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REAL ESTATE NEWS: openings, contracts, transactions, relocations

York Habitat for Humanity Inc. bought a 7,100-square-foot industrial property at 31-33 S. Seward St. in West York from Ramar Investments LLC. Rock Commercial Real Estate of York represented both parties.

Aerocare Holdings Inc. leased 1,938 square feet of office space at 1600 Sixth Ave. in Spring Garden Township. Rock Commercial Real Estate represented both parties.

Liberty Tax Service leased 256 square feet of office space at 18 S. George St. in York. Rock Commercial Real Estate represented both parties.

The Quandel Group Inc., a Lower Paxton Township construction firm, will manage the construction of the 188,000-square-foot Green Valley Middle School in Sinking Spring for Wilson School District of West Lawn. The two-story school will include more than 40 classrooms, eight science rooms, band and choral music rooms, art- and technical- education rooms, a gymnasium, an auditorium, a library, a kitchen/cafeteria and offices. The estimated construction cost is $43.5 million. The project is scheduled for completion in December 2010.

Barton Education, a division of York-based Barton Associates Inc., completed mechanical, electrical and plumbing design services for Warrior Stadium – a new football stadium for Gettysburg High School. The stadium includes team rooms, public restrooms, concession stands and seats for 5,000 spectators.

Barton Healthcare, part of Barton Associates, received a contract to provide mechanical, electrical and plumbing services for an imaging suite and interfaith chapel for York Hospital in Spring Garden Township. The project will include 7,500 square feet of renovations for the imaging department and a 600-square-foot fit-out for the chapel.

Links2Care, a provider of home care services, leased 200 square feet of office space at 518 Cleveland Ave. in Chambersburg from SunnyHill Properties Inc. NAI CIR of Wormleysburg represented both parties.

Facilities Planners Architects Inc. in Lower Paxton Township will develop a master plan for California-based Symbex’s former textile dying and distribution plant in Sunbury.

Manufacturer and Business Association leased 600 square feet of office space at 600 N. Third St. in Harrisburg from PA AAA Federation. Landmark Commercial Realty Inc. of East Pennsboro Township negotiated the lease for the building owner.

Senate Republican Campaign Committee leased 923 square feet of office space at 500 N. Third St. in Harrisburg from State Street Building Inc. Landmark Commercial Realty negotiated the lease for the building owner.

The Central Tax Bureau of Pennsylvania leased 1,500 square feet of space at The Linah Office Complex at 1 Valley St. in Carlisle. Wolfe & Shearer Realtors of Carlisle represented both parties.

A new Sheetz Inc. convenience store will open at Army Heritage Drive and Trindle Road in Carlisle. Sheetz hopes to open the new prototype store by the summer. Wolfe & Shearer Realtors negotiated the deal.

BL Herr Inc. paid Meadowbrook Land Co. $950,000 for a 5,280-square-foot, single-tenant building at 2901 Whiteford Road in Springettsbury Township. Prudential Homesale represented the buyer; Coldwell Banker Commercial Bennett Williams of York represented the seller.

American General Finance Inc. leased 1,500 square feet of retail space at Main Street Center, 800 E. Main St., Mount Joy, from Lancaster Storage Co. and Treztark V Ltd. Coldwell Banker Commercial Bennett Williams represented the landlord.

Advantage Physical Therapy leased 2,400 square feet of retail space at Dover Marketplace, 2154 Palomino Road, Dover, from RVG Management. Coldwell Banker Commercial Bennett Williams represented both parties.

VB Enterprises Inc. leased 2,400 square feet of retail space at 3950 TecPort Drive in Dauphin County for La Piazza, a pizza shop, from Bui-Bui LLC. Coldwell Banker Commercial Bennett Williams represented both parties.

Skelly and Loy’s Harrisburg headquarters moved to the Belco Building on Eisenhower Boulevard in Swatara Township. The new location offers more space, in one building and on one floor.
Philhaven relocated its Ephrata behavioral health care office to Trout Run Business Center at 354 N. Reading Road in Ephrata. High Associates Ltd. handled the transaction for HF Real Estate Partnership.

European Elegance Beauty Studio moved to Trout Run Business Center at 356 N. Reading Road, Ephrata. High Associates handled the deal for HF Real Estate Partnership.

Wagman Construction Inc. of Manchester Township broke ground on an expansion project for Homewood at Spring House Estates in Everett, Bedford County. The $6.7 million contract includes construction of a new independent-living apartment building and community center. The apartment building will offer 32 units. Construction is expected to be completed in August 2009.

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