4C — September 13 - 26, 2013 — Pennsylvania — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
How Cambridge-Lee went to market faster in Greater Reading.
YoMiSSinG, PA — Greater Read- i ng Ec onomi c Buccino, CCiM of nAi Keystone represents both parties GREP announces 26,300 s/f lease relocation to Greater Reading W
Partnership (GREP) an- nounceD the relocation of Internation- al company Seibu Giken’s North Ameri- can Opera- t i o n s , S G
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America, Inc., to the Greater Reading region. SG America manufactures air-to-air heat recovery and desiccant dehu- midification components used in commercial and industrial air handling systems. “Relocating to the Greater Reading region from Owaton- na, Minnesota was a strategic decision for SG America. The Mid-Atlantic location provides access to a larger labor pool, and allows us to take advan- tage of Greater Reading’s lower cost of doing business. – Ray Suhocki, general manager, North American Operations, SG America. The company is moving into 26,300 s/f at 220 North Park
220 North Park Rd.
Rd. inWyomissing. John Buc- cinno of NAI Keystone Com- mercial and Industrial, LLC represented SG America and the owner of the North Park Road property. SG America will initially create about 15 – 20 skilled jobs in production, logistics, assembly and engi- neering. Seibu Giken Co. Ltd., the Ja- pan-based parent company, has manufactured heat wheels for
over 35 years. The company’s “HI-PANEX-ION” wheels are manufactured using ion ex- change resin-coated aluminum sheets and used in commercial air-to-air heat recovery appli- cations to enhance indoor air quality. Seibu Giken’s wheels have been used in hundreds of laboratories, hospitals, hotels, restaurants and office build- ings throughout Asia, Europe and North America. n
BEtHLEHEM,PA — Liber- ty Property trust announced that Justin Fanslau has been Liberty Property trust names Fanslau as director of leasing suburbs to the Pacific North- west. In the past five years, he has acquired and managed the municipal approval process for over 200 acres of land. He has leased buildings totaling more than four million square feet. He was most recently the real estate transaction manager with the U.S. Division of Bimbo Bakeries, one of the world’s largest baking companies. erty Trust. “We look forward to continued growth in our portfo- lio under his leadership.” Born in Philadelphia, he is a graduate of Gettysburg Col- lege, where he earned a degree in Economics. He also holds an MBA in International Business from Arcadia University in Glenside, Pa. named direc- tor of leasing for the Le- high Valley region. F a n s l a u i s a c o m - mercial real estate man- ager with a Justin Fanslau
Fanslau lives in Conshohock- en with his wife Courtney, where for the past five years he was a youth swim coach for the North Penn Aquatic Club. They are also both active in adult sport leagues. n
“We are pleased to have Justin’s level of experience with commercial real estate leasing,” said Bob Kiel , senior vice president, Liberty Prop-
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