Businessman exits bankruptcy in Raleigh
Posted on Tuesday, September 29th, 2015 at 7:10 pm
A Raleigh-based businessman has finally exited Chapter 11 Bankruptcy after selling his shopping building at Strickland Road to an investment group for $15.6 million, Triangle Business Journal reported on September 28.
Reports said Barbour’s Harvest Oaks Drive Associates LLC owner, Max Barbour, sold Harvest Plaza to a group of real estate investors based in Chicago. Barbour reportedly filed for bankruptcy in 2010 to prevent foreclosure of his 93,400 sq/foot property that was also badly affected by the recession. The retail center that was sold included tenants operating various kinds of businesses.
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