Calif.
92660.
Laura’s & Alex Flooring,
137 Pineland Circle,
Raleigh 27606.
Restorative Just-Us LLC,
311 E. Main St., Durham
27701-3717.
Triangle Balanced
Therapy PLLC, 109 Conner
Drive Building 3 Suite 107,
Chapel Hill 27514.
for
Grain Bridge, 4666 Faries
Parkway, Decatur, Ill.
62526.
SN Food Mart 2, 1325
Revolution Circle, Raleigh
27603.
The Law Office Of Derrick
J. Hensley PLLC, 323 E.
Chapel Hill St. Room 203,
Durham 27701.
Formatec Durham LLC,
5500 Fortunes Ridge Drive
No. 85-B, Durham 27713.
ot
Prescreene, 722
Collins Hill Suite H-133,
Lawrenceville, Ga. 30046.
R.D.H. Environmental
Consulting, 4012
Ridgebrook Bluffs Drive,
Raleigh 27603.
Diamond View Wealth
LLC, 280 S. Mangum St.
550 Diamond View II,
Durham 27701.
Laura M. Carr PLLC, 1717
Venezia Way, Apex 27502.
-N
NGM City, 3400 Westgate
Drive No. 1/2, Durham
27707.
Epic Developmental
Services, 2 S. Salisbury
St., Raleigh 27601.
Felix Roofing & Painting
Inc., 1111 Park Ave.,
Durham 27701.
Ingram Holdings LLC,
111 Barnes St., Carrboro
27510.
ls
First Choice Services,
2412 Banner St., Durham
27704.
Done Rite Auto, 1004
Four Friends Lane, Willow
Spring 27592.
Christiania 320 LLC,
1207 Red Mountain Road,
Rougemont 27572.
Bryant Pond Lane, Apex
27502.
na
Steven Jamroz
Photography, 8311 Brier
Creek Parkway Suite 105532, Raleigh 27617.
Soap Fixations, 404 Deep
Woods Trail, Wake Forest
27587.
DNA Calibrations LLC, 65
Glen Road No. 661, Garner
27529.
Mabrey Real Estate LLC,
5014 Bridgewood Drive,
Durham 27713.
ur
Build Your Body, 7920
Mandrel Way, Raleigh
27616.
Lifetime Roofing and
Exteriors, 1904 S. Main
St. Suite 210, Wake Forest
27587.
DURHAM COUNTY
Records Information
Systems Inc., 2101
Copeland Way, Chapel Hill
27517.
Jasmine Court, Carrboro
27510.
Freespaces LLC, 103
Creekview Circle, Carrboro
27510.
Jo
Lauren Jolly
Photography, 4420
Willow Lake Road, Raleigh
27616.
Mattress by Appointment
Cary/Apex, 137 Prestonian
Place, Morrisville 27560.
R R New
Corporations
Hudson City Holdings
LLC, 5002 Linden Oaks
Ave., Durham 27713.
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sin
Bu
Health Life Club, 7920
Mandrel Way, Raleigh
27616.
NCRE Group Inc., 112
Willow Pond Court,
Lillington 27546.
Direct Business Lending
Consultants, 1810 E.
Sahara Ave. Suite 214, Las
Vegas, Nev. 89104.
Emporium LLC, 3003
Elk Ridge Road, Durham
27712.
ity
Klug Consulting, 419
Hensley Drive No. B,
Raleigh 27615.
PheeBee’s Boutique,
702 Southampton Drive,
Knightdale 27545.
Smith and Sons
Home Inspections,
508 Heathwick Drive,
Knightdale 28545.
C
an
Pro-Tax Services &
Payroll LLC, 8366 Six
Forks Road Suite 204,
Raleigh 27615.
Carolina Realty Team,
4107 Twin Spires Drive,
Knightdale 27545.
Laissez Faire Skate Co.,
137 Stoneybrook Road,
Wilmington 28411.
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er
Am
Timbre Line Recordings,
5008 Shamrock Drive,
Raleigh 27612.
Ascertain Information,
5017 Kinderston Drive,
Holly Springs 27540.
Road, Wilmington 28411.
ALK Consulting Inc., 9117
Cobalt Ridge Way, Cary
27519.
EPK Properties LLC,
2205 Grace Park Drive,
Morrisville 27560.
Little Village Academy
LLC, 923 Crabtree Crossing
Parkway, Morrisville
27560.
Prapti Inc., 110 Kudrow
Lane, Morrisville 27560.
Bogue Banks Grill LLC,
1320 Country Club Drive,
EWT 42 LLC, 507 W. Peace
St. Suite 101, Raleigh
27603.
Hock Consulting LLC, 425
N. Boylan Ave. Apt. 628,
Raleigh 27603.
Strange Solutions Of
Raleigh LLC, 9100 Ten Ten
Road, Raleigh 27603.
3119 Associates CH
LLC, 516 W. Cabarrus St.,
Raleigh 27603.
Superior Colors Inc.,
1400 Smith Reno Road,
Raleigh 27603.
Town Of Granite Co.,
5220 Monk Drive, Raleigh
27603.
Ekeko Investment Group
LLC, 1436 Guffy Drive,
Raleigh 27603.
Ramirez Painting &
Drywall LLC, 1110
Southern Moss Court,
Raleigh 27603.
SW Raleigh Properties
LLC, 2408 Eleanor Rigby
Court, Raleigh 27603.
Select Cars LLC, 9624
Fayetteville Road, Raleigh
27603.
REV Brick & Block
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december 25, 2015 LEADS
Masonry LLC, 4707 N.
