10A — July 13 - 26, 2012 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal

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ERNDON, VA—Lib- erty Property Trust has completed a lease Brad Davis of CBRE represents lessee Liberty Property Trust leases 86,873 s/f, class A space to NVCC H

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with Northern Virginia Com- munity College for 86,873 s/f of class A office space across three buildings at Pender Business Park. The agreement raises campus occupancy from 44% to 96%. “We are delighted to have Northern Virginia Community College as a new tenant within our portfolio,” saidMike Jones, VP and city manager for Liber- ty in the Greater Washington, DC region. “While the north- ern VA office market remains soft, the college’s decision is recognition of the value and quality that Pender Business Park has to offer.” Middletown, DE – NAI Emory Hill agent Paul Bryant helped to find a location for an indoor sports arena. The new Middletown Sports Complex will be located at 938 Middletown Warwick Dr, the former home of Bob Wagner’s Flooring showroom and ware- house. The complex will house several fields, one of which will be a large multi-purpose field that can house a variety of

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Pender Business Park

The three locations that Northern Virginia Community College will occupy at Pender Business Park include all of Pender III (3924 Pender Dr.; 26,508 s/f) and Pender IV (3922 Pender Dr.; 46,482 s/f)

as well as 13,883 s/f at Pender II (3926 Pender Dr.). Brad Davis of CBRE repre- sented NVCC; Rob Walters, Mike Shuler, Nate Krill of Avison Young represented Liberty. n Laity, COO and Scott Lobdell, president, all have elementary school aged children who play on traveling soccer teams and have had to travel, along with their peers, long distances to play or even practice various sports. Laity hopes the arena will prevent many Middle- town athletes from being lost to other clubs out of the area and strengthen sports teams here. n

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NAI Emory Hill finds space for new Middletown Sports Complex sports including soccer, base- ball and lacrosse.

CFO Brian Ellis, one of the owners, said they hope to have a soft opening at the end of June and hold several grand openings in July or August – one for each of their main sports. “We realize how much sports are needed in town,” El- lis said. “There is nothing like this in 30 miles.” Ellis and partners Brian

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