18A — May 15 - 28, 2015 — Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


P ennsylvania

Campbell & Gasper of Campbell Commercial handle 2,600 s/f lease

Development site in Montgomery County, PA NAI Mertz’s Lashner & Licht negotiate sale of 4.45-acres L

Camp Hill, PA — Pu- ridiom has leased 2,600 s/f at 395 St. John’s Church Rd. in Camp Hill from MedComm Properties, LLC. Technical Services Associ- ates Inc. (TSA) also known as Puridiom, was founded in 1983. Art Campbell and Jes- sica Gasper of Campbell Commercial Real Estate, Inc.

ower Moreland Twp. , PA — NAI Mertz announced the sale of a 4.45-acre land par- cel on behalf of First Baptist Church of Huntingdon Valley. The property was sold to Artis Senior Living, which plans to develop a 72-bed memory care assisted living residence that will specialize in the care and treatment of individuals suffer- ing from Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. The sale price was $850,000. The NAI Mertz team of Jeffery Licht, SIOR , senior vice president and Adam Lashner , vice president, rep- resented First Baptist Church of Huntingdon Valley in the sale. This is the second time NAI Mertz negotiated the sale of the 4.45-acre parcel. “We first sold this site to First Baptist Church of Hunting- don Valley in June 2004 to accommodate its proposed expansion,” said Licht. “Unfor- tunately, their dreams to build a new facility on the site never materialized, even though PHILADELPHIA, PA — Marcus & Millichap has named Brenton Baskin re-

Art Campbell Jessica Gasper represented both parties in the transaction. n

Investment Real Estate promotes Dubbs to director of marketing

1 rankings for www.moovein. com, as well as page 1 rank- ings for two other company websites. Dubbs is responsible for tra- ditional and digital marketing for the Group of Companies including but not limited to company branding, graphic design, copy writing, photog- raphy, video, web design and maintenance, blog develop- ment, social media and email marketing, as well as coordi- nating trade, community and facility events throughout the year. Dubbs works closely with the brokerage division of IRE on marketing and design of proposals, offering memoran- dums and feasibility studies. Dubbs also works with the team of district and prop- erty managers for IREM on a daily basis on B2B and B2C marketing efforts to maintain the strength of the brand at each facility and to promote community involvement and business partnerships on the local level. Dubbs is amember of the Self Storage Association Young Leaders Group , Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & In- dustry, York County Economic Alliance and Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. n

York, PA —Locally owned and operated Investment Real Estate, LLC (IRE) has

Artis Senior Living of Lower Moreland

approvals were obtained to construct a 12,000 s/f state- of–the-art house of worship. After receipt of final approvals, the timing was not right for the church, but I believe good things eventually come to good people, and I am confident that their dreams will one day come true,” he added. Pastor Petty of First Baptist Church of Huntingdon Valley is glad the land will be used for a facility that will contrib- ute to the betterment of the community. “Although the church was not able to build an edifice in the Huntingdon Val- ley community, we are happy capabilities to clients in Phila- delphia and throughout Penn- sylvania as sales manager of the Philadelphia office,” said Kerin. “In his new role as re- gional manager, he will provide leadership and support to our investment professionals and will continue to be a resource for clients throughout the region.” Baskin began his career with Marcus & Millichap in the firm’s Newport Beach office in March 2008. His product spe- cialty was retail investments

the facility proposed by Artis Senior Living will be one that helps Alzheimer’s patients and their families, as more and more people suffer with this affliction every day,” said Pastor Petty. Groundbreaking for the 72- bed community is anticipated early this summer and will mark the company’s fourth Artis community under con- struction or in operation. Artis Senior Living of Lower More- land will join future communi- ties in Evesham Twp., NJ, and Boca Raton, FL; as well as an existing community in Mason, OH. n

p r o m o t e d Jess Dubbs to director of market - i n g . J e s s was hired in April 2013 as John Gillil- and’s execu- tive assistant

Jess Dubbs

which included some market- ing projects. After her first two years with the company, it became clear that she would be more valuable to the Invest- ment Real Estate Group of Companies (IREGC) if she was working on marketing activities full time. Fr om day one , Dubbs brought all marketing ef- forts in-house for the IREGC, including the self storage facilities managed by Invest- ment Real Estate Manage- ment, LLC (IREM) . Dubbs quickly realized the potential for bringing the IREGC to the forefront of digital marketing and capitalized on her years of experience in the design and marketing industry to achieve results. Through new website designs, blogging and other organic SEO tactics, she has achieved and maintained page Camp Hill, PA — Coast to Coast Communications has leased a 1,500 s/f office suite located at 20 S. 36th St., Camp Hill, PA, from owner Schin Properties, LLC. Denise Cass from High Associates Ltd.’s Harrisburg Regional Office handled the transaction for both the landlord and the tenant. Sharon Eckenrode has leased an 8,500 s/f build- West Chester, PA — KarMar Realty Group, Inc. announced that Jennifer Minicozzi has joined the firm as a sales associate. Minicozzi is active in the community and is a member of the Greater West Chester

Marcus &Millichap names Baskin regional mgr. of Phila. office and he was a member of the National Retail Group. Baskin has been serving as sales man- ager of the Philadelphia office since July 2014. Prior to joining Marcus & Millichap, he was an associate at a boutique real estate firm in Orange County where he was responsible for business development and loan origination.

gional man- age r o f i t s Philadelphia office, accord- ing to John Kerin, presi- dent and chief executive of- ficer. “Brenton’s

Baskin graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and marketing. n

Brenton Baskin

expertise and dedication has been instrumental in expand- ing the firm’s market-making

High Associates completes 10,000 s/f Minicozzi joins KarMar Realty Group ing at 4609 Gettysburg Rd., Mechanicsburg from owner Sandra King. Eckenrode will be opening “Wags to Riches,” a charitable upscale drop-off/ thrift store to benefit Animal House, a dog and animal res- cue shelter in Mechanicsburg. Cass represented the landlord through the leasing transac- tion. Tess Bockes of Century 21 At The Helm represented the tenant. n

Colliers International brokers 8,500 s/f in Iconic Drake Building

Philadelphia, PA — Cathy Coate of Colliers In- ternational in Philadelphia represented InterAct Theatre Company in the lease of 8,500 SF of space in the old Drake hotel ballroom space behind the Kimmel Center at 1512 Spruce St. The space was previously leased by Univer- sity of the Arts for rehearsal and performance space. Marc Wiser of Legend Properties represented the owner, FC Drake Associates, L.P. InterAct is relocating from the 106-seat Adrienne Theatre on Sansom Street. The move puts them into closer proxim- ity to the Avenue of the Arts. They plan to put two theaters in the former ballroom space

Chamber of Commerce, Dela- ware County Chamber of Com- merce, Chadds Ford Business Association, Southern Chester County Chamber of Congress and the CII Council. n KarMar Realty Group is head- quartered in Chadds Ford. n

1512 Spruce Street

for use by four other theater companies as well. This will be

the only active multi-company theater space in the city. n

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