New Hope Road Apt. C-2,
Raleigh 27604.
BHE Painting LLC, 4713
Old Plank Road 122,
Raleigh 27604.
Head’Z Up Next LLC,
4011-121 Capital Blvd.,
Raleigh 27604.
Thyme Place, Raleigh
27609.
C&M Of West End LLC,
5720 Six Forks Road Suite
102, Raleigh 27609.
C&K Vereen Investments
LLC, 5720 Six Forks Road
Suite 102, Raleigh 27609.
SHRC Group LLC, 702 N.
Blount St., Raleigh 27604.
Homescapes Builders
LLC, 132 Ashton Hall Lane,
Raleigh 27609.
J&N Renovation Inc.,
201-5 Delway St., Raleigh
27604.
B.G. Stewart & Co., 308
Shaftsberry Court, Raleigh
27609.
Miracle Works Cleaning
Service LLC, 3408 Lake
Woodard Drive Suite C,
Raleigh 27604.
ARRAAInnovations LLC,
4601 Six Forks Road Suite
400, Raleigh 27609.
Allstar Pizza /Wings Inc.,
901 N. State St., Raleigh
27604.
A Family Solucion
Community Services LLC,
4287 Lake Woodard Drive,
Raleigh 27604.
Mercy Holding Co., 3109
Poplar Wood Court Suite
302, Raleigh 27604.
K. Baires LLC, 3812
Bonneville Apt. B, Raleigh
27604.
Stone Mason LLC, 1951
Clark Ave., Raleigh 276050669.
Global Lactation
Education Associates
LLC, 3940 Colinwood Lane,
Raleigh 27606.
Wilshire Capital Partners
LLC, 1824 Wilshire Ave.,
Raleigh 27608.
Novaerus US Inc., 4700
Falls Of Neuse Road Suite
355, Raleigh 27609.
Gibson Cyber Security
LLC, 5508 Knollwood
Road, Raleigh 27609.
FCP Empreendimentos
LLC, 4030 Wake Forest
Road Suite 349, Raleigh
27609.
EW Design & Marketing
LLC, 5604 Hawley Court,
Raleigh 27609.
Prime Water Services
Inc., 4030 Wake Forest
Road Suite 349, Raleigh
27609.
Foot & Ankle Centers
Of America NC LLC, 404
FSI Mechanical Inc.,
6518-B Old Wake Forest
Road, Raleigh 27616.
Genturi Inc., 104
Morganscliff Court, Chapel
Hill 27517.
Vestis Capital Partners
Inc., 3732 Carnegie Lane,
Raleigh 27612.
Geeksmash LLC, 203
Running Creek Road, Cary
27518.
Covenant Commercial
Realty LLC, 3701 National
Drive Suite 104, Raleigh
27612-0333.
Rich L&T Realty Inc., 213
Asbill Court, Cary 27518.
Teneos LLC, 9650
Strickland Road Suite 103323, Raleigh 27615.
ZForm LLC, 8358-104
Six Forks Road, Raleigh
27615.
Long Wireless
Communications LLC,
8480 Honeycutt Road Suite
200 No. V-295, Raleigh
27615.
RLWaddell Photography
& Design LLC, 8480
Honeycutt Road Suite 200
No. V-295, Raleigh 27615.
Kima Commercial LLC,
7533 Matherly Drive, Wake
Forest 27587.
North Carolina Family
Therapy Center PLLC,
7804 Kingsbrook Court,
Wake Forest 27587.
Execplus Staffing &
Consulting LLC, 208
Whithorne Drive, Garner
27529.
Warrenton Brewing Co.
LLC, 8705 Sunflower
Meadows Lane, Wake
Forest 27587.
Chopp Enterprise LLC,
3216 High Lonesome Lane,
Apex 27539.
Kornegay Rentals LLC,
2414 Stephens Road, Cary
27518.
Next Venture Solutions
LLC, 2474 Walnut St. Suite
300, Cary 27518.
Clotho LLC, 2500 Regency
Parkway, Cary 27518.
TLCY LLC, 104 Scots Cove
Lane, Cary 27518.
Psychological Research
For OrganizationalBehavior Enhancement
(PROBE), 128 Benedum
Place, Cary 27518.
FNA LLC, 25308 Praxis
Way, Cary 27519.
ZFIW 94 LLC, 318
Ambermore Place, Cary
27519.
Dan Fax Holdings LLC,
408 Parkman Grant Drive,
Cary 27519.
All Things Fabulous 101
LLC, 529 Finnbar Drive,
Cary 27519.
Kabinett LLC, 536 Buxton
Grant Drive, Cary 27519.
Jacobs Business Services
LLC, 9204 Dansforeshire
Way, Wake Forest 275873401.
1000KIDZ Inc., 7212
Capulin Crest Drive, Apex
27539.
Passey Financial LLC,
104 Osterville Drive, Holly
Springs 27540.
R&G Concrete Specialist
LLC, 6256 Stag Trail Lot
15, Wendell 27591.
Bright Cleaning LLC, 128
Fountain Springs Road,
Holly Springs 27540.
Path Pediatric Therapy
PLLC, 7760 Pegram St.,
Willow Springs 27592.
Sunshine Commercial
Cleaning Svcs. LLC, 200
Holly Branch Drive, Holly
Springs 27540.
Southern Insurance
Solutions LLC, 216 Village
Walk Drive, Holly Springs
27540.
ECL Holdings LLC, 3110
Edwards Mill Road Suite
300, Raleigh 27612.
