12B — January 25 - February 7, 2013 — Shopping Centers — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


M id A tlantic ICSC

RISTOL, PA — Eric Kuhn and Edward Ginn , agents of Eq- Kuhn & Ginn complete the sale Equity Retail closes sale of 7,020 s/f freestanding bldg. B

To be headed by Merchant Barry S. Porter Assocs. opens Mid-Atlantic office

as Wal-Mart and Safeway, as well as engineering, legal and architectural firms. The addition of this new office affords the opportunity to strengthen the client rela- tionships in the region and to look at opportunities for expansion with future clients offering the superior consult- ing services that have built the company. This branch will be headed by JohnW. Merchant . John has extensive background working with local retailers, developers and jurisdictions in the permitting and entitle- ment process. Visit BSPA at booth #925 at the 2013 ICSC Mid-Atlantic Conference. n

FULTON, MD — Barry S. Porter & Associates announces the opening of

the i r new Mid-Atlan- tic regional office in the Maple Lawn B u s i n e s s D i s t r i c t , 8160 Maple Lawn Boule- vard, Fulton, MD.

uity Retail Brokers , re- cently completed the sale of a freestanding building in Bristol, Bucks County, PA. Kuhn and Ginn represented the seller, a national real estate investment firm with over 700 NNN assets, and transacted the sale at 90% of the asking price. Equity Retail Brokers ag- gressively marketed the property and was successful in identifying a buyer for the 7,000 +/- s/f vacant Sleepy’s Mattress located at 2664 Route 13. Detailed due dili-

John W. Merchant

Since 2001, BSPA, has been providing planning, permit- ting and projectmanagement services to clients through- out the Eastern Seaboard from its’ Boston, MA office. Their Mid Atlantic clients have included retailers such

2664 Route 13

gence requirements were also coordinated through Equity Retail Brokers. The building is located directly across from

a Walmart anchored center, Payless Shoes, Fashion Bug, STS Tire & Auto, Pizza Hut, and McDonald’s. n

Dewberry recognized by ENR for best Mid-Atlantic projects in 2012 & welcomes expertise of Watson Schutlz promoted to principal of MacKenzie Comm’l. RE Svcs.

Fairfax, VA — Engineering News-Record (ENR) has rec- ognized four Dewberry projects

the Chesapeake, Greene- baum and Rose, Ward Prop- erties, and COPT, and has completed deals totaling more than 1,130,000 s/f and valued over $181,000,000.

LUTHERVILLE, MD — The MacKenzie Compa- nies are proud to announce

as best proj- e c t s i n the Mid-Atlantic for 2012. Dew- berry provided professional engineering services for p r o j e c t s i n the Transpor-

that JohnR. Schultz has been made a principal of MacKenzie Comme r - c i a l Rea l Estate Ser- vices, LLC , the company’s

brokerage division, and is now senior vice president/ principal of the company. A member of MacKenzie’s distinguished Retail Team since 2004, John’s focus in- cludes leasing and invest- ment sales, tenant advisory, and consulting for local and national retailers and land- lords in the Baltimore/Wash- ington market. During his tenure withMacKenzie, John has represented a diverse group of clients including CVS, Brick Bodies Fitness, Lax World, Kiddie Academy, Planet Fitness, Goodwill of “We are extremely proud of John’s accomplishments within the industry and his contributions to the growth and image of our firm,” said John F. Harrington , senior vice president/principal of MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, LLC. “As a company, we look forward to working closely with John to grow our market presence”. As a Principal, Schultz will be directly responsible for providing guidance and mentorship to junior team members, while maintaining and promoting the MacKen- zie brand. In addition to these leadership duties, Schul- tz will continue to provide his clients with the supe- rior advisory services that have earned him this new recognition. n Shor joins S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co. John Schultz

InterCounty Connector (ICC)

Mike Watson

tation, Best Healthcare, Office, and Specialty Contracting cate- gories. All four projects embrace sustainable design principles and expedited project delivery.   Dewberry’s projects will be honored in the Mid-Atlantic edition of ENR in December and during an awards ceremony on December 11, 2012, in Balti- more, Maryland. Transportation Award of Merit: InterCounty Connector (ICC), Contact C, Baltimore, Maryland Dewberry was the lead designer on the IC3 Constructors team, a joint venture including Shirley Contracting , ClarkConstruc- tion , Atkinson Construction , Facchina Construction Com- pany , and T rumbull Corpo- ration . The $513.9-million, 3.8-mile project included more than 20 bridges, interchanges with state routes and Interstate 95, and comprehensive efforts to reduce environmental impact.  Healthcare Best Project: Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Fort Belvoir, Virginia The $956-million, LEED® Gold certified, Fort Belvoir Com- munity Hospital, was an inte- grated-design-bid-build project to meet Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) requirements.

build team for the $14.3-million renovation of historic Hubbard Hall, home of the three United States Naval Academy rowing crews. Unique features of the facility include progressive collapse retrofit design for the building, replacement of the entire first floor framing system, wharf rehabilitation and en- largement, geothermal system, and state-of-the-art rowing tank facility. In other news, Dewberry has recently hired Mike Watson as the company’s health and safety manager. In support of Dewberry’s ongoing initiative to increase safety awareness, Watson’s duties will include enhancing the existing health and safety program by ensuring standard operating procedures are maintained and followed, conducting audits, and manag- ing the accident investigation process.   Watson has five years of expe- rience leading and managing several large-scale projects for general contracting and con- struction management firms. His expertise includes safety management systems; haz- ard identification and mitiga- tion; and compliance with local, state, and federal regulatory requirements. n

The joint venture team of HDR and Dewberry designed a 120- bed in-patient facility, more than 700,000 s/f in four clinical buildings with more than 50 clinical modules for out-patient services, administrative office functions, a 28,250 s/f central utility plant, and two five-story parking garages. Office Best Project: Headquarters (ATEC HQ), Aberdeen Prov- ing Ground, Maryland As a member of the Foulger- Pratt Construction team, Dewberry provided site/civil design services encompassing strategic site planning and lay- out for the three-story, 141,766 s/f, LEED Gold certified admin- istrative office building that supports more than 600 person- nel. Development of the 20-acre site, west of the Chesapeake Bay, minimized impact to the surrounding environment and was expedited to meet BRAC deadlines. Specialty Contracting Best project: U.S. Naval Academy, Hubbard Hall Restoration and Moderniza- tion, Annapolis, Maryland As lead designer of structural, civil, and surveying services, Dewberry was a member of the Forrester Construction design-

Shor, and moved to Richmond in 1985 where they opened a satel- lite office of Shor & Associates. Nathan ran and built up that office until SHOR Real Estate, Inc. was started in January of 2000. Nathan has experience in all aspects of commercial real es- tate from development and leas- ing to management and finance. In his new role at SLN, he will utilize these skills and focus on leasing, sales and development of retail properties in the Rich- mond, Virginia market area. n

RICHMOND, VA — S. L. Nusbaum Realty Co . an- nounces that Nathan A. Shor has joined the firm in its Rich- mond office as vice president, retail brokerage & develop- ment. Nathan has been in the com- mercial real estate industry since 1982 where he started in the Raleigh, North Carolina office of Shor & Associates , a family business that started practicing commercial real estate in 1970. Nathan trained under his father, Gerald T.

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