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www.marejournal.com P ennsylvania S potlight C entral PA The Wolf Organization leases 200,000 s/f of industrial space ROCK Commercial Real Estate arranges 88 acre sale at Dew Drop Rd. in York Township M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — Central Pennsylvania — March 10 - 23, 2017 — 7C

ORK, PA — ROCK Commercial Real Estate recently com- pleted 16 sale and lease trans- actions totaling 287,337 s/f in Pennsylvania. SALES • John M. Polli & Maria A. Polli purchased 88 acres of land at Dew Drop Rd. in York Township, York County, Penn- sylvania. ROCK represented the buyer and seller in the transaction. • WAJASA Properties, LP purchased a 21,056 s/f com- mercial property at 104 North Main St. in Biglerville Bor- ough, Adams County. ROCK represented the buyer in the transaction. • Tom Lash purchased a 1,000 s/f commercial property at 676 South Main St., Red Lion Borough, York County. ROCK represented the buyer and seller in the transaction. • Hashempour & Sons, LLC purchased a 41,166 s/f indus- trial property at 517 Prospect Y

leased 2,982 s/f of office space at 1407 Williams Rd. in Sprin- gettsbury Township, York County Pennsylvania. ROCK represented the Tenant in the transaction. For additional in- formation, please contact John Birkeland. • Movement Mortgage, LLC leased 2,054 s/f of office space at 195 Leader Heights Rd., York Township, York County, Pennsylvania. ROCK repre- sented the Landlord in the transaction. For additional information, please contact David Bode. • CBY Systems, Inc. leased 4,101 s/f of offic space at 18 South George St. in York City, York County, Pennsylvania. ROCK represented the land- lord and the tenant in the transaction. • Recovery Wellness Ser- vices leased 228 s/f of office space at 18 South George St., York City, York County, Penn- sylvania. ROCK represented the landlord and the tenant in “It is an honor to have the opportunity to be involved in the governance of an organiza- tion that is so important to our community,” Minnich said. “As a regional comprehensive healthcare provider, Well- Span plays such a dynamic and integral role in promoting health and wellness in our community.” Minnich, a York native, is chair of Barley Snyder’s Liti- gation group and a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Ad- vocates Forum, an elite group of litigation attorneys in the country that have obtained verdicts and settlements in individual cases of more than $2 million. In addition to serving as vice-chairman of WellSpan’s planning commit- tee and chairman of WellSpan Specialty Services, Minnich is also involved in several other community organizations in-

the transaction. • Transperfect Translations International, Inc. leased 2,814 s/f of office space at 221 West Philadelphia St. in York City, Lancaster County, Penn- sylvania. ROCK represented the landlord and the tenant in the transaction. • UGI Energy Services leased 1,200 s/f of commercial space at 555 Ryan Run Rd. in Manchester Township, York County. ROCK represented the landlord and the tenant in the transaction. • The Wolf Organization, LLC leased 200,000 s/f of industrial space at 495 East Locust Lane in Manches- ter Township, York County. ROCK represented the tenant in the transaction. • Communi ty Servi ces Group leased 4,508 s/f of mixed use space at 149-155 West Market St. in York City, York County. ROCK represented the landlord and the tenant in the transaction. n cluding the York County Bar Foundation and TrueNorth Wellness Services, where he serves on the board of direc- tors and is immediate past president of both organiza- tions. About Barley Snyder Barley Snyder is a law firm based in central Pennsylvania with more than 70 attorneys practicing from offices located in Lancaster, York, Reading, Malvern and Hanover, and Hunt Valley, MD. The firm serves businesses, individuals and organizations in all major areas of civil law including: business, employment, im- migration, employee benefits, finance & creditors’ rights, in- tellectual property, litigation, estate planning and adminis- tration, real estate, tax, con- struction, environment and energy, health care, education and municipal authority. n

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St. in York City, York County. ROCK represented the buyer and seller in the transaction. LEASES • JCAR Logo Gear, LLC leased 2,400 s/f of mixed use

space at 2474 North George St. in Manchester Township, York County. ROCK repre- sented the landlord in the transaction. • Progressive Publishing

Partner, Minnich has been named to the board of directors York County-basedWellSpanHealth’s YorkHealth Foundation names Barley Snyder’s Lobach Chair of foundation Board

patient care locations. “I’m a big believer in Well- Span’s regional health system concept,” Lobach said. “Well- Span Health is an important component of each community it serves, and the foundations, including the York Health Foundation, are vital to the success of that overall Well- Span mission of exceptional care, lifelong wellness and healthy communities.” Lobach has a long history of service with WellSpan, including being a founding director of the York Health Foundation and time spent as the chair of the board of directors of WellSpan Health. He had been the vice chair of the York Health Foundation before being elevated to chair at the start of the year. Partner Paul Minnich has been named to the board of directors at WellSpan Health.

York, Pa — Bar ley Snyder managing partner Jeffrey Lobach has been

WellSpan Surgery & Reha- bilitation Hospital and Well- Span VNA Home Care. The foundation recently completed raising $3 million toward the construction of a new emergency department at WellSpan York Hospital and is considering options for its next fundraising campaign. WellSpan has three other foundations – one each based in Ephrata, Gettysburg and Lebanon – to support Well- Span facilities, services and programs in those regions. WellSpan Health is an in- tegrated health system with more than 1,200 physicians that serves the communi- ties of central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. The organization includes ad- vanced practice clinicians, a home care organization, six hospitals, more than 15,000 employees and more than 130

elevated to chairman of the board for York County- based Well- SpanHeath’s York Health Foundation. The York H e a l t h Foundation is a commu- nity-based, not-for-profit organization dedicated to i mp r o v i n g the hea l th of the local community

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by supporting the York area entities of WellSpan Health. The York facilities include WellSpan York Hospital,

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