Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — December 28, 2018 - January 10, 2019 — 13B


M id A tlantic

O wners , D evelopers & M anagers

Hofmann Associates Architects designs The Mid-Atlantic Logisitics Center Northwestern Mutual and Manekin LLC break ground on 500,000 s/f warehouse inAberdeen, MD A

intersection of Rtes. 715, 40 and Old Philadelphia Rds., an intersection served by a sepa- rated grade interchange. The new facility is expected to be completed in October of 2019. “We were attracted to the Aberdeen opportunity based on our prior success in the Perry- man Peninsula area of Harford County, the existence of a so- phisticated highway network that will facilitate deliveries up and down the mid-Atlantic Seaboard and the presence of a talented and skilled workforce that is attractive to a wide range of potential tenants,”

commented Northwestern Mu- tual Life’s regional director Eric Ekeroth. “The location adjacent to the relatively new interchange represents supe- rior access and a good long term value for our investment.” “Our familiarity with the market and patience in ob- taining a rezoning for the site created a pathway to value and we look forward to har- vesting that value on behalf of Northwestern Mutual”, said Cole Schnorf , development director for Manekin. “We are confident this project will be well-received by the market.” 

BERDEEN, MD — Northwestern Mutual in conjunction with their development partner Manekin, LLC has broken ground on the Mid-Atlantic Logistics Center a 500,000 s/f warehouse project in Har- ford County. The state-of- the-art building at 727 Old Philadelphia Rd. designed by Baltimore-based Hofmann Associates Architects , will offer 36’ clear ceiling heights, modern cross dock capabilities with 131 docks doors, 120 foot truck courts and onsite parking for 223 automobiles and 151 trailers. Manekin, in conjunc- tion with a separate entity Manekin Construction , in- tends to build the facility utiliz- POA becomes a sponsor of EAF to help end Digital Divide MORRISTOWN, NJ — Electronic Access Foundation (EAF) announced the Prop- erty Owners Association (POA) as a sponsor for 2018- 2019 assisting with the mar- keting effort and working to collect desktops, laptops, flat screen monitors and tablets to be refurbished and distrib- uted to non-profits working with low income, veteran and disabled populations. “Word of mouth like many businesses is our best source for new dona- tions. We're excited to have the marketing support and the networking opportunities that POA can provide us." said EAF director of operations Greg Campbell. POA executive director Kelly Voicheck adds “We are extremely pleased and excited to be part of such a worthwhile effort. Our owner and associate members have a long history of giving back to the communities that they work in and this extends that support to a higher level." Established as a 501(c)3 non-profit in 2011, Electronic Access Foundation has con- tinued to expand the number of organizations they sup- port every year. By the end of 2018, EAF estimates they will be very close to donating 1500 pieces of equipment back into the community for reuse this year while also making sure over 60,000 pounds of older equipment is properly recycled and not ending up in landfills. 

Mid-Atlantic Logistics Center rendering

dedicated automobile and truck parking lots to support a wide variety of potential occupiers. The project is located off the

ing tilt-wall construction tech- niques that will include ESFR sprinkler systems, T5 lighting specifications and integrated,

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