Calhoun and Associates was the real estate appraiser for the owners on the circled cases (and * below).

NORTH PINELLAS

TAMPA TRIBUNE

Sunday, November 6, 1994

Buying right of way for transportation projects can become an expensive proposition in an urban area like Pinellas County. A look at some of the condemnation cases associated with the U.S. Highway 19 overpasses at Countryside Boulevard and State Road 580, above, shows how the money can add up. The grantors are the property owners listed on DOT records. The legal costs are in adition to the awards won by property owners.

*Grantor Hinely Associates (Ramada Inn)  | DOT’s First offer $130,700  |  Award to property owner $2 million

Grantor Sears  | DOT’s First offer $910,000  |  Award to property owner $1.8 million

*Grantor Countryside Village  | DOT’s First offer $166,200  |  Award to property owner $1.7 million

*Grantor Shadow West Apartments | DOT’s First offer $173,600  |  Award to property owner $1.08 million

Grantor Dan Zohar (Main Street shopping plaza)  | DOT’s First offer $40,650  |  Award to property owner $910,000

Source: Florida Department of Transportation
*Calhoun & Associates was the real estate appraiser for the owners.

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