The board of directors of Ingold Industries, Inc., authorized Don Burger, president of Ingold, to pay as much as $90,000 to purchase a tract of land adjacent to the main factory. Burger negotiated a price of $75,800 for the land, and legal fees for closing costs amounted to $820. A contractor cleared, filled, and graded the land for $6,800, and dug the foundation for a new building for $4,300. A prefabricated building was erected at a cost of $181,000. The building has an estimated useful life of 20 years with no residual value. The contractor’s bill indicated that the cost of the parking lot and driveways was $7,060. The parking lot and the driveways will need to be replaced in 15 years. The proper amount to be recorded in Ingold’s land account is