12C — November 9 - 22, 2018 — Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


P ennsylvania

HILADELPHIA, PA — KW Commercial recently completed the sale of the in- dustrial prop- erty at 6930 Norwitch Dr. in Philadel- phia for $3.5 million. B r a d y Carroll , based out of the Brady Carroll GETTYSBURG, PA — Barley Snyder , one of cen- tral Pennsylvania’s largest law firms, opened an office in downtown Gettysburg about one year ago. The firm is now expanding in one of Pennsyl- vania’s most historic towns, more than tripling the size of its office in the Adams County seat. The expansion of the firm’s presence in Gettysburg allows for the hiring of additional at- torneys and staff at the 3,000 s/f, state-of-the-art office at 123 Baltimore St. The Gettysburg move comes shortly after longtime Get- tysburg attorney Robert McQuaide joined the firm. “This was part of our plan from the start when we came to Gettysburg, to hire at- torneys and allow room to expand further,” Barley Sny- der managing partner Jeff Lobach said. “We’ve hired our first attorney that will be in Gettysburg full-time, so ex- panding our office for him, his assistant and for additional hiring is the logical move.” McQuaide, a member of Barley Snyder’s Education and Personal Planning prac- tice groups, has moved into the new office as of Oct. 15. “In my short time at Bar- ley Snyder, I have seen how serious the firm is about establishing a presence in Gettysburg that will benefit the community,” McQuaide said. “Joining Barley Snyder has allowed me to tap into the Barley Snyder expands inGettysburg firm’s vast resources through- out central Pennsylvania and to bring my clients services that might not have been available to them in the past. It’s been nothing but positives since I joined Barley Snyder.” McQuaide’s recent hire adds a new, local aspect to Barley Snyder’s current suc- cess in Adams County, as he is the longtime solicitor for both the Gettysburg Area and Upper Adams school districts. “The success we’ve seen in Gettysburg has been tre- mendous, and it necessitated a bigger team and a bigger base of operations in Adams County,” Lobach said. “This new office is a strategic move to accommodate both of those goals.”  Carroll represents both sides of the sale KW Commercial completes sale of 6930 Norwitch Drive P Brandywine Valley office of KW Commercial, represented both sides of the sale of the 23,000 s/f building. Carroll specializes in investment sales of commercial real estate and has been a valued broker in over $150 million in commer- cial sales across the country, including PA. The transaction was com- pleted on August 24th, 2018. Carroll saidd, “The industrial real estate sector continues to demonstrate high demand in the greater Philadelphia market. We generated a ton of interest in this asset due to its location and lack of available inventory.” Carroll’s atten- tion to detail and focus on the buyer/seller relationship made this transaction seamless for both parties.  integrating the ART of landscape architecture with the SCIENCE of civil engineering

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