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Broujos of Colliers International represented the seller Feinberg Real Estate Advisors represents 3801 Paxton Equities, LLC in $6.7 million purchase S www.marejournal.com M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — Pennsylvania — 11A watara Twp, PA — Feinberg Real Es- tate Advisors, LLC

President, CAI. “Our central Pennsylvania business has seen great growth and we’re fortunate to have found a new location within steps of our current leased facility.” “It was a challenge to find a great new location for CAI in central Pennsylvania.” said Attorney Feinberg. “We searched the market and con- sidered existing properties and development sites. When 3801 Paxton St. became avail- able we knew we found the perfect property.” “Gregg is a consummate professional with extensive knowledge of the real estate process, “ said Salvaggio. “He represented us as our real estate broker and attorney which helped streamline the process with our partnership purchase of the building and our lease negotiations.” n

represented 3801 Paxton E q u i t i e s , LLC on the purchase of 3801 Pax - t on St . , a 62 , 000 s / f office build- ing located in Swatara

Gregg Feinberg

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3801 Paxton St.

Gregg Feinberg of Fein- berg Real Estate Advisors represented the buyer, 3801 Paxton St. Equities, LLC and Gregg Broujos of Colliers International represented the seller, First National Bank of Pennsylvania. The prop- erty sold for $6.7 million plus

furnishings. Prior to being owned by First national Bank of Pennsylvania the property was the headquarters of Com- merce Bank and Metro Bank. The property is located in TecPort, the former AMP, Inc. headquarters. The rede- veloped 100 acre office park

in east Harrisburg includes hotels, restaurants, car deal- erships, office buildings and provides convenient access to businesses in central Penn- sylvania. “We’re excited to have a new facility in central Pennsyl- vania,” said Tom Salvaggio,

Rothman of RSR, REALTORS brokers $2.8m sale of 3240 School House Road in Middletown

MIDDLETOWN, PA — A Middletown building owned by the first licensed geologist in

the state now leased by the Pennsylvania Department of Conserva- tion andNatu- ral Resources has been sold to an invest- ment firm for $2.8 million.

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Bill Rothman

Bill Rothman , founder of Lemoyne-based RSR, REAL- TORS, represented both the seller, RE Wright Associates Inc., and the buyer, 3240 School House Investors LP. The two- story building at 3240 School House Rd. sits on 13 acres off Middletown Rd.. “The new owners are plan- ning to remodel and upgrade the building, which has a state lease with DCNR, which has leased the building since 2002 and has extended the agree- ment through at least 2021,’’ Rothman said. “This office building, which is in good con- dition and has a stable tenant, represents the kind of commer-


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3240 School House Rd.

cial investment property that is in high demand and which RSR, REALTORS specializes in.’’ In addition to DCNR office, the building houses an exten-

sive library pertaining to the geology of PA that is open to the public. Rothman said early next year the building will be renamed the “Richard B. Wright Building,’’

after the man who built the two- story building in 1988 to house his company, which is no longer active. Wright also co-founded the Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists. n

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