Homeco LLC, 2225 Raven
Road No. 100, Raleigh
27614.
Keen Landscaping &
Lawn Maintenance LLC,
133 Presley Blvd., Garner
27529.
AKARO LLC, 9011
Treesdale Lane, Raleigh
27617.
Queenin LLC, 9210
Bruckhaus St. Apt. 226,
Raleigh 27617.
Daniel R. Genty LLC,
12432 Bayleaf Church
Road, Raleigh 27614.
Spunky Sports LLC, 7305
Mithrasdowne Court, Wake
Forest 27587.
O’Brien & West DMD III
PLLC, 204 Meares Bluff
Lane, Holly Springs 27540.
ECL Group LLC, 3110
Edwards Mill Road Suite
300, Raleigh 27612.
D&R Home Improvement
LLC, 9401 Taurus Court,
Raleigh 27613.
Deen Inc., 714 N. White
St., Wake Forest 27587.
Purple Sunset LLC, 84
Colson Drive, Garner
27529.
TLMerritt LLC, 6714
Morgantown St., Raleigh
27616.
Verified Solar LLC, 6220
Angus Drive No. 100,
Raleigh 27617.
WNNT LLC, 5225 Sutter
Way, Raleigh 27613.
ALJ Roofing Techs LLC,
5536 Jones Sausage Road,
Garner 27529.
Herne Designs LLC, 8520
Ridge Bury Road, Raleigh
27603.
Tshiams Logistic
Specialist LLC, 113 Braid
Court, Raleigh 27603.
Herne Omnimedia LLC,
8520 Ridge Bury Road,
Raleigh 27603.
Bell’s Corner LLC, 1169
Page Road, Raleigh 27603.
Provider-Led PatientCentered Care LLC, 120
Penmarc Drive Suite 118,
Raleigh 27603.
Lucas Law LLC, 3409
Greywood Drive, Raleigh
27604.
TBM Partners LLC, 6131
Falls Of Neuse Road Suite
200, Raleigh 27609.
Keyes2MiSuccess LLC,
4204 Cobia Court Apt. D,
Raleigh 27604.
Kicks In A Box LLC, 717
E. Martin St. Suite 135,
Raleigh 27610.
Triple A Interiors Inc.,
1801 Rugby Court, Raleigh
27604.
PHF Point LLC, 340 Kings
Parkway, Raleigh 27610.
GT Performance Inc.,
1830 Tillery Place Suite C,
Raleigh 27604.
Kingdom Entrepreneur
University LLC, 101
Caribbean Court,
Knightdale 27545.
Vtech Properties Of
NC LLC, 712 Moss Road,
Zebulon 27597.
A Taste Of New York Inc.,
3112 Julian Drive, Raleigh
27604.
Priya Darshan Inc., 1516
Cameron Chase Drive,
Morrisville 27560.
Opus Financial Inc.,
1912 Jadewood Drive,
Morrisville 27560.
Jokermartini LLC, 3016
Bristol Creek Drive Suite
T-14, Morrisville 27560.
Axana LLC, 4407
Hopson Road Apt. 4305,
Morrisville 27560.
Pharmacy Headquarters
LLC, 5101 Grace Park
Drive, Morrisville 27560.
Clay Genie Grills LLC, 706
Antrim Meadow Lane, Cary
27519.
M Realty Group LLC,
11010 Lake Grove Blvd.
Suite 100-186, Morrisville
27560-7391
T3 Tri Coaching LLC, 708
Rolling Springs Drive, Cary
27519.
Christian Child Care
Center LLC, 200 S. Massey
St., Selma 27576.
Wellhealth Integrative
Health Coaching &
Valtech LLC, 1125
JRB Quality Construction
Inc., 501 W. Sycamore St.,
Zebulon 27597-2548.
Necessary Design LLC,
1110 Watauga St., Raleigh
27604-2034.
Avant Of North Carolina
LLC, 150 Fayetteville St.
Box 1011, Raleigh 27601.
15 Riverside LLC, 1033
Wade Ave. Suite 102,
Raleigh 27605.
Distribution Realty LLC,
150 Fayetteville St. Box
1011, Raleigh 27601.
ANET LLC, 1951 Clark
Ave., Raleigh 27605.
Meridian New Bern LLC,
150 Fayetteville St. Box
1011, Raleigh 27601.
True Value.com Corp.,
150 Fayetteville St. Box
1011, Raleigh 27601.
Eletrope LLC, 444 S.
Blount St. Suite 320,
Raleigh 27601.
Foster Consulting LLC,
1218 Filmore St., Raleigh
27605.
Ghanemco Corp., 652
Chappell Drive, Raleigh
27606.
Creative Investors Group
LLC, 1550 Lilley Court
Suite Q6-105, Raleigh
27606.
Coble Commercial
Interiors LLC, 5400 Etta
Burke Court Suite 200,
Raleigh 27606.
Nutile Designs LLC, 6004
Woodknoll Court, Raleigh
27606.
24/7 Roofing Solutions
LLC, 1629 Eva Mae Drive,
Raleigh 27610.
EGR Technologies Inc.,
741 Fitzgerald Drive,
Raleigh 27610.
Dream Drywall LLC, 4020
Grandover Drive, Raleigh
27610.
Cosmos Granite (South
East) LLC, 501 S. New
Hope Road, Raleigh 27610.
Home Care For Heroes
LLC, 1308 Highcourt Drive
No. 202, Raleigh 27610.
Sissoho CPA PLLC, 5825
Abbington Way, Raleigh
27610.
