12B — April 12 - 25, 2019— Southern New Jersey — M id A tlantic
Real Estate Journal
S outhern N ew J ersey
OORESTOWN, NJ — WCRE | COR- FAC International Large block of space is ideal for a variety of non-retail uses PREIT appoints WCRE as agent to market +/-30,000s/f atTheMoorestownMall inMoorestown M NJ, Moorestown Mall offers direct access to Rte. 38 and is within close proximity to Rte. 73, I-295 and the NJ Tpke.
Probation Department and the Department of Labor. The morning session culminated in a discussion with four Youth be- ing served by the Work Group, a One-Stop Training Partner, and the Community Planning & Advocacy Council. Rosy Ar- royo, Camden County Youth Service Commission Adminis- trator, and Community Plan- ning & Advocacy Council, led this panel discussion of real heartfelt comments and con- cerns by these youth that led to a deeper understanding of the barriers they face. In the afternoon, partners participated in a conference, round table style, to address the barriers and develop a joint statement or set of agency- specific commitments to action. The WDB was able to make a very strong case for the need of agencies to take ownership of helping youth obtain proper identification documentation. Youth Aging Out Of Foster Care The Youth Aging-Out of Fos- ter Care Initiative was estab- lished by the Youth One-Stop in association with Rosy Arroyo, Camden County Youth Service Commission Administrator, and Community Planning & Advocacy Council. This out- reach program now allows YOS Counselors to be present as Youth attend their final court date and formal release from the Foster Care System. This process usually occurs around the Youth’s eighteenth birth- day. Youth Counselors have received permission to be pres- ent at juvenile probation at the Cherry Hill Executive Campus on two Wednesdays per month. The Camden County Workforce Development Board is a local partnership of representatives from the public and private sector who provide the coordi- nated planning, oversight and policy guidance for all of the workforce readi- ness programs in Camden County, NJ. continued on page 10B The Camden County One-Stop Career . . . top-tier owner and operator in the region,” said Jason Wolf , managing principal of WCRE. WCRE’s VP and principal Chris Henderson andWolf will be working closely with PREIT to facilitate the leasing of this well-trafficked property.
a n n o u n c e d that i t has been appoint- ed by PREIT as the office leasing agent to market +/- 30,000 s/f at t he f o rme r Macy’s store located within the Moorestown Mall in Moorestown. This unique 30,0000 s/f leas- ing opportunity is located con- tiguous to the newly opened Jason Wolf
This large block of space is ideal for a variety of non- retail uses including education, training centers, back office operations, call center, etc. Sur- rounded by brand name retail, state-of-the-art entertainment and numerous restaurants, the Moorestown Mall offers a di- verse mix of high demand uses. “We are excited about the opportunity to partner with PREIT and market a first- class property on behalf of a
HomeSense, Five Below and the soon-to-open Sierra Trading Post in the former Macy’s and is situated in a prime location
with an average traffic count of 88,000 cars passing by the Mall each day. Located in the most affluent suburb in Southern
FULL SERVICE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE & ADVISORY FIRM WHAT SEPARATES US FROM THE REST? 360 DEGREES OF PREPARATION.
Property Blogs & Email Marketing
Targeted Prospecting, Broker Outreach & Canvassing
Landlord Representation Tenant Representation
Research & Marketing Information Corporate Real Estate Representation
Appraisal & Advisory Services
For more information, visit WolfCRE.com or call 856-857-6300 .
Building Successful Relationships TM
Marlton, NJ l Philadelphia l King of Prussia, PA
Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online