14B — June 28 - July 11, 2019 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


O wners , D evelopers & M anagers

MMAUS, PA — ALT Real ty agent Lisa Meszler Lyon sold Peter Adams of BHHS represents the sellers ALT Realty Agent, Lisa Meszler Lyon sells a 3-story residential/commercial property E

of this property, the owner receives two residential units with one commercial space. “My clients have built a substantial residential invest- ment portfolio over the years and are excited to have this property as the start of their commercial portfolio,” said Lyon. Previously a church, the commercial property has an available 1,600 s/f of retail space and a storefront onMain St. in the “triangle,” a central area in Downtown Emmaus known for quaint shops and walkable amenities. Lyon is an active player in

the Lehigh Valley for residen- tial and commercial real estate investors. She successfully identifies opportunities for redevelopment, renovation, and turn-key investments. Lisa currently has several ac- tive investors in the 10-50 unit range along with several ac- tive groups looking to acquire 50+ units, mobile home parks and MOBs.  Brinkerhoff secures 2019 USEPA Brownfield Grant for city of Newark NEWARK, NJ — Brinker- hoff Environmental Ser- vices, Inc. (Brinkerhoff) was instrumental in securing a 2019 Brownfield grant in the amount of $800K for the City of Newark. The grant was awarded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) following a nationwide selection process. “We are very pleased to assist the City of Newark with their many Brownfield issues. Our Newark-based staff is committed to address- ing the environmental needs of the surrounding commu- nities,” said CEO Laura Brinkerhoff . This highly competitive USEPA grant program pro- vides funding for testing and remediation of contaminated and underutilized properties. The grant award to Newark affirms the need to remedi- ate properties which were formerly deemed unusable, transform communities, cre- ate jobs and promote eco- nomic redevelopment. “The grant to remediate the 1,250-acre section of the riverfront in the North Ward will help the people of Newark unlock the value and gain access to one of our city’s treasures,” said New- ark Mayor Ras J. Baraka. “ U.S. Senator Cory Booker added, “This is the next step in the revitalization of my home, the City of Newark, and will transform sites along the Passaic River from danger- ous eyesores to redeveloped areas that can be enjoyed for generations to come.” Many of the Brownfield properties are located in des- ignated Opportunity Zones which offer tax incentives to developers and investors who consider Newark a potential investment location. 

a 4,380 s/f building at 348Main St., in Emmaus. Located in the triangle of downtown E m m a u s . Lyon repre- sented buyer, Gashi Prop-

Lisa Meszler Lyon

erties, LLC , in the transac- tion, which occurred on May 31, 2019. The sellers were represented by Peter Adams of BHHS . With the purchase

348 Main St.



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