Greenz Transport LLC,
1316 Wrentree Circle,
Raleigh 27610.
The Canary Box Inc., 2401
Old World Place No. 103,
Raleigh 27611.
Salisbury Street Hotel
LLC, 3141 John Humphries
Wynd Suite 200, Raleigh
27612.
K-11 Holdings LLC, 4040
Ed Drive Suite 201, Raleigh
27612.
K2B LLC, 4040 Ed Drive
Suite 201, Raleigh 27612.
RALDT LLC, 4131 Parklake
Ave. Suite 360, Raleigh
27612.
Ergenzinger Life Sciences
Consulting LLC, 1107
Daleland Drive, Raleigh
27612.
Swiss-Smith LLC, 2611
Sherborne Place, Raleigh
27612.
Maida V4 LLC, 2840 Plaza
Place Suite 100, Raleigh
27612.
Gimghoul Brewery &
Bottle Co. LLC, 2840 Plaza
Place Suite 300, Raleigh
27612.
Movers LLC, 604 Harvest
Lane, Raleigh 27606.
Malta Insurance Holdings
LLC, 3110 Edwards Mill
Road Suite 300, Raleigh
27612.
Eco-Industrial LLC, 327
Hillsborough St., Raleigh
27603.
Bliss Beauty Bar LLC, 149
Hunt Club Lane Apt. H,
Raleigh 27606.
Oak City Agronomy LLC,
2105 Loudal Drive, Raleigh
27613.
J. Crew Inc., 327
Hillsborough St., Raleigh
27603.
Patricio Masonry LLC,
4112-B Woodlake Place,
Raleigh 27607.
NC Wake Properties Inc.,
3316 Queensland Road,
Raleigh 27614.
PM Restaurant Holdings
LLC, 327 Hillsborough St.,
Raleigh 27603.
Unicat LLC, 2235 Gateway
Access Point Suite 201,
Raleigh 27607.
JMD Consulting Ltd.,
1509 October Road,
Raleigh 27614.
Hitville Music
Entertainment LLC, 3535
S. Wilmington St. Suite
203, Raleigh 27603.
Skyventures LLC, 1330
Sunday Drive Suite 105,
Raleigh 27607.
Xalta Technologies LLC,
1009 Stradshire Drive,
Raleigh 27614.
Steve Egeland Consulting
Being Diesel LLC, 1016
3148 Fairfax Dr. LLC, 150
Fayetteville St. Box 1011,
Raleigh 27601.
KB&KB LLC, 2514 Village
Manor Way, Raleigh 27614.
Haag & Walker
Enterprises LLC, 7013
Buckhead Drive, Raleigh
27615.
Shop For U LLC, 3001
Emcutta Court, Raleigh
27604.
Vidwans Financial LLC,
124 Heartsease Lane,
Morrisville 27560.
Listing Logistix LLC,
11708 Wake Bluff Drive,
Raleigh 27614.
Mooreco Works LLC, 5720
Six Forks Road Suite 102,
Raleigh 27609.
Lai’s Realty LLC, 1217
Spruce Drive, Zebulon
27597.
Glenwood Hpi LLC, 150
Fayetteville St. Box 1011,
Raleigh 27601.
Concentric Concepts LLC,
4030 Wake Forest Road
Suite 349, Raleigh 27609.
JS Consulting & Design
PLLC, 11703 Durant Road,
Raleigh 27614.
Bearded Warrior Inc.,
3321 Huntleigh Drive,
Raleigh 27604.
MKC Homes LLC, 624
Holly Springs Road No.
167, Holly Springs 27540.
Main Street1625 LLC,
1005 Evanwood Lane,
Morrisville 27560.
Amberlight Aesthetics
LLC, 4030 Wake Forest
Road Suite 349, Raleigh
27609.
Arrowhead Interior
Repairs & Handyman
Service Inc., 6702 Foxfire
Place, Raleigh 27615.
The Satulah Group LLC,
516 N. Bloodworth St.,
Raleigh 27604.
French Family OBX LLC,
150 Fayetteville St. Box
1011, Raleigh 27601.
JA Consulting LLC, 1003
Dresser Court, Raleigh
27609.
Smart Utility Connections
LLC, 2327 Mount Vernon
Church Road, Raleigh
27614.
North Carolina
Landscaping Inc., 5720
Six Forks Road Suite 102,
Raleigh 27609.
Across The River LLC,
1211 Azalea Drive,
Zebulon 27597.
AMAJS Group Inc., 5236
Emerald Spring Drive,
Knightdale 27545.
Riofi PC, 4030 Wake
Forest Road Suite 349,
Raleigh 27609.
OFO Heritage LLC, 4700
Norbury Place, Raleigh
27614.
Lakeside Arms LLC, 7004
Jeffrey Drive, Raleigh
27603-1510.
13 Sea Turtle LLC, 308
Arborhill Lane, Holly
Springs 27540.
Efren Martinez Matias
LLC, 3532 Kemp Drive No.
13, Knightdale 27545.
Saxon Holdings LLC, 2601
Oberlin Road Suite 100,
Raleigh 27608.
Robin Sinn OD PLLC,
1917 Falls Farm Crossing,
Raleigh 27614.
Destination Car Rental
LLC, 3209 Gresham Lake
Road, Raleigh 27615.
Intricate Automotive
Group Inc., 5012 Royal
Troon Drive, Raleigh
27604.
Tax Multiservicios
Latinos LLC, 1224 Moores
Creek Drive, Knightdale
27545.
