M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — Brokerage Directory — July 28 - August 10, 2017 — 7C
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Firm headcount now rises to 81 Barley Snyder keeps growing, hires two more Attorneys
new to Barley Snyder are: • Michael J. Crocenzi of York County is an of coun-
• Elizabeth L. Melamed of Lancaster is an associate in the firm’s Litigation group after working with one of the largest insurance defense firms in Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of Rutgers Law School. The firm’s attorney head- count now rises to 81, upping its record amount of lawyers at the firm. Since last fall, the firm has brought in 11 new attorneys and has designs to hire at least two more by early 2018. “These areas that Michael and Elizabeth practice in
York, Reading, Malvern, Hanover and Gettysburg, PA, and Hunt Valley, MD. The firm serves businesses, individuals and organiza- tions in all major areas of civil law including: busi- ness, employment, immi- gration, employee benefits, finance & creditors’ rights, intellectual property, liti- gation, estate planning and administration, real estate, tax, construction, environ- ment and energy, health care, education, municipal authority, and food and agribusiness. n
ancaster, Pa — The growth continues at Barley Snyder ,
have been identified as spe- cific areas where our clients have needs,” Barley Sny- der managing partner Jeff Lobach said. “The busi- ness climate keeps changing, which means our clients have different business needs. We always want to be able to ac- commodate those needs, and these hires are an example of that.” About Barley Snyder Barley Snyder is a law firm based in central Penn- sylvania with more than 80 attorneys practicing from offices located in Lancaster,
sel attorney in the firm’s Employment and Litiga- tion groups. Cr o c enz i ’ s practice in- cludes work- ers’ compen- sation, and he has been
as the busy law firm has added two more attor- neys to swell its all-time- high head- count. The two at torneys
active in volunteer work both in government and citizen pursuits. He is a graduate of Dickinson Law in Carlisle.
NAI James E. Hanson arranges sale of 11,500 s/f office building in Maplewood, NJ
2115 Millburn Ave.
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Maplewood, NJ — NAI James E. Hanson has negoti- ated the sale of an 11,500 s/f office building located at 2115 Millburn Ave. in Maplewood. NAI Hanson’s Josh Lever- ing, Ken Lundberg, Nick DePaolera and Pat Lennon represented the seller, Mill- burn Property Management in the sale to Millburn Ave. Specialty Realty. 2115 Millburn Ave. is a two- story, 11,500 s/f office building located in the Maplewood/Mill- burn professional corridor of Millburn Ave. The buyers pur- chased the building for conver- sion from a multi-tenant office building into a headquarters medical facility. The availabil- ity of space and a location in a highly accessible and desirable location, provided the buyer with an ideal opportunity to purchase, renovate and occupy the building. “Suburban office spaces still present unique opportuni- ties for creative operators, especially in the medical of- fice field,” said Levering. “We worked with and supported the partnership selling the build- ing to provide market exposure to attract a creative operator. We cooperated with Century 21 New Beginnings Realty , whom represented the buyer in the transaction, to structure a deal for the seller that included an exceptional price and terms for their asset.” n
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• Negotiation • Due diligence • Permits & Approvals • Title insurance • Entity formation • Settlement • Tax assessment appeals
services to assist clients in every stage of the real estate transaction. We regularly represent developers, businesses, public entities and individuals.
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