2C — February 13 - 26, 2015 — Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic

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arminster, PA — A local real es- tate investor and 54,000 s/f flex industrial facility at 1601 Mearns Rd. Adams of JacksonCross Ptrs. completes $2.19 million sale W

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a Jackson Cross Part- ner broker c l o s e d a multi-million dollar deal to celebrate the New Year . The $2 . 19 million dol-


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counties. In working with Cole- man, Nick Adams said, “John is hands on investor who takes pride in his properties and treating his tenants fairly”. Adams has been with Jack- son Cross Partners for eight years. n Green St., Harrisburg. Bedard represented United Way of PA, the property owner. Penn Tenn Ventures has purchased a 1,440 s/f office building at 1822 Market St., Camp Hill. The Bill Gladstone Group represented 1822 Partnership, the property owner, and Alder- man represented Penn Tenn Ventures. The medical firm of An- drews & Patel Associates, P.C. leased 2,200 s/f of office space at 3916 Trindle Rd., Hampden Twp. The Bill Gladstone Group handled the transaction. Gary Kitchen of Nationwide Insurance has leased 800 s/f of new office space at 1801 Ober- lin Rd., Swatara Twp. The Bill Gladstone Group represented TOC Oberlin, LLC, the property owner, and Phil Kuntz of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services represented Nationwide. Cricket Real Estate Enter- prises, LLC has purchased 3,800 s/f of office and apart- ment space at 513 N. Second St., Harrisburg. Al derman represent ed the property owner and Ida McMurray represented the buyer, Cricket Real Estate Enterprises, LLC. n

facility at 1601 Mearns Rd. in Warminster is the latest acquisition for Coleman’s ex- tensive portfolio. John Coleman’s portfolio includes more than 300,000 s/f of flex industrial product throughout Bucks and Berks

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lar deal was handled by Nick Adams of Jackson Cross Part- ners, who represented both the buyer, John Coleman and the seller, Pike Realty . The 54,000 s/f flex industrial

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YORK, PA — NAI CIR completed the following trans- actions: Gaudenzia NAI CIR and ROCK arrange 12,853 s/f sale Healthcare Data Co. has leased 4,570 s/f of office space at 600 Bent Creek Blvd., Silver Spring Twp.


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Bedard represented RSM Associates, the property own- er, and Dave Nesbit of Nesbit Realty represented Health- care Data Co. Marrakech Market leased 1,500 s/f of commercial/retail space at 5007 Carlisle Pike, Hampden Twp. The Bill Gladstone Group of NAI CIR handled the trans- action. NextGen Cyclones, LLC leased 3,200 s/f of office space at 518 S. Eighth St., Lebanon. James Ross and Kath- erine Monte of NAI CIR represented Dean Hoover, the property owner. Newberry Self Storage, re- cently sold to Susquehanna Valley Self Storage, LLC. A l d e r ma n a n d B r a d Swidler of NAI CIR handled the selling arrangements Sheffield Building Services leased 142 s/f of space at 100 N. 10th St., Harrisburg from WCI Partners, L.P. The Bill Gladstone Group handled the transaction. PA Virtual Charter School, an administrative office, has leased 4,000 s/f of space for an additional location at 909

Foundation, Inc. has pur- chased the property at 1141 E. Mar- ket St., York, conta i n i ng 12,853 s/f of space.

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James Ross of NAI CIR represented Gaudenzia Foun- dation, and Dave Keech of Rock Commercial Real Estate represented Congrega- tion of the Daughters of Our Lady of Mercy, the property owner. Smith Land & Improvement Corporation purchased a com- mercial property located at 1810 Market St. in Camp Hill Borough. Daniel Alderman of NAI CIR brokered the transaction. Latsha Davis & McKenna leased 9,538 s/f of space at 1700 Bent Creek Blvd., Silver Spring Twp. Joseph Bedard of NAI CIR represented Latsha Davis & McKenna, and Laura Martin of Latus Commercial Real Estate represented Silver Salmon Enterprises, the prop- erty owner. Pittsburgh, PA – The Master Builders’ Associa- tion Young Constructors (YC) announced its new slate of YC executive officers for 2015: Chairperson: Dustin Giffin, Giffin Interior & Fixture, Inc. V i c e - Ch a i rma n : Ad am Ramsey, Wyatt, Incorpo-

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