1700 Glenwood LLC, 918
Cowper Drive, Raleigh
27608.
Lularoe Susan Boylston
LLC, 4713 Scollay Court,
Raleigh 27609.
L Pet Grooming LLC,
11449 NC Highway 39,
Zebulon 27597.
116 Ocean LLC, 308
Arborhill Lane, Holly
Springs 27540.
Mountain Refined
Equestrian Center LLC,
10908 Flower Bed Court,
Raleigh 27614.
RDU Real Estate Group
LLC, 608 W. Johnson St.
Suite A, Raleigh 276031242.
My Place Too Inc., 900 E.
Six Forks Road Apt. 569,
Raleigh 27604.
BLRay LLC, 109 Brodie
Privette Road, Zebulon
27597.
Elite Hospitality LLC,
2601 Oberlin Road Suite
100, Raleigh 27608.
MK&MS Real Estate LLC,
1312 Caistor Lane, Raleigh
27614.
My Daughter’s Dump
Trucks LLC, 2045
Persimmon Ridge Drive,
Raleigh 27604.
Home Solutions &
Services LLC, 1023
Lakeside Farm Road,
Zebulon 27597.
Mizelle Lane, Raleigh
27614.
NHM-Hotel East Two LLC,
4321 Lassiter At N. Hills
Suite 250, Raleigh 27609.
Yollam LLC, 4541
Tollington Drive, Raleigh
27604.
Starfish Kids LLC, 140
Paddy Lane, Youngsville
27596.
LLC, 104 Duncan St.,
Raleigh 27608.
Wayah Motor Services
LLC, 120 Penmarc Drive
Suite 118, Raleigh 27603.
se
Midtown Motors Of
Raleigh LLC, 1806 Wake
Forest Road, Raleigh
27608.
Tran Ventures LLC, 5818
Parkchester Road, Raleigh
27616.
Blackstone Property LLC,
8000 Gabriels Bend Drive,
Raleigh 27612.
Hess Designs Inc., 5208
Harrington Grove Drive,
Raleigh 27613.
Kely Blue Basics LLC,
4871 Hasentree Lake
Drive, Wake Forest 27587.
HBM Entertainment LLC,
1115 Lake Wheeler Road,
Raleigh 27603.
lu
J. Michael Investments
LLC, 5443 Wade Park Blvd.
Apt. 1110, Raleigh 27607.
Gallery By Christopher
LLC, 5741 Goodstone Drive
Unit 1225, Raleigh 27616.
Dhoom Dhadaka LLC,
9117 Palm Bay Circle,
Raleigh 27617.
FILI LLC, 8613 Lakewood
Drive, Raleigh 27613.
HK Hibachi & Sushi Inc.,
2634 Timber Drive, Garner
27529.
Destiny Tabu LLC, 1029
Altice Drive, Raleigh
27603.
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RB Images LLC, 802
Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh
27607.
Fekak LLC, 5020
Departure Drive Suite I,
Raleigh 27616.
Thairapy 101 LLC, 4431
Village Manor Way No.
301, Raleigh 27612.
Perimeter Controls LLC,
6901 Chamonix Place,
Raleigh 27613.
Simpesa Inc., 3913 Song
Sparrow Drive, Wake Forest
27587.
Get Fit & Chic Boutique
Inc., 10225 Sauls Road,
Raleigh 27603.
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Retina Investments LLC,
4414 Lake Boone Trail
Suite 302, Raleigh 27607.
Legends Mount Pleasant
Hoa LLC, 3605 Glenwood
Ave. Suite 445, Raleigh
27612.
Ding Protection Plan Inc.,
3241 Groveshire Drive,
Raleigh 27616.
Jason’s Quality
Landscaping Inc., 2101
Southfort Drive, Garner
27529.
co
Daehan Korean News Inc.,
7406-K Chapel Hill Road,
Raleigh 27607.
Island Creek Gun & Rod
LLC, 4200 City Of Oaks
Wynd, Raleigh 27612.
Gianni State Farm LLC,
8109 Olde Hill Court,
Raleigh 27615.
VanQuish Professional
Services LLC, 215 W.
Chestnut Ave., Wake Forest
27587.
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Bonsai Bardo LLC, 2812
Wycliff Road, Raleigh
27607.
Coves End LLC, 4200 City
Of Oaks Wynd, Raleigh
27612.
Brookhurst Associates
LLC, 9208 Falls Of Neuse
Road Suite 201, Raleigh
27615.
220 RTW LLC, 3425
Petticoat Lane, FuquayVarina 27526.
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Peoples Financial
Services Inc., 4000
Westchase Blvd. Suite 150,
Raleigh 27607.
EJC Credit Solutions LLC,
3434 Edwards Mill Road
Suite 112-220, Raleigh
27612.
Winnellent LLC, 10516
Leslie Drive, Raleigh
27615.
Lifetime Roofing LLC,
1904 S. Main St. No. 210,
Wake Forest 27587.
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Northeast Beauty LLC,
1921 Crossroads Vista
Drive No. 205, Raleigh
27606.
Hop Notch Consulting
LLC, 4117 Balsam Drive,
Raleigh 27612.
GV Hires LLC, 176 Mine
Lake Court Suite 100,
Raleigh 27615.
CSRMS LLC, 5600 Maggie
Run Lane, Fuquay-Varina
27526.
ls
Jeff Girman Jr. LLC, 637
Bashford Road, Raleigh
27606.
Jive Turkeez LLC, 6113
Mansura Drive, Raleigh
27610.
