Landmark Commercial Realty Announces Q1 Recent Transactions

landmark recent transactions quarter 1 2022

Camp Hill, PA (April 26, 2022) – Landmark Commercial Realty is pleased to announce the firm has recently closed the following commercial real estate transactions during the first quarter of 2022:

Linn St, LLC has purchased the Dollar General located at 99 Lewisberry Rd, New Cumberland, PA. Sean Fitzsimmons, Director, Sales, and Leasing, and Justin Shoemaker, Executive Vice President, both of Landmark Commercial Realty represented the sellers Goldstone 1, LLC; Chris Black of Keller Williams represented the buyer. (Fairview Township, York County)

Knaub Rabon Enterprises purchased a 5.3-acre commercial lot at Eisenhower Boulevard in Swatara Township. Thomas T. Posavec of Landmark Commercial Realty negotiated the transaction on behalf of the buyer and the seller, Minerva Vranicar Irrevocable Trust. (Swatara Township/Dauphin County)

Department of Veterans Affairs, Lebanon VA Medical Center has signed a long-term lease for a 37,500-SF warehouse/office space at 1625 Willow Street, Lebanon, PA, from Bridge Properties, LLC. Bo Mangam, Associate Broker of Landmark Commercial Realty, facilitated the lease negotiations between tenant and landlord. (West Lebanon Township/Lebanon County)

Jian Property 310 LLC purchased a 7,300 SF commercial property located in Lemoyne Borough. Andy Jiang of Canaan Realty Investment Group represented the buyer; Roy H. Brenner of Landmark Commercial Realty represented the seller, KDS 310, LP. (Lemoyne Borough/Cumberland County)

GabbyMack Properties, LLC purchased a 5,148 SF commercial property at 5535 Allentown Boulevard in Lower Paxton Township. Roy H. Brenner of Landmark Commercial Realty represented the buyer. Thomas T. Posavec of Landmark Commercial Realty represented the sellers, Keith & Cathey Rode.  (Lower Paxton Township/Dauphin County)

Boots to Health, a training and wellness facility focusing on the unique needs of the veteran and first responder communities has leased 1,100 SF at 5023 Trindle Road in Mechanicsburg from Becker Properties. Nick Sallack, from Landmark Commercial Realty, represented the tenant; Seymour Barget, also of Landmark, represented the landlord. (Upper Allen Township, Cumberland County)

HL Bowman Building, LLC purchased the 4,300 SF commercial building located at 58 East Broadway in the Borough of Red Lion, PA. Chuck Heller, Executive Vice President at Landmark Commercial Realty, handled the transaction on behalf of the buyer.  (Borough of Red Lion/York County)

1070 S Cameron Street, Harrisburg, has been leased to local gourmet ice cream maker Urban Churn. The location will serve as their new production headquarters. In addition to this new location, Urban Churn operates shops on N 3rd Street in Harrisburg and on the Carlisle Pike in Mechanicsburg. Chuck Heller and Nick Sallack of Landmark Commercial Realty represented both the landlord, Headwater LLC, and the tenant in the transaction.  (City of Harrisburg/Dauphin County)

Turnkey Family Fun Center, located at 10 S 22nd Street in Lebanon, was recently sold. The former Yogey’s Miniature Golf and Ice Cream Parlor was rebranded as Game Time Fun Center and will open to the public on April 29, 2022. In the transaction, Sean Fitzsimmons of Landmark Commercial Realty represented both the buyer, Game Time Fun, Inc., and the seller, TLC Services, Inc. (North Cornwall Township, Lebanon County)

Epic Guru, LLC purchased Bear Creek Commons in Wilkes-Barre, PA a 21,572 SF retail plaza anchored by Buffalo Wild Wings and Aspen Dental. In the transaction, Sean Fitzsimmons, Director, Sales, and Leasing of Landmark Commercial Realty, represented the buyers, and Forged Real Estate represented the seller, Bear Creek Commons, LP. (Bear Creek Township, Luzerne County)

Tobacco King, LLC leased a commercial suite at 4315 Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. Jessica Gasper of Campbell Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant. Thomas T. Posavec of Landmark Commercial Realty represented the landlord.  (Lower Paxton Township/Dauphin County)

The property located at 104 Walnut St. in Harrisburg was sold to N+ R Properties LLC for redevelopment. The building was previously an owner/user law office. Andy Kohr of Landmark Commercial Realty represented the sellers, MIV Properties, LLC. (City of Harrisburg/Dauphin County)

Jung Sim Do Martial Arts will lease 4,200 SF of space from Shree Group LLC at 5001 Carlisle Pike. Justin Shoemaker, Executive Vice President, and Nick Sallack, Senior Associate of Landmark, assisted the landlord in the transaction. (Silver Springs Township/Cumberland County)

Kids College Early Learning Center has leased 1,800 SF at 2800 N. 3rd Street in Harrisburg. This relocation will serve as an opportunity to expand their center and provide more space to learn and grow. Seymour Barget of Landmark Commercial Realty/TCN handled the transaction. (Silver Springs Township/Cumberland County)

Taylor Johnson from Taylor & Co Salon Suites LLC has purchased the former Valentine Hair Replacement Building at 4200 Trindle Rd, Camp Hill, PA. Andrew Kohr of Landmark Commercial Realty/TCN represented the buyer; the sellers, George and Constance Valentine, were represented by Coldwell Banker Realty, the Bedorf-Prince Team. The facility will be used as a hair salon. (Hampden Township/Cumberland County)

To view more of Landmark’s recent transactions or for more information, please click here.

 About Landmark Commercial Realty / TCN Worldwide
Landmark Commercial Realty, established in 1988, is a full-service commercial/industrial brokerage firm headquartered in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, focusing on the South Central Pennsylvania region. Serving more than 200 markets globally, Landmark is a member of TCN Worldwide with more than 1500 brokers and salespeople.


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