12B — March 19 - April 15, 2021 — Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal
Way Services, Inc. leases building located at 107 Pitney Rd., Lancaster U. S. Commercial Realty's Daniel Berger and Daniel Berger, Jr. broker +/- 187,287 s/f ind. building
dustrial building to be built located in the new 322 Indus- trial Park in East Earl. Anna Reiff of Howard Hanna Real Estate represented the tenant and Scott D. Bradbury represented the developer. An undisclosed seller sold a 66 acre tract of industrial land located at 5130 Lincoln Hwy., Gap, PA. Bradbury and Dwight Wagner, CCIM , of U. S. Commercial Realty rep- resented the seller and Tom Savage and Gary Stapleton of Accelerate Real Estate represented the buyer. An undisclosed seller sold a +/- 5,300 s/f commercial build- ing located at 2115 Marietta Ave. to Bering Commer - cial Real Estate . The seller was represented by Joseph Bradbury of U. S. Commer- cial Realty and the buyers were self-represented. Dairy Road Development LLC sold a +/- 10.03 acre tract of land located at 2220 Dairy Rd. , Lancaster to Horse Creek Real Estate LLC. The land sold for $1.75 million. The seller was repre- sented by Daniel A. Berger, CCIM, SIOR and Daniel A. Berger Jr., CCIM. The buyer was represented by Scott D. Bradbury and Joseph W. Bradbury. MAREJ reporting, tax and cash man- agement for the 60+ million s/f industrial portfolio. In his new role, Rose will direct the strategic operations of the firm’s national portfolio of 55+ Active Adult and Inde- pendent Living assets. Rose joins Livingston with 20 years of experience as an operator within the seniors housing space across a broad range of environments, in- cluding independent living. His knowledge and skills extend to multi-site opera- tions, asset management, sales and marketing, asset acquisitions, and business development. He previously served as vice president of operations at guest services senior living, where he de- veloped key infrastructures, launched strategic sales and marketing campaigns, and doubled the size of the firm’s portfolio through acquisitions and new development. MAREJ
ANCASTER, PA — U. S. Commercial Re - alty, Inc. , a privately
held compa- ny based in Lancaster, has recent- ly arranged the follow- i ng s a l e s and leases: A n u n - d i s c l o s e d seller sold a + 36,080 s / f indus- trial build- ing situated on +/- 3.76 a c r e s l o - c a t e d a t 30 Wright Ave., Lititz, PA 17543 to
107 Pitney Rd., Lancaster and of Realty One Group Unlimited and the seller was represented by Daniel Berger, CCIM, SIOR and Daniel Berger, Jr., CCIM. An undisclosed landlord leased a +/- 187,287 s/f in- dustrial building located at 107 Pitney Rd., Lancaster, to Way Services, Inc. at an un- disclosed rate. The landlord was represented by Patrick Lafferty, CCIM, SIOR of CBRE and the tenant was represented by Daniel A.
Daniel Berger, Jr.
chase price was $1.6 million. The buyer was represented by Deepa Balepur of Compass Commercial Real Estate and the seller was represent- ed by Daniel Berger, CCIM, SIOR and Daniel Berger, Jr., CCIM. Columbia &Main Partners sold a +/- 4,069 s/f building lo- cated at 2309 Columbia Ave., Lancaster to Almigo’s Hold- ing Co. The purchase price was $395,000. The buyer was represented by Remi Bri-
Berger, CCIM, SIOR and Daniel A. Berger, Jr., CCIM. M Land Develop LLC sold the first nine lots in Vintage Business Park located at 27 South Vintage Rd., Paradise, PA to an undisclosed buyer. The buyer was represented by Harold Bare of Hostet- ter Realty and the seller was represented by Scott D. Bradbury of U. S. Commer- cial Realty Inc. An undisclosed landlord leased a +/- 53,000 s/f in- an emphasis on wellness and community,” said Scola. “The appointments of Brian and Shawn represent our dedica- tion to not only growing our footprint in this space, but best serving our investors, management partners, and residents across our portfolio.” In his CFO role at Livings- ton, Krill is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of the company’s accounting and fi- nancial management, as well as spearheading strategic initiatives at the firm, includ- ing working on the creation of new investment offerings. Krill has 20 years of ac- counting and finance experi- ence with a significant focus on the commercial real estate sector. His previous experi- ence includes a role as Vice President – Fund/Property Controller at KTR Capital Partners, where he was re- sponsible for property ac- counting, budgeting, financial
an undisclosed buyer. The purchase price was $2.8 mil- lion. The buyer was repre- sented by Scott Williams of Avison Young and the seller was represented by Daniel Berger, CCIM, SIOR and Daniel Berger, Jr., CCIM of U. S. Commercial Realty Inc. Hoss’s Restaurant Opera- tions, Inc. sold a +/- 9,376 s/f commercial building lo- cated at 100West Airport Rd., Lititz, PA 17543, to Deerin Companies, LLC. The pur- RADNOR, PA — Liv- ingston Street Capital an- nounced the expansion of its leadership team to coincide with the firm’s actively grow- ing focus on 55+ Active Adult and Independent Living assets nationally. The firm, which currently owns nearly 1,000 55+ Active Adult and Independent Living units in addition to its core and core-plus industrial and office holdings, has appointed Brian Krill as chief financial officer and senior housing in- dustry veteran Shawn Rose as managing director of asset management. “As we strategically expand our holdings in the 55+ Active Adult and Independent Living subsectors, we’ve commit- ted to growing our acquisi- tions and asset management platforms in order to widen and optimize our capabili- ties,” said Livingston founder and Co-CEO Peter Scola .
Firm appoints Krill as chief financial officer and Rose as managing director of asset management Livingston grows its focus on national 55+ active adult sector
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which totaled 71.6 million in 2019, for active, autonomous lifestyles. The firm has focused on growing its portfolio to le- verage this demand. “In response to the needs and desires of today’s 55+ demographic, our focus at Livingston is to invest in as- sets that do not provide care, but offer active lifestyles with
“Through appointing a core team of expert professionals who know the ins-and-outs of what it takes to own and operate large-scale real estate portfolios, we are positioning ourselves to continue to grow and thrive.” Livingston strategically iden- tified growing demand from the large Baby Boomer generation,
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