Tampa, FL (September 2011) — The Dikman Company announced today the sale of 4.45 acres of land in Riverview, FL. Bob Dikman, Chairman and CEO of The Dikman Company, represented the seller, FR/CAL Interchange LLC, in the transaction. The land was purchased by the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, which was represented by Gerard Ripo, Vice President of Development for Southland Group in Bonita Springs, FL.
The property, located in the Interchange Center, will be the future home of Thomas
M. Cooley Law School’s first Florida campus. The law school currently has four
campuses in Michigan and is the largest law school in the country, with over 15,000
graduates. The property sold for $1,469,497.
“The Thomas M. Cooley Law School will be a welcome addition to the
Tampa Bay area,” stated Bob Dikman. “We are pleased to have been able to play an
integral role in this transaction, as it will certainly have a tremendous and
positive impact on our entire community.”
The Dikman Company is a Commercial/Industrial Real Estate Services firm that has
been providing clients throughout Florida with a full range of commercial real
estate services since 1983. Commercial real estate services include: sales, leasing, property management, tenant representation, investment counseling and asset analysis.