Home Depot Inc (NYSE:HD) Shares Sold by Gofen & Glossberg LLC IL

Gofen & Glossberg LLC IL lessened its holdings in shares of Home Depot Inc (NYSE:HD) by 1.0% during the 3rd quarter, Holdings reports. The fund owned 79,788 shares of the home improvement retailer’s stock after selling 793 shares during the period. Gofen & Glossberg LLC IL’s holdings in Home Depot were worth $22,158,000 as of its most recent SEC filing.

A number of other hedge funds have also bought and sold shares of HD. Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB publ lifted its position in Home Depot by 1.3% during the 1st quarter. Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB publ now owns 326,905 shares of the home improvement retailer’s stock worth $61,036,000 after acquiring an additional 4,303 shares during the period. ETF Managers Group LLC grew its position in Home Depot by 11.4% in the 1st quarter. ETF Managers Group LLC now owns 1,448 shares of the home improvement retailer’s stock valued at $284,000 after buying an additional 148 shares during the last quarter. Massachusetts Financial Services Co. MA acquired a new position in Home Depot in the 1st quarter valued at $111,444,000. Geode Capital Management LLC raised its position in Home Depot by 1.1% during the 1st quarter. Geode Capital Management LLC now owns 16,956,982 shares of the home improvement retailer’s stock worth $3,160,862,000 after buying an additional 191,403 shares during the last quarter. Finally, Intact Investment Management Inc. boosted its holdings in shares of Home Depot by 11.1% in the first quarter. Intact Investment Management Inc. now owns 52,900 shares of the home improvement retailer’s stock valued at $9,877,000 after acquiring an additional 5,300 shares in the last quarter. Hedge funds and other institutional investors own 69.00% of the company’s stock.

In related news, EVP William G. Lennie sold 13,199 shares of the stock in a transaction that occurred on Wednesday,

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Homes That Sold for Around $625,000

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that sold around a certain price point, allowing you to compare single-family homes, condos and co-ops in different locales.

The “list price” is the asking price when the property came on the market with the most recent broker. The time on the market is measured from the most recent listing to the closing date of the sale.

Brooklyn | 1 bedroom, 1 bath

A 625-square-foot prewar co-op, with inlaid hardwood floors, a living room with built-in bookshelves and a windowed eat-in kitchen, in a non-doorman walk-up limestone rowhouse.

38 weeks on the market

$729,000 list price

5% below list price

Costs $510 a month in maintenance

Listing broker Compass

Long Island | 2 bedrooms, 2½ baths

A 1,504-square-foot, townhouse-style condo built in 1979, with a combined living and dining room that has a mirrored wall, a kitchen with white appliances and an attached two-car garage, in a complex with a pool.

13 weeks on the market

$618,000 list price

5% below list price

Costs $12,429 a year in taxes; $488 a month in common charges

Listing broker Douglas Elliman

Westchester | 3 bedrooms, 1½ baths

This 1,316-square-foot, 87-year-old Tudor-style house has a living room with beamed ceilings and a stone fireplace, a kitchen with exposed-brick walls and central air-conditioning on 0.12 acres.

13 weeks on the market

$649,000 list price

2% below list price

Costs $20,032 a year in taxes

Listing broker Compass

New Jersey | 5 bedrooms, 3½ baths

A 59-year-old 2,538-square-foot house, with a living room that has a fireplace and bay window, a

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Lake View Estates nearly sold out

Lake View Estates, in the Lake Club, is currently 90 percent sold out. Only eight estate homes remain in the enclave, which began with 68.

Featuring spectacular lake views on estate-size lots, the homes in Lake View Estates are crafted by four of the region’s top builders: Anchor Builders, Arthur Rutenberg Homes, John Cannon Homes and Stock Signature Homes.

Anchor Builders has introduced its new St. Martin, available for move-in next spring. The home will have 3,095 square feet under air, three bedrooms, three baths, a study, a flex room, a three-car garage and an expansive pool area.

John Cannon Homes’ expansive Korina offers classic coastal style with a contemporary influence through the interior design by Kay Green Design. An abundance of natural light and vibrant accents of yellow, blues, greens and mixed metals shine throughout the home.

Stock Signature Homes offers the Clairborne II, which encompasses a generous 4,369 square feet of living space with four bedrooms, four full and one-half bathrooms, great room, dining room, study, and a split four-car garage.

The Lake Club, the most exclusive village in Lakewood Ranch, continues to inspire luxurious living with stunning homes by renowned builders and incomparable amenities.

The village overall has experienced much success so far in 2020, with more than 100 sales year-to-date.

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Henderson Country Club golf course sold; owner eyes improvements


With a toast of champagne and expressions of thanks, members of the Henderson Country Club last week celebrated the sale of the golf course to one of its members.

With it, club advocates and staff hope to see the golf course rebound and recapture some of its previous popularity and remain in operation for years to come.

“Thank you for your support,” Charles Morris, who closed on the purchase of the 18-hole, 142-acre course on Tuesday, said during a celebration at the club’s upstairs banquet room.

“We appreciate what you’re doing,” Eric Williams, who has been president of the club’s board of directors, replied.

A deed recorded at the Henderson County Courthouse indicated that Morris Enterprises LLC paid the country club just over $1 million for four parcels of real estate. But Morris said he has also agreed to make a “considerable investment” to enhance the property and operation.

In an interview, he outlined a vision for upgrading course facilities and services, making continued improvements to the golf course itself and rebuilding the club as a social venue.

And while ownership changes from an association into private hands, he said the facility’s name won’t change.

“We’re leaving the name ‘Henderson Country Club,’” Morris said. “I thought, it’s been around since 1899; it would be a disservice to change the name.”

The sale comes after

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US contractors are dropping heaps of taxpayer-funded border wall in Mexico where it’s being sold as scrap metal

  • Contractors based in the United States are replacing old barriers along the Arizona-Mexico border.
  • Witnesses told local news that as constructing crews are tearing pieces of the old wall down, they’re leaving the scrap pieces on the Mexico side of the border.
  • Mexican scrap metal collectors are profiting off the pieces of the wall, which was funded by taxpayers.

Contractors who are replacing the border wall in Arizona are dumping leftover debris in Mexico, where scrap metal dealers are profiting off the pieces, witnesses told local television stations KOB4 and CBS 5.

The witnesses — an ecologist who works in the desert region in Southern Arizona and people selling the metal online — told CBS 5 that the contractors are essentially giving away the old wall.

“There were DHS and Army Corps of Engineers officials, standing there watching their contractors with a bulldozer and front-end loaders push the scrap metal onto the Mexican side,” Gary Nabhan, a desert ecologist, told the station. “And Mexican scrap metal scavengers were coming right up to the border.”Advertisement

Long before his presidency, President Donald Trump had made the construction of a wall along the border with Mexico his keystone issue. The wall, if finished, will end up costing American taxpayers tens of billions of dollars.

Nabhan told KOB4 that he believed that dumping the old wall for anyone to haul away in Sonoyta, Mexico, is both a taxpayer waste and environmentally concerning.

“All of that metal and concrete should have been carried away to Phoenix or Tucson where there’s legal disposal sites or recycling centers – none of it should have been pushed into Mexico,” Nabhan said.


CBS5 first learned of the scrap metal dumping after discovering an ad online for “Steel For Sale Arizona,” the station reported.

“We have an amazing

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