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BMS sells Chick-fil-A lot, building for $1.3 million
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BMS Camden Associates LLC -- an affiliate of Myers Brothers of Atlanta -- is getting back some of the $5.1 million it paid for the River Oaks Shopping Center on West DeKalb Street. According to documents filed at the Kershaw County Registrar of Deeds Office on Dec. 10, BMS sold the more than 1-acre portion of the shopping center upon which Chick-fil-A is situated for $10 and other valuable consideration amounting to $1.328 million to PenRhon LLC of Grayson, Ga. PenRhon is listed on the State of Georgia Corporations Division’s website as a real estate and rental/leasing company that leases out non-residential buildings. The limited liability company’s registered agent is Gene Manuel, of Snellville, Ga. However, a mortgage borrowing nearly $943,000 from Legacy State Bank of Loganville, Ga., to help defray part of the cost of the purchase is signed by Robert J. Latimer, the president of Stone Mountain Care Car Center Inc. as a managing member of PenRhon.