Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — Executive Women in Business — October 25 - November 7, 2013 — 1C


Executive Women in Business

Amy L. Hawley, Broker of Record Hawley Realty, Inc., Years with company/firm: 25+ Years in field: 25+ Real estate organizations / affiliations: SIOR

• 4111 Kesslersville Rd., Easton, PA: Near the NJ State Line, up to 80,000 SF available in Forks Industrial Park. Features: Dual-tenant bldg. w/3000 amp 480 volt electric, public utilities, natural gas, tailgate loading, 16-24’ ceiling height. Great Lease Rates. • 639 Grammes Rd., Allentown, PA: 61,000 SF lt. mfg. facility within ½ mile of an I-78 Exit. Features include: Fenced lot, 6+ acre lot, 2,500 SF office-showroom area , cross- dock loading doors, well-maintained bldg., and 3 divided sections. Sale and Lease terms offered. • 6969 Silver Crest Rd., Bath, PA: 65,000 SF warehouse office and showroom facility. Features include: 9 truck dock doors with deep truck court, 1 oversized drive-in door, 10,000 SF turn-key office area, 24’-31’ ceiling height. 5+ acre site with expansion potential. Sale and Lease terms available. • 2015 City Line Road, Bethlehem, PA: Up to 53,049 SF available near ABE Regional Airport industrial/warehouse building, 20’ ceiling height, 3 dock doors, 1 oversized drive in door, 2,070 SF office/ showroom , fenced storage yard, sprinkler system. Lease Rate Recently Reduced! • Routes 191 & 33 in Stockertown, PA: Up to 60,000 SF section available Features include: 24’+ ceiling height, drive-in & dock loading doors, public utilities to site, subdivided units, 3-phase electric service, highway visibility. Lease and Sale terms offered. • 1866 Auburn St., Bethlehem, PA: 46,000+ SF building with 3.79 acres, partially leased, 3 drive in doors, 3 dock doors at loading platform area, ample parking, ADA compliant, dry sprinkler system, large fenced yard. Within 1 mile of I-78/Sands Casino Exit. All offers considered. For Info call: 610-398-4000 or download info from www.hawleyrealty.com

Amy L. Hawley, SIOR, Broker of Record - is a

graduate of Moravian College in PA, where she earned her bachelor’s

degree in History. She is past president of the Philadelphia Chapter

of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors, and was also Voted

one of Pennsylvania’s Best 50 Women in Business. Certified as a

Woman Business Enterprise owner for the Commonwealth of Penn-

sylvania – as a result, she has worked with several Local, State, and

Federal government agencies. She has over 25+ years experience in

industrial and office property sales and leasing. Her additional areas

of expertise include real estate consulting services, market statistical

reports, and development project feasibility analysis. n

Peggy Gallagher, CCIM, President PG Commercial Real Estate, Inc., ITRA Global Years with company/firm: 16 Real estate organizations / affiliations: Exclusive Affiliate of ITRA Global, CCIM Institute, PA/NJ/DE Chapter of CCIM, CREW Philadelphia, Montgomery County Econ.Dev.Corp., Tell us how and when you began your career in the profession you are in? Around 1978 I obtained a New Jersey real estate license selling and leasing resort property in Cape May County. In

Congratulations! Peggy Gallagher for recognition in Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal’s Executive Women in Business Spotlight!

1984 with my family I relocated to the Philadelphia area. I began my career as a Commercial Real Estate agent with Reed & Stambaugh’s Cherry Hill Office. It wasn’t until 1997 that I founded PG Commercial Real Estate Inc., which in 2006 became the exclusive Affiliate of ITRA Global for the Philadel- phia Region. What challenges an/or obstacles do you feel you needed to overcome to become as successful as you are today? Obstacles and personality quirks – I had to overcome being extremely shy, and fearful of rejection and failure. In the 80’s it was challenging to be taken seriously as a women in the male dominated industry of commercial real estate. A reoccurring challenge, like any profession, is the continual need to be re-educated. Do you feel being a woman is an advantage in today’s business world? Why? Why not? Yes. Success is not assigned only to one gender. Men and women are different. Business is about relationships, trust, experience and knowledge. A woman’s approach or how she handles a situation or success makes her unique. There are no limitations on success and women prove that every day. Who do you feel was most influential in your life when choosing this profession? It is difficult to point to anyone person. I have relatives that were suc- cessful in business and sectors of the real estate business. I had a stubborn vision and belief that I could be successful in starting a career in commercial real estate as a sales associate, raise my children, and complete my college degree at LaSalle University at the same time. I was able to accomplish all of that with the love and support from family and friends. Two individuals in particular gave me a lot of emotional support, and good business ideas, my husband Tom Vezzosi, and my Dad who we lost in 2010. n

PG Commercial Real Estate, Inc. Recent News

PG Commercial Real Estate, Inc., Philadelphia affiliate of ITRA Global is proud to announce the SALE of 1000 Germantown Pike, C-6, Plymouth Meeting, PA.

Sale Price: $379,000.00

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