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Tenedor Pesado, made up of Kinetic Design and Sanders, Myers & Blackwell CPAs, is the buyer.
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Tenedor Pesado, made up of Kinetic Design and Sanders, Myers & Blackwell CPAs, is the buyer.

Architecture, CPA firms buy office building known for giant fork

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A Chesterfield Village property known for its signature giant fork has sold.

Tenedor Pesado LLC, a real estate holding company whose name means "heavy fork" in Spanish, acquired the 2215 W. Chesterfield Blvd. building, said Abbye Bobbett, architect and chief operations officer for Kinetic Design and Development LLC. Kinetic is a partner with Sanders, Myers & Blackwell CPAs LLP in the real estate company, Bobbett said.

“We have known and worked with SMB for a few years now, and we had both outgrown our current facilities. This property fit the bill of exactly what both of us were looking for,” Bobbett said via email. “We are excited for the future growth this allows for both of our companies.”

Realtor Gerald Zamora of Zamora Real Estate said via email he brokered the property deal, which closed yesterday.

The seller, Springfield digital commerce firm Classy Llama Studios LLC, listed the 25,271-square-foot property for sale at $5 million, according to a listing document provided by Zamora. The financial terms of the deal were undisclosed.

Bobbett said Kinetic would take the first floor, with Sanders, Myers & Blackwell CPAs occupying the third. Classy Llama will lease the second floor, she said. The property listing indicates the first floor is 8,977 square feet, with the second level at 8,149 square feet and the third floor at 8,145 square feet.

Infill work is slated to be conducted as Kinect looks to relocate in the next couple of months, Bobbett said. The architecture firm opened in September 2022 at 2101 W. Chesterfield Blvd., Ste. A101, according to past reporting.

Sanders, Myers & Blackwell CPAs currently operates at 909 E. Republic Road, Ste. F-200, according to its website.

The Chesterfield Village property was purchased by Classy Llama in 2018, according to past reporting. The property previously was home to marketing professional Bob Noble’s ventures.


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