Sunday, January 3, 2010

Leases moving at Hayden’s Marsh Creek

Six new leases at Marsh Creek Corporate Center in Exton pushed the complex up to 98 percent occupied.

The four-building complex totaling 265,000 square feet was 79 percent leased up when Hayden Real Estate Investments of Conshohocken bought it three years ago. The recent leases include: nth Solutions, which took 6,050 square feet; Advanced Medical Home Care Supplies Inc., which leased 3,025 square feet; Visible Filing Concepts, which will move into 3,025 square feet; AQM Inc. leased 2,741 square feet; and Help-Now will occupy 2,000 square feet. TSIC Acquisition will occupy 1,975 square feet at the complex’s North Point office building. Hayden Real Estate arranged the deals ...

Additional leasing activity was under way at Cherry Hill Business Park in South Jersey, where seven leases were arranged by NAI Mertz on behalf of the landlord, Endurance Real Estate Group. Deals signed include: Newborn Nurses Group signed on for 10,300 square feet at 2 Pin Oak Lane. The organization, which provides services for newborns and their mothers, will have a staff of 40 working from the office; Camp Bow Wow, a doggie day camp and boarding facility, will be occupying 9,871 square feet at 3 Esterbrook Lane. The tenant was represented by Flynn Co.; Thomas Alberco, a wine wholesaler, took 9,771 square feet at 2010 Springdale Road; Ilken, a granite countertop manufacturer, leased 9,064 square feet at 2010 Springdale for a showroom and warehouse; Concrete Services International is relocating from Executive Mews in Cherry Hill into 8,535 square feet at 1 Keystone Ave. CB Richard Ellis represented the tenant; All Brand, a supplier of parts for major appliance brands, expanded into 8,262 square feet at 2010 Springdale; and at 2020 Springdale Road, the Garr Group took 3,039 square feet and is relocating from Voorhees, N.J. The company develops, produces and distributes promotional CDs and DVDs for clients including Kellogg’s and McDonald’s, among others ...

On the market is the former U. S. Gypsum property, which totals 28.9 acres at 3000 S. 56th Street in Southwest Philadelphia. The site sits near Girard Point at the Delaware River and 92 miles from the Delaware Bay mouth. A portion of the property is in a Keystone Opportunity Expansion Zone. Colliers Lanard & Axilbund is marketing the property.

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