Ontario, Calif. — Hanley Investment Group Real Estate has arranged the sale of two retail pad buildings, totaling 21,591 square feet in Ontario, in two separate transactions totaling $5.6 million. The properties are part of a Walgreens-anchored neighborhood center, which was built in 2007. Kevin Fryman of Hanley Investment Group represented the seller, an Ontario-based private developer, in both transactions. In the first deal, a Southern California-based private investor acquired a two-tenant, 13,381-square-foot building, situated on 1.3 acres at 2645 E. Riverside Drive, for $3.2 million. A 7,200-square-foot O’Reilly Auto Parts and a corporate office fully occupy the property. Jeff Lin of Marcus & Millichap’s Ontario office represented the buyer. In the second transaction, a Temple City, California-based private investor purchased an 8,210-square-foot retail pad, located on 1.1 acres at 2665 E. Riverside Drive in Ontario, for $2.4 million. The property is fully occupied by seven tenants, including Subway, Wonderful Massage, Empire Barbers, IE Vapes, First Rate Staffing, Les Tax and a management company. Watson Yeh of EZ Max Realty represented the buyer in the deal.