12A — June 24 - July 14, 2016 — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


M id A tlantic R eal E state J ournal

The Kutztown Publishing Company signs a 16,935 s/f lease Denholtz Associates announces full occupancy at Lehigh Valley industrial bldg. U

The property’s strategic loca- tion offers immediate access to I-78, just west of the I-78 and the Northern Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike interchange. The building fea- tures ample tailboard loading facilities, optimally designed bay spacing in the warehouse portions of the building as well as close proximity to PA 33 & 309, shopping, hotels and oth- er commercial developments. “Our specialization in multi- tenant industrial buildings means that we are always looking for small-to-mid-sized established tenants with a need for quality space and

PPER MACUNGIE, PA — Denholtz As- sociates , a privately held, fully integrated real es- tate development, investment and management company, has announced that The Kutz- town Publishing Company has signed a 16,935 s/f lease at its Upper Macungie flex- industrial property located at 7036 Snowdrift Rd. The trans- action brings the property to full occupancy. 7036 Snowdrift Rd. is an exceptional quality, 98,291 s/f office/industrial building located on 8.47-acres in the Iron Run Business Campus.

7036 Snowdrift Rd.

working with them to make sure the space suits their specific needs,” said Kristine Hurlbut , senior vice president of leasing at Denholtz Associ- ates. “Kutztown Publishing

is a successful, family owned print communication corpo- ration with over 135 years of service who can use this well-located flex-industrial space as an asset to continue

growing their business. What sets Denholtz apart from our competition is our substantial in-house capabilities which make our risk-adjusted multi- tenant strategies a success.” n The Feil Org. signs three office leases totaling 24,791 s/f

NEWYORK, NY — After a major façade and lobby ren- ovation that has recently b e e n c om - pleted at 853 B r o a d w a y , three new of- fice tenants have inked

long-term leases at the Union Square building complement- ing the neighborhood’s nu- merous financial, media and textiles companies. Brack Capital Group has taken the entire second floor of the building, totaling 8,815 s/f. Shaw Industries will oc- cupy the entire third floor with 7,963 s/f. Media iQ Digi- tal LTD will take the entire fourth floor with 8,013 s/f. The three new office firms join other building tenants that include Capital One Bank and MAC Cosmetics. The 21-floor 853 Broadway Land- mark building has recently undergone amajor renovation. The façade of the first five floors of the 157,000 s/f build- ing have been remodeled with glass curtains on four levels, and a full lobby renovation also has been completed. Owned by The Feil Orga- nization , 853 Broadway is in the heart of one of the most vibrant, rapidly growing cor- ridors in the city’s commercial district in Union Square. The area features a host of des- tination retailers, world fa- mous restaurants, prestigious educational institutions and corporations. The building is located at the southwest cor- ner of Broadway and 14th St. n


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