Grabbin’ Ur Goods, 176
Mine Lake Court Suite 100,
Raleigh 27615.
Lifetime Exteriors LLC,
1904 S. Main St. No. 210,
Wake Forest 27587.
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J’s Golf Carts Sales &
Service Inc., 2848 Anfield
Road, Raleigh 27606.
Zuly’s Cleaning Service
LLC, 2917 Mark Oak Court,
Raleigh 27610.
Little Shop Of Honeys
LLC, 735 Weathergreen
Drive, Raleigh 27615.
Move On Marketing LLC,
46 Sherman Pines Drive,
Fuquay-Varina 27526.
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Sanabel Investments
LLC, 4117 Brewster Drive,
Raleigh 27606.
JL Williams Bail Bonds
LLC, 1022 Seabrook Road,
Raleigh 27610.
EBR Gastonia LLC, 176
Mine Lake Court Suite 100,
Raleigh 27615.
Wynn Nail Bar Inc., 12646
Capital Blvd., Wake Forest
27587.
BSTech Inc., 904 River
Song Place, Cary 27519.
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M. Raudales Cleaning
Services (MRCS) LLC,
1201 Trillium Circle No. 1,
Raleigh 27606.
Facility Maintenance
Corp. LLC, 2020 Winston
Diamond Court, Raleigh
27610.
Apex Athletix LLC, 176
Mine Lake Court Suite 100,
Raleigh 27615.
The Kor Group LLC, 1205
Hartsfield Forest Drive,
Wake Forest 27587.
DG Publishing Inc., 7625
Roberts Road, Cary 27519.
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Piedmont Education
Solutions LLC, 1009 Wade
Ave. Apt. 566, Raleigh
27605.
J&R Auto Repair Of
Raleigh LLC, 5733 New
Bern Ave., Raleigh 27610.
Legacyhouse Investments
LLC, 176 Mine Lake Court
Suite 100, Raleigh 27615.
Chamberwell Ave., Wake
Forest 27587.
Consulting LLC, 724
Rolling Springs Drive, Cary
27519.
ity
Don & Phyllis Brookshire
LLC, 1007 Nichols Drive,
Raleigh 27605.
JZA Cleaning LLC, 844
Schenley Drive Lot 5,
Raleigh 27610.
CWC’s Trucking LLC, 8811
Autumn Winds Drive Apt.
306, Raleigh 27615.
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New World Concepts Inc.,
1951 Clark Ave., Raleigh
27605.
Deerspring LLC, 5819
Sentinel Drive, Raleigh
27609-3538.
Venuti Farms LLC, 8480
Honeycutt Road Suite 200
No. V-295, Raleigh 27615.
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Primitive Ways Records
LLC, 1813 Watkins St.,
Raleigh 27604.
RM&A Investments
LLC, 2446 E. Lake Drive,
Raleigh 27609-2611.
The Ticking Crocodile
LLC, 8480 Honeycutt
Road Suite 200 No. V-295,
Raleigh 27615.
Creative Services Of NC
LLC, 7108 Racine Way,
Raleigh 27615.
Leesville Land LLC, 7208
Falls Of Neuse Road Suite
201, Raleigh 27615.
87 Shipwash Drive LLC,
7320 Six Forks Road Suite
100, Raleigh 27615.
Carolina Rentals 2015
LLC, 1732 Briarforest
Place, Raleigh 27615.
Quiet Type Investments
LLC, 176 Mine Lake Court
Suite 100, Raleigh 27615.
Dancing Bear Inc., 7605
Wingfoot Drive, Raleigh
27615.
Radiant Futures LLC, 176
Mine Lake Court Suite 100,
Raleigh 27615.
Big Country Contracting
LLC, 176 Mine Lake Court
Suite 100, Raleigh 27615.
LIG Management LLC,
8310 Bandford Way,
Raleigh 27615.
2-Clean LLC, 8321
Bandford Way No. 003,
Raleigh 27615.
Petralabs Inc., 8480
Honeycutt Road Suite 200
No. V-295, Raleigh 27615.
Preservation
Construction & Roofing
LLC, 8480 Honeycutt
Road Suite 200 No. V-295,
Raleigh 27615.
Framedphoto sdirect.com
LLC, 911 Paverstone Drive
Suite F, Raleigh 27615.
Midnight Pirate LLC,
9131 Anson Way Suite 305,
Raleigh 27615.
Only Secure Wordpress
Inc., 9505 Candor Oaks
Drive, Raleigh 27615.
LDG Enterprises LLC,
8207 Amador Way, Raleigh
27616.
My Taxes & More LLC,
4820 Jelynn St., Raleigh
27616.
Panaderia Y Pasteleria
Esperanza LLC, 5440
Atlantic Springs Road No.
114, Raleigh 27616.
A - CTR LLC, 2907
Berkeley Springs Place,
Raleigh 27616.
Dogwood Pediatric
Therapy PLLC, 6428 Cape
Charles Drive, Raleigh
27617.
Amazon Professional
Group Corp., 8311 Brier
Creek Parkway Suite 105235, Raleigh 27617.
Barnette Industries LLC,
8311 Brier Creek Parkway
Suite 105-297, Raleigh
27617.
22 Triangle Business JOURNAL
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
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engineering & design
R nonprofits
R spotlight
Eric Olsen, Edward Sirgany
Daniel Southwick
Ellen Fort
Wallace Daniel
John Morris III
Summit Design and Engineering Services
hired Eric Olsen as business development
manager. Edward Sirgany joined the firm
as a traffic engineer.
