14C — August 16 - 29, 2013 — Pennsylvania — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
Including 5,500 s/f of retail space at Outback Center Bennett Williams brokers 3.49 acres & 9,822 s/f of leases
ORK, PA — Bennett Wi l l iams Real ty, Inc. , one of the larg-
est third-party, commercial real estate firms in Central Pennsylvania—has arranged the sale/lease of the following transaction: Lease: Sherry & Co. Family Hair Salon leased 1,200 s/f of retail space at 1010 Wesley Dr. at Wesley Plaza in Mechanics- burg for 5 years from Diversi- fied-Wesley Drive, LP. Chad Stine & Brad Rohrbaugh of Bennett Williams repre- sented the landlord andA dam
Outback Center in York
Hagerman , also of Bennett Williams, represented the tenant. Union Square Frog LLC d.b.a. Sweet Frog leased 1,625 s/f of retail space at Union Square Shopping Center on Union Deposit Rd. in Harris- burg for 5 years. Chad Stine & Brad Rohrbaugh of Bennett Williams represented the ten- ant in the transaction. Hock Companies d.b.a. Bud- get Blinds leased 1,497 s/f of retail space at 2522 Eastern Blvd. at Kingston Square in York for 5 years. Chad Stine & Brad Rohrbaugh of Ben- nett Williams represented the landlord and Abe Khan , also of Bennett Williams, repre- sented the tenant. Lucid Foods, LLC leased 5,500 s/f of retail space at 2440 E. Market St. at Outback Cen- ter in York for 10 years. Chad Stine & Brad Rohrbaugh of Bennett Williams represented the landlord in the transac- tion. Sales: Members First Federal Credit Union purchased 1.99 acres of land at 5205 Simpson Ferry Rd. in Mechanicsburg from Home Elite LTD & PR Real Estate, LLC. Chad Stine & Brad Rohrbaugh of Bennett Williams represented the sell- er, and Gary Russell , also of Bennett Williams, represented the buyer in the transaction. 1.5 acres of land on Carlisle Rd. in Dover. Franklin Land Assoc., LLC purchased the land for development of a Dollar General location from KSSKAssoc. LLC. Chad Stine, Brad Rohrbaugh & Adam Hagerman of Bennett Wil- liams represented the buyer in the transaction. n
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