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On the Move

REAL ESTATE NEWS: openings, contracts, transactions, relocations

Cedar Shopping Centers purchased 4.3 acres of commercial
land at 3616 Peters Mountain Road
in Halifax Township for a Rite Aid drug store and
other stores. NAI CIR of Wormleysburg handled the transaction.

4076 Market St.
LLC purchased an 18,000-square-foot office building at 4076 Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township that it plans to renovate and
upgrade. NAI CIR handled the transaction.

Hagerstown, Md.-based K&K Hearing Associates LLC, a
hearing-aid sales and service company, leased 1,220 square feet of retail and
office space at 1 Lemoyne Square
in Lemoyne from Lemoyne Square Plaza Properties. Springwood Commercial Realty
of York Township represented the tenant; Campbell Commercial Real Estate Inc.
of East Pennsboro Township
represented the landlord.

Maryland-based G.F. Morin Co., which distributes commercial
heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems, leased 2,464 square feet of
space in Slate Hill
Business Center
at 3909 Hartzdale Drive
in Lower Allen Township.
Campbell Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant; Szeles Real Estate of
Lower Paxton Township represented the landlord.

New Freedom-based Crescent Industries Inc., a custom
injection molder and contract manufacturer of thermoplastic products, completed
a 768-square-foot class 10K clean room for its manufacturing facility. The room
will meet the demands of particulate-free assembly and packaging for medical
and electronics markets.

Property Management Inc. of Lemoyne signed a contract to
manage the 16-story Harrisburg University of Science and Technology building at
Fourth and Market streets in downtown Harrisburg.
PMI was also named manager of the 990,000-square-foot Forum Place office building at 555 Walnut St. in Harrisburg.

Verizon Wireless leased 1,400 square feet of retail space in
Trout Run Business
Center at 364 N. Reading Road
in Ephrata from HF Real Estate Partnership. Coldwell Banker Commercial Bennett
Williams of York represented the tenant; High
Associates Ltd. of East
Lampeter Township
represented the owner.

Tribune Broadcasting, parent company of WPMT-TV (Ch. 43),
renewed its lease in Governor’s Plaza at 2001 N. Front St., Harrisburg.
Campbell Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant; Property Management
represented the landlord.

Horst Construction of Manheim Township signed a $660,000
contract to build a 3,936-square-foot Turkey Hill Minit Markets convenience
store at 5400 Bath Pike in Hanover Township, near Bethlehem.
The store will include a six-pump fuel island and is scheduled for completion
this fall. McCluggagy Van Sickle and Perry of Wichita, Kan., is the project
architect.

Horst Construction signed a $900,000 contract to renovate
Good Shepherd Chapel at Lancaster
Bible College.
The project will include interior renovations, the addition of 300
stadium-style seats and expanded rehearsal space. The sound booth also will be
relocated from the balcony to the main floor. The project is scheduled for
completion by September. Cornerstone Design Architects of Lancaster is the
project architect.

Horst Construction is building phase two of Luther Village,
a senior-living residence in Dover, Del., that is owned by Luther Towers
of Dover Inc. The three-story, 54,402-square-foot facility will feature 68
age-restricted, independent-living apartments. Del Ciotto Architects Inc., of
North Wales, Montgomery
County, is the project
architect. The approximately $4.4 million project is scheduled for completion
in January.

1st Metropolitan Mortgage leased 3,100 square feet of office
space at 150 Corporate Center
Drive in East Pennsboro
Township. Pinnacle Real
Estate Services of Ohio represented the tenant; Campbell Commercial Real Estate
represented the landlord.

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