Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — Pennsylvania — February 14 - 27, 2014 — Inside Back Cover C


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Representing The Greater Harrisburg Area Landmark Commercial Realty joins TCN Worldwide H ARRISBURG, PA — H. Ross Ford , presi- dent andCEOof TCN estate companies serving the Greater Harrisburg Area.

Michael Baxter & Assoc. names top producer DiBella and Baxter receive Memorial TeamPlayerAward

“It is a pleasure to welcome Landmark Commercial Realty to our organization,” stated Ross Ford. “Landmark, a high- ly respected firm, is a perfect example of the type of strong independent firmwe continue to attract to TCN Worldwide. As we continue to expand, the key to TCN Worldwide’s success remains its ability to provide its members with the tools they need to compete more effectively within this competitive industry. We look forward to Landmark’s con- tribution and collaboration as we continue to grow as an organization.” n members and educating new members on the best ways to maximize their membership. She will act as the Chamber liaison and work very closely with theAmbassador Commit- tee. Previously, Sally worked as a Travel/Member Services Consultant at AAA Reading Berks and served as the execu- tive director for the Columbia Montour Visitors Bureau. She is the JCI Senate Sec- retary of the Pennsylvania Jaycees and volunteers for St. Stephen’s Polish National Catholic Church and Exeter Township Parks and Recre- ation Special Events Commit- tee. Traczuk attended Susque- hanna University and is a graduate of Schuylkill Leader- ship and Dale Carnegie. n

“Our Company is extremely pleased to be joining TCN Worldwide, one of the indus- try’s largest commercial real estate organizations,” stated David Remmel , president of Landmark Commercial Realty/TCN Worldwide. “We continually strive to provide our clients with the best pos- sible solutions to their real estate objectives and our part- nership with TCN Worldwide will facilitate our ability to offer an expanded array of services, expertise and global coverage.”

Worldwide announc ed Landmark C o mm e r - cial Realty as the newest member to join the inter- national real estate servic-

Michelle DiBella

Michael C. Baxter

Daniel Perich

Stroudsburg, PA — Michelle DiBella , property administrator and Michael C. Baxter , commercial ad- visor for Michael Baxter & Associates Commercial Real Estate & Property Manage- ment (MB&A) were each pre- sented with a “Tammy Miller Memorial Team Player” award at MB&A’s annual holiday celebration. The award is in re- membrance of Tammy Miller, the company’s former market- ing director. MB&A broker/owner Mi- chael J. Baxter, CCIM said, “Michelle has a very chal- lenging position working with tenant issues and emergencies which she does with a smile. She never hesitates to help co- workers no matter how hectic her schedule becomes”. “Michael C. Baxter is a com- mercial advisor who works strictly on commission but

never has a problem taking time out of his busy schedule to assist other advisors or mem- bers of the staff on any number of projects”, Michael J. Baxter said of his son. Michael J. continues, “I am very pleased and proud of both Michelle and Michael. It is es- pecially gratifying to me as the broker/owner that seven differ- ent people in our firm received votes which is a testament to our working atmosphere.” MB&A announced Daniel Perich, CCIM , zssociate bro- ker as the Top Producer for 2013. This is the tenth con- secutive year in which Dan has earned this distinction. “Top Producer for a decade is a very special accomplishment. It is a testimony to Dan’s work ethic, his integrity and his cli- ent loyalty. Dan is the most motivated real estate profes- sional.” said Michael J. n

es organization. Landmark Commercial Realty/TCN Worldwide is headquartered in Lemoyne, and is recognized as one of the leading private full-service commercial real David Remmel

Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce hires Patricia Kline and Sally Traczuk

Reading PA — The Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry announced the hire of two new colleagues. Patricia Kline , program coordinator, will be responsible for managing the Chamber’s Center for Busi- ness Excellence training and Catalyst shared workspace. Her primary focus will be on supporting all aspects of the training arm of the organi- zation. Prior to joining the Chamber team, Kline was the Training Coordinator at Ener- Sys where she maintained the learning management system and coordinated the training logistics for 3,200 colleagues. She currently chairs the Public and International Af- fairs Committee of the Lititz Lancaster County, PA — On January 16, 2014, Rick Jackson, ELAGroup’s principal-in-charge of land- scape architecture, was in- stalled as the 2014 vice presi- dent of the Building Indus- tryAssociation of Lancast- er County during the BIA’s annual Installation Banquet held at the Cork Factory in Lancaster, PA. Those installed Lancaster, PA — RGS Associates, Inc. announced the newest members of their RGS team, Aislynn Herbst, and Nick Grandi , both de- signer. Herbst graduated in 2013 from The Pennsylvania State University with a Bache- lor of LandscapeArchitecture.

Woman’s Club and has served on the executive board mul- tiple times. Kline volunteered in many capacities for Millers- ville University, PATHways Center for Grief and Loss and the Lancaster Science Fac- tory. She has B.S. in Biology, Secondary Education from Millersville University. Sally Traczuk , director, membership services, will be responsible for identifying and meeting with prospective Patricia Kline Sally Traczuk

The PA, Southern NJ and Delaware CCIM Chapter Hosts Sold-Out Event

by Peter Gallagher (senior officer of the PA Builders As- sociation) as officers of the Lancaster County homebuild- ers association include, from left to right, Larry Gerlach and Galen Eby (presidential advisors), Scott Frick (sec- retary/treasurer), Jackson, and Betty Marley (associate vice president). Not shown: Phil Eby , of Eby Exteriors , was installed as the BIA’s 2014 President. n BIA names ELA Group’s Rick Jackson as vice president She is a member of the Ameri- can Society of Landscape Ar- chitects. Grandi is a graduate from Rutgers University and holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Planning Degree. Grandi was previously employed at Charles Hess Landscape Architects. n RGS Associates, Inc. adds Aislynn Herbst and Nick Grandi Aislynn Herbst Nick Grandi

Allentown, PA — The PA/sNJ/DE Chapter of the Certified Commercial In- vestment Member (CCIM) Institute hosted its first event for 2014 on January 14. Over 65 professionals attended the sold-out event to learn about the one-of-a-kind urban rede- velopment legislation called the Neighborhood Improve- ment Zone (NIZ) inAllentown, Pennsylvania. Speakers from City Center Lehigh Valley included CEO and president, J.B. Reilly and executive VP and COO, Jim

Harbaugh . They two execu- tives outlined the parameters of the NIZ as well as their multi-million dollar invest- ment in Pennsylvania’s third largest city: almost one million s/f of class A office, retail, hos- pitality and residential around Downtown Allentown’s new hockey arena for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. Tenants an- nounced at the presentation included Air Products, Le- high Valley Health Network, National Penn Bancshares and a Marriott Renaissance Hotel. n

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