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Here are the Racine County real estate transfers that took place Sept. 17 through Sept. 21.

Bonstores Realty Two, LLC, owned by Tiger Capital Group, sold the vacant Boston Store building to Regency Mall owner James Hull, of the Hull Property Group, for $900,000. Boston store closed in August after it declared bankruptcy. According to a story by the Journal Times, the purchase is a “defensive move” so that they can control what goes into the building.

Erick and Michelle Greskoviak sold a parking lot at 512 Villa and a commercial building at 614 6th Street to Bowles Investors LLC for $1.044 million.

Ascension All Saints Hospital Inc. sold a single-family home to Sara Frances Westmoreland at 1141 N. Indiana St., for $142,000.

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SOURCE: Racine County Clerk of Deeds

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