REAL ESTATE NEWS: openings, contracts, transactions, relocations
Vincenzo Mazzamuto purchased a 5,720-square-foot commercial building at 8 S. Spring Garden St. in Carlisle. Landmark Commercial Realty Inc. of East Pennsboro Township represented the seller, and Century 21 Carlisle represented the buyer.
Fresenius Medical Care/Biomedical Applications of PA Inc. leased approximately 7,000 square feet of office space at 240 Grandview Ave. in East Pennsboro Township. Landmark Commercial Realty represented the owner, Jacraft Realty LP, in the long-term lease.
AP Wagner Inc. leased 84,000 square feet of space in a regional distribution center at 431 Railroad Ave. in Shiremanstown from Chicago-based First Industrial Realty Trust Inc. AP Wagner distributes appliance parts and accessories.
Members 1st Federal Credit Union bought a 4,300-square-foot pad site at Carlisle Crossing at York and Trindle roads in South Middleton Township from AFC Realty Capital. Lower Allen Township-based Members 1st is scheduled to open there this year. Metro Commercial Real Estate Inc. of Conshohocken represented the seller.
Alcat Reentry Center of PA purchased a 25,000-square-foot building in Beaver Springs. Alcat Reentry provides rehabilitation services. The facility will provide approximately 40 new jobs. RSR Realtors of Lemoyne represented the seller, and Remax West Branch represented the buyer.
AWP Inc. leased 2,450 square foot of office and industrial space at 472 E. Locust St. in Dallastown for two years. Rock Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord and tenant.
Endurance Real Estate Group sold a 294,450-square-foot warehouse at 3400 Industrial Road in Harrisburg to an unidentified party. The warehouse recently was renovated. Conshohocken-based Cushman & Wakefield of Pennsylvania Inc. represented the seller.
Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute Outpatient Clinic physicians expanded into another suite on the Derry Township campus. This temporary move enables the institute to serve more patients, until the new, free-standing Cancer Institute building is ready in April 2009.
Now Hear This, a supplier of audio/sound equipment, renewed its lease of 800 square feet at 3525 N. Sixth St. in Harrisburg. NAI CIR of Wormleysburg handled the deal for the property owner, Hogg Properties of New Cumberland.
Stephen Mathey established Acoustical Measurements Services, an acoustical-studies and noise-mitigation company in Manchester Township. Mathey is from southern France, where emphasis has been placed on making communal spaces free from noise.
Henderson Construction Services Inc. of York renovated a new location of Deli Delicious at 966 S. George St. in York.
Midtown Campus LP purchased four properties in the 1400 block of North Susquehanna Street in Harrisburg from WCI LP. Landmark Commercial Realty represented the seller.