REAL ESTATE NEWS: Openings, contracts, transactions, relocations
Hang Tran leased 1,200 square feet of space in Lemoyne Square Plaza from Lemoyne Square Plaza Properties for an Amazing Nails nail salon. Commercial Realty Group Inc. of Lemoyne represented the tenant; Campbell Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord.
Queen Services Inc. leased 1,500 square feet of space at 3200 Paxton St. in Swatara Township from Irene Wolford Living Trust for a Queen Nails nail salon. Commercial Realty Group represented both parties.
Todd Lippi leased 2,150 square feet of retail space at 3200 Paxton St. in Swatara Township from the Irene Wolford Living Trust for a Game Traders Club store. Commercial Realty Group Inc. of Lemoyne represented both parties.
Core – Design Group LLC of York will provide design services for a new 18,000-square-foot warehouse addition for Martin’s Potato Chips’ facility in Jackson Township, York County. Markey Builders will be the general contractor.
Navarro & Wright of New Cumberland will provide site and land development services for a new South Hanover Township municipal complex along Route 39 in Dauphin County. It will include a township administration building and a fire station for the Union Deposit Volunteer Fire Company on approximately 12 acres.
L&L Window Fashions opened at 5450 Derry St. in Swatara Township. It will carry HunterDouglas products, as well as custom window coverings, drapes, hardware and bedding, wallpaper and carpeting.
Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling relocated to 50,000 square feet of space in the Greenfield Corporate Center at 1704 Hempstead Road in East Lampeter Township.
The Hodge Podge, a vintage toys and collectibles store, opened at 23 N. Main St. in Manheim.
The Fox and Hound Bar and Grill opened at 2625 Brindle Drive in Susquehanna Township.
Simeral Construction Co. Inc. of Manheim Township will build a 15,600-square-foot, two-story addition to the Denver Elementary School, and an 18,700-square-foot, single-story gymnasium addition at Cocalico High School. The $7.5 million project is expected to take 16 months.
Delm Developers LLC of Chambersburg purchased the 63-pad Mountainview Mobile Home Park in Reading Township, Adams County, from Rife Road Associates. Landmark Oncor International represented the seller.
Pengate Handling Systems Inc. leased 667 square feet of office space at 1017 Mumma Road in Wormleysburg from L&D Properties Ltd. Landmark Oncor International represented the owner.
AllStat Medical LCC leased 908 square feet of office space at 4815 Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township from OLS Partners LP. Landmark Oncor International represented the owner.
Sean Sipe leased 1,972 square feet industrial space at 700 N. Hartley St. in York for Sipe’s Repair Service. Rock Commercial Real Estate represented both parties.
David Guy opened a Mo Mo’s BBQ & Grille in 5,586 square feet of space he leased at 307 Market St. in Harrisburg from MSP Investments LLC. NAI CIR represented both parties.
Arthur Funk and Sons of South Lebanon Township partnered with architects and engineering firms to create an eco-friendly construction process for the Woodside Apartments at Cornwall Manor, slated to begin in 2012. The site plan includes naturally designed ponds and water gardens to reduce pollution from stormwater runoff. Underground parking was created to reduce the amount of additional paving, thus reducing the heat island effect. In addition, Woodside Apartments will have state-of-the-art compressor technology to provide highly efficient heating and cooling.
WPCS International St. Louis Inc. leased 2,500 square feet of warehouse space at 12 Firehouse Road in East Hanover Township from Bonawitz Real Estate Investors LLC. NAI CIR represented the landlord; WPCS represented itself.
Sports Information Group relocated the accounting office for The Daily Racing Form to 2,874 square feet of office space at 800 Corporate Circle in Susquehanna Township. NAI CIR represented the tenant; the landlord was represented by its management company, Carrow Real Estate.
LifeWay Christian Resources of Nashville, Tenn., opened a 5,513-square-foot store in the Colonial Commons Shopping Center on Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township.
Silver Spring Township granted approval for Phase III of Millfording Highlands, which will add 20 home sites. Ten of the lots have frontage on the Conodoguinet Creek. RSR Realtors is marketing the community.
South Hanover Township-based Hershey Federal Credit Union opened a branch at 710 E. Main St. in Annville Township.
Harrisburg-based Reynolds Construction Management will perform owner’s representative services for Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center’s Children’s Cancer Hospital project.
Reynolds Energy Services of Harrisburg will perform an investment-grade audit of Conemaugh Valley High School’s energy systems.