Mystery property buyer in downtown Clearwater brings questions about Scientology's involvement - 2017-02-21

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F7.png Mystery property buyer in downtown Clearwater brings questions about Scientology's involvement February 21, 2017, Tracey McManus, Tampa Bay Times

CLEARWATER — An Ybor City real estate broker has been snapping up downtown property on behalf of a buyer working very hard to remain secret.

This month, a newly former LLC called 601 Cleveland registered to Fred Edmister, acting as the broker, paid $13 million for the city's largest office tower, the nine-story, all-glass Atrium building, in the center of downtown.

On Jan. 13, a business called 715 Laura LLC, also registered to Edmister, bought an auto garage at that street address, less than a block from the Atrium, for $1.7 million, according to property records.


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