Dewberry hired
Daniel “Dan”
Southwick as
a senior vice
president in the
firm’s Raleigh office.
The Lucy Daniels
Center for Early
Childhood
hired Ellen Fort
as director of
development and
communications.
She will oversee
fundraising and
communications
for the nonprofit.
Wallace “Dan”
Daniel was hired
as director of
development and
public relations at
Tammy Lynn Center
for Developmental
Disabilities.
John Morris III was
named a member
of the Children’s
Home Society of
North Carolina’s
board of directors.
nicole goolsby
vp and triangle division
leader at andrew roby
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Jennifer Hall, Adrienne Coronado
Jeremy Donaldson
was hired as a
superintendent at
Rufty-Peedin.
Jennifer Hall joined Ellis & Winters LLP
as an associate in the firm’s Commercial
Real Estate group. Adrienne Coronado
joined the firm as an associate in the firm’s
Commercial Litigation group.
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Jeremy Donaldson
After running her own homebuilding
company for the past 15 years in the
Charlotte area, Nicole Goolsby has
come to the Triangle to lead the dayto-day construction operations for
residential contractor Andrew Roby.
In her new role, Goolsby leads the
company’s entire Triangle division
and is charged with growing its local
customer base and building community
relationships.
Charlotte-based Andrew Roby
currently employs 87 people
throughout North Carolina. Its
growing Triangle division now has
five employees. Last year the firm’s
local division reported $3.5 million
in gross billings and $34.5 million in
companywide billings.
relations/advertising
Jenny Pilewski, Dawn Marie Strzepek, Allison Showalter
French/West/Vaughan named Jenny Pilewski a senior vice
president at the firm. Dawn Marie Strzepek was named creative
director of the firm. Allison Showalter was named an associate
vice president at French/West/Vaughan.
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What’s one thing you wish people
knew about your job? It is much more
than just building a new home, adding
additional space or remodeling a
room. The highlight of my job is the
relationships with clients, their families,
employees and trade partners that
last for years. It has been that way for
my first 20 years in this industry, and I
expect it to continue with Andrew Roby
especially since the company has a
60-year reputation as a premier custom
residential contractor in the Carolinas.
for
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Walter Rogan
Chris Hall
Garrett Putman
Dr. Walter Rogan of
the National Institute
of Environmental
Health Sciences
in RTP, received
the 10th annual
Child Advocate
Science Award
from the Children’s
Environmental
Health Network.
Trailblazer Studios
hired Chris Hall as a
colorist.
Garrett Putman
was hired as a
principal marketing
consultant at SAS
Institute.
Biggest worry: Business-wise, I worry
about having the patience to build the
foundation before we really take off. We
have great opportunities before us, and
I am very enthusiastic about the future.
Triangle businessperson you most
admire: I am fortunate to have a
number of friends and business
colleagues in the Raleigh area and it’s
hard to narrow it down to just one: Mike
Carpenter of the N.C. Home Builders
Association; Tim Minton of the NCHBA;
my hometown legislators, Sen. Jeff
Tarte and Rep. John Bradford; and
Warren Smith of L&L in Raleigh.
Personal: Goolsby has three children,
William, Ellyn and Devon.
Last book you’ve read: “Good to Great”
by Jim Collins
Rebecca Watson
Shane Gray was
hired as director
of construction/
project
management at
Kilgore Properties
LLC.
Rebecca Watson
was hired as a
sales assistant at
ROCKin’teriors.
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Shane Gray
Gabrielle Anctil
joined the Ida
Terbet Group at the
Falls of Neuse Road
office of Coldwell
Banker Howard
Perry & Walston as
a sales associate.
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Biggest pet peeve: I think most of my
pet peeves all hinge on the same thing
– effective communication.
Gabrielle Anctil
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Zulayka Santiago was hired as director of the North Carolina Oral
Health Collaborative at the N.C. Foundation for Advanced Health
Programs. Neftali Serrano was hired as director of clinical training
at the N.C. Foundation for Advanced Health Programs. Omisade
Burney-Scott was hired as partnership manager at NCFAHP.
What are some of your major goals for
your new position? I want to bring the
effective processes and management
tools of Andrew Roby to our division;
train and develop the best construction
team for our customers; engage in the
community and continue the company
priority of giving back; and create
homes and residential spaces that
“make it home” for our customers.
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Zulayka Santiago, Neftali Serrano, Omisade Burney-Scott
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Yum Darling, Mark Weldon
Olalah Njenga
Carlyle and Conlan hired Yum Darling as
business manager. Mark Weldon
was hired as a placement professional at
the firm.
Olalah Njenga, CEO
of YellowWood
Group, completed
the fellowship
program at the
North Carolina
Institute of Political
Leadership.
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EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK
Election 2016 issues
Again, we lost a few
headquarters this year
Obamacare: Is the end inevitable in 2016?
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America, all of these premium hikes,
hidden charges, and offloaded costs
have produced some of the most
unhealthy choices for Americans
in modern history. According to a
recent Gallup survey, almost one out
of every three Americans says that
they or a family member has put
off treatment because of the costs
of medical care. That is a 12 percent
increase since 2001.
Projections are that the situation
is not going to improve. Most experts
expect double-digit increases in
premiums with even more cost
shifting from insurers to patients
in the coming years. No solutions
appear in sight. While premiums
continue to rise, so do deductibles,
producing out-of-pocket costs that
no one except the most wealthy
or employees with “luxury plans”
(which carry with them an extra
tax) can afford.
