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B rokerage D irectory Korman named to Lancaster-area Board Barley Snyder hires Robert L. McQuaide


trict as well as the Upper Adams School District since the 1970s. He also has served

sesses as one of the largest firms in central Pennsylvania is well-documented, and it provided me a strategic op- portunity to grow my prac- tice. I am pleased to call Bar- ley Snyder’s impressive roster of attorneys my colleagues.” In other news, Barley Snyder associate Brian A. Korman has been named to the board of directors of Bench Mark Program, a Lancaster-based nonprofit organization dedi- cated to helping at-risk youth. Korman, of Lancaster, joined the firm full-time in 2016 and is a member of

the firm’s business and real estate practice groups. In ad- dition to his new position at Bench Mark, he also a mem- ber of the board of directors at the Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster. Bench Mark Program al- lows mentors to use exercise, academic support and career counseling to reach at-risk youth in the Lancaster area and propel them to success. Franklin & Marshall College graduate Will Kiefer, who asked Korman to join the board, started the program in 2014.

“Bench Mark takes a new, innovative approach to build- ing the community,” Korman said. “I have a real passion for organizations dedicated to serving Lancaster’s youth. Bench Mark’s mission, recent traction and growth, along with Will’s passion and en- ergy, made me want to get involved. It’s an excellent fit and I’m excited to help ad- vance the mission and expand the organization’s reach and impact.” Korman is a former sum- mer associate at Barley Snyder. 

ETTYSBURG, PA — Barley Snyder announced the hire

as a special counsel doz- ens of times for at least 1 0 s c h o o l d i s t r i c t s i n Adams , Cumberland, Franklin and York coun- ties.

of Robert L. McQuaide , a G e t t y s - burg attor- n e y w i t h more than four decades of experience in the Adams County area.

Robert McQuaide Brian Korman

McQuaide, who joined the more than 90-attorney law firm on July 1st, will be part of the firm’s education and personal planning practice groups and will remain based out of Gettysburg. He has served as the solicitor of Gettysburg Area School Dis- Kislak sells Alma Terrace in Teaneck, NJ for $3.7 million TEANECK, NJ — The Kis- lak Company, Inc. announced the $3.675 million sale of Alma

“Joining Barley Snyder is as exciting as it is beneficial to my practice,” he said. “The high level of resources it pos-

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Te r r a c e , a 25-unit mul- tifamily prop- erty located at 500 Alma Te r r a c e i n Teaneck. The transaction was used for a Section 1031 Exchange by both the sell- er and purchaser.

Andrew Scheinerman

Kislak marketed the prop- erty on behalf of JGSR LLC, a longtime client for whom Kislak has completed multiple transactions. Vice president Andrew Scheinerman rep- resented the seller and also procured the purchaser, PW LLC, a new client. “The seller realized a 65% in- crease in value in the five years they owned the property,” said Scheinerman. “The property yielded a strong price per unit and the market has high barri- ers to entry.” Located in Bergen County on a quiet, tree-lined street off the main thoroughfare of Cedar Lane, the property consists of brick and masonry three story, walk-up garden apartments with 22 single bedrooms and 3 studios. Financing was provided by Oritani . The purchaser was represented by Steve Russo, Esq. while Neil Chessin, Esq. represented the seller. At the time of closing, the property was fully occupied. 


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