Based on figures from 17 of the
largest insurers in the country,
premiums for new businesses will
increase by an average of 96 percent
with premium increases for patients
from 100 to 400 percent. Of course,
individual consumers can attest
to the impact annual premium
increases have had on their lives since
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Sougata Mukherjee is editor of Triangle Business Journal. He can be reached at [email protected]
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Randy Evans is an attorney from
Atlanta who was general counsel
for former U.S. Speakers of the
House Newt Gingrich and Dennis
Hastert.
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It sounds like a broken record
when we talk about how the
Triangle keeps losing corporate
headquarters operations. This
year was no exception.
Earlier in the year,
perhaps our biggest loss was when Valeant
Pharmaceuticals announced it was buying Salix
Pharmaceuticals — one of Raleigh’s home-grown
companies that managed to stay independent,
raise private money, go public, get several FDA
approvals and hire hundreds of workers.
The Valeant announcement was followed
by the departure of local executives and the
hundreds of layoffs. Game over.
Soon after, came another Valeant gem: A
$1 billion buyout of Sprout Pharmaceuticals,
another Raleigh outfit that just days before it
got approval for a drug that increases women’s
libido. Sprout’s drug, Addyi, launched with
much fanfare, but I am still scratching my
head as to why Valeant would pay $1 billion for
the company. Bloomberg reported physicians
prescribed the drug 227 times during the first
few weeks of commercialization. I am sure that
number is up by now — but $1 billion?
Regardless, Sprout was an independent
company — and now it is not. Its founder
recently stepped down from the company, and
Valeant placed a corporate executive from outof-town to oversee the Addyi operations.
In the tech field, the biggest loss may have
been when Bronto, Durham’s e-commerce firm
was acquired by NetSuite, a California-based
public company for $200 million.
Bronto was growing fast — and lot of people
had expectations that it may try to test the
waters independently by going public. That
did not happen. Now a boardroom in San
Mateo charts Bronto’s future. Bronto founders
Joe Colopy and Chaz Felix are still intimately
involved, but for how long?
Mergers and acquisitions are the fabric
of capitalism as economies of scale make
surviving entities stronger. Chamber of
commerce officials cannot stop a sensible M&A
from happening.
But those same people can have a plan to
recruit corporate headquarters locations from
other states. While we have been successful in
luring some giant operations in recent years
through unit relocations and expansions — Novo
Nordisk in Johnston County, MetLife in Cary,
Fidelity Investments in Research Triangle Park
— our HQ cupboard is running bare. If newly
minted Raleigh chamber CEO Tim Giuliani is
looking for a home-run to stamp his presence
in this community — here is an opening: Recruit
some corporate headquarters operations —
downtown, midtown, north Raleigh, anywhere.
One silver lining was the HQ relocation
of Merz North America from Greensboro
to Raleigh. Merz is getting involved in the
community quickly because of the CEO’s
interest in arts, culture, sports and philanthropy.
It’s time to get a few more. It is long overdue.
ho could have predicted
that presidential
candidates would have
made it this far into the 2016
election cycle without a lot of talk
about the future of the Affordable
Care Act?
While it was certainly front and
center in President Barack Obama’s
first term, replete with Republicans’
repeated efforts at repeal, it
currently barely merits a mention in
either the Democratic or Republican
debates and campaigns.
Yet, although Obamacare has
dodged potentially fatal shots in
two different challenges that made
their way to the U.S. Supreme Court,
the evidence is mounting that the
system will not survive its own
weight, making either change or
collapse a virtual certainty.
The reasons are straightforward.
Rather than making health
care and health insurance more
affordable, the data increasingly
confirms that health care and
health insurance has never been
more expensive than now. Both
statistically and anecdotally,
consumers are facing higher
premiums with fewer choices and
higher deductibles and co-pays.
Indeed, just in time for the
holidays, individual Americans and
their employers are getting the bad
news that their health insurance
premiums are increasing yet again
under the Affordable Care Act to
levels that are simply unsustainable
for average Americans and small
businesses. In order to make the
numbers work even at these higher
premiums, insurers are looking for
ways to push more of the burden
on patients for prescriptions and
medical care.
Rather than leading to a healthier
Obamacare’s inception in 2010.
Worse yet, even those paying
for the higher-priced insurance
with astronomical deductibles
face seemingly insurmountable
challenges in getting the health
care for which they did pay. From
unavailable medications to doctors
scheduling appointments weeks in
the future, health care has become
anything but accessible. Instead,
patients are facing indefinite delays
in both seeing a doctor, and, once
they do, getting the prescriptions
they need.
Meanwhile, the health care
exchanges that were the cornerstone
of the Affordable Care Act have
been failing at a disturbing rate.
According to the latest data,
over half of the 17 state health
care exchanges are in serious
financial trouble with many openly
considering abandoning their
exchanges in favor of the federal
exchange which has been plagued
with problems since its rollout.
Even individual employers and
average citizens are balking at the
president’s plan.
Make no mistake, by the time the
2016 general election rolls around, the
pain level for voters will have passed
the tipping point and both Democrats
and Republicans will be discussing
“the fix.” Unfortunately, absent a
recognition that the current system
is fundamentally flawed, the truth
is that “the fix” will once again be in
for average Americans and it will be a
burden too great for them to carry.
While immigration and national
security have taken center stage, it is
Obamacare that is the sleeper issue
that may in fact have the biggest
impact on the 2016 presidential
election.
Just watch and see.
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Yes. Both Raleigh and Durham should be combined.
No. Keep Raleigh as Raleigh and Durham as Durham.
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I don’t think it matters.
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