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Commercial-Industrial Realty Council Hosts February Luncheon

The February luncheon of the Commercial-Industrial Realty Council  featured an update from Jeff Lang, Owner and Chris Locke, Senior Vice-President and General Counsel, Lang Development Group who shared details about their Hyatt Place Newark mixed-use redevelopment project. The project also known as “Green Mansion” is a unique mixed-use development that incorporates a property on the National Histroical Register, a 144 room Hyatt Place hotel, 20,000 square feet of downtown office space and a parking garage. The project brings a new economic driver to Newark and should revitalize Newark’s Main Street upon its completion. The following Continuing Education classes were also offered before and after the luncheon: 8:30 AM Class - Legislative Updates - Colin McGowan, Instructor DE MOD 5 Legal Updates MD Mandatory Md. & Fed. Legislative Issues Elective: PA  / NJ 1:30 PM Class - Commercial Hot Buttons - Andrew Taylor, Esq., Instructor DE MOD 7 Commercial Hot Buttons 3.0 hrs. Elective: MD / PA / NJ A very special CIRC Presidents’ Day Tribute was featured at the luncheon. PP=Past President ...

Commercial-Industrial Realty Council Launches 2020 Programs

Members of the Commercial-Industrial Realty Council (CIRC) gathered on Wednesday, January 8 for the first luncheon program of 2020. Attendees learned about The Bioscience / Life Sciences Program that came from an Innovation Market Assessment that the Delaware Prosperity Partnership (DPP) recently conducted to evaluate the projected needs and opportunities in the biologics, life sciences, and advance chemicals community, with a specific focus on the need for “ready-to-go” lab space for growing companies. The presentation included some of the study’s key findings and real estate opportunities for Delaware, especially as these companies “scale-up.” Between the study and related follow up by the DPP, Delaware Technology Park, Delaware Innovation Space, and the Delaware BioScience Association, local organizations are gathering data on the current and projected market needs for this type of real estate. Moderator Helen Stimson (pictured above), Executive Director with Delaware BioScience Association, led a group of panelists to address what companies are looking for and...

Commercial-Industrial Realty Council Celebrates the Holidays

Members of the Commercial-Industrial Realty Council (CIRC) gathered on Wednesday, December 11 at the Whist Club in Wilmington, Delaware for their Annual Holiday Luncheon. What a wonderful way to celebrate the accomplishments of 2019 in a beautiful place. Attendees "Filled the Barrel" with canned and boxed dry goods, shelf-stable milk, tuna, peanut butter and holiday foods for the Food Bank of Delaware. Each participant received a raffle ticket for donated prizes. Thanks to everyone who donated a prize: Charlie Tomlinson, Today Media - 1/4 page ad in Delaware Business Times + more; Value $1,450) Steve Burnett, IFS Insurance - Restaurant Gift Card TJ Hanna, Harvey Hanna & Associates - Fairfax Liquors  Gift Basket Jed Hatfield, Colonial Parking - Colonial Airport Parking.gift certificate Patrick Gioffre, Gioffre Commercial - $50 Cold, Hard, Cash! Todd Breck, Breckstone Architecture - Fine Wine Pairing (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir) Herb Hirzel, City Window Cleaning - $50 Harry's Savoy Gift Card Lorraine Sheldon, NAI Emory Hill - Fine Wines Kim Connell, First...

Commercial Realtors Gather for Joint Regional Dinner Meeting

On Wednesday, November 13, 2019 members of six commercial realtor organizations came together to network and hear an interesting presentation. The Presidents of the participating organizations: Jay White, Past President, Appraisal Institute of Delaware; John Birkhard, President, PA/NJ/DE Chapter of CCIM; Rob Stenta, President, CIRC; Pete Davisson, SIOR, CCIM (Event Founder); Mary Kate Williams, Communications Director, DREW; Harry Penwell, Commercial Chapter Chair, Suburban West Realtors Association; and Brian Glazer, Past President, SIOR Philadelphia Chapter. The evening began with time for networking between members of the Commercial-Industrial Realty Council (CIRC)  http://www.circdelaware.org/ , the Society of Industrial & Office Realtors, Philadelphia Chapter; http://www.siorphila.com/siorphiladelphiachapter/home, CCIM Pennsylvania, New Jersey & Delaware Chapters https://www.panjdeccim.com/, Suburban West Commercial Realtors Association (SWRA Commercial Alliance) https://suburbanwestrealtors.com/involvement/commercial-chapter/ , Appraisal Institute, Delaware Chapter http://www.ai-delaware.org/site_creator/templates/AI5/default.asp?site_id=253&SCR_ADJ=1.6 , and the Delaware Real Estate Women (DREW) https://delawarerealestatewomen.com/ Attendees were happy to hear remarks from Patrick T. Harker, Ph.D., President & CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. He previously served as Dean...

Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware October Luncheon

The October 9, 2019 CIRC/DE luncheon featured Continuing Education Classes and an update on the Delaware Prosperity Partnership from Kurt Foreman. This month, we start our second Full Rotation of CE Classes that will run through April 8, 2020. All classes will be held at 8:30 AM or 1:30 PM on the second Wednesday of October, January, February, March and April in conjunction with our membership luncheons. Continuing education classes offered before and after the October 9 luncheon meet Pennsylvania and Maryland MCE requirements. The afternoon class features a Delaware Module 7. Photo (left to right): Kurt Foreman, President, Delaware Prosperity Partnership and Rob Stenta, CIRC/DE President Kurt Foreman, President & CEO of the Delaware Prosperity Partnership, provided an interesting update on the organization's progress. He shared some insights into a visit from a group of national Site Selectors who came to Delaware last week. The goal is to make Delaware an attractive place...

Avenue North Update Featured at September CIRC/DE Luncheon

The Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware (CIRC/DE) held another successful luncheon on Wednesday, September 11 at the Dupont Country Club. Photo: Ernest Delle Donne and Rob Stenta, CIRC/DE President. Ernest F. Delle Donne provided an update on the Avenue North projects. He was introduced by his son Gene Delle Donne. He recognized Arthur A. Bernardon and the rest of the team. “Live-work-play” is coming to New Castle County. The Avenue North development on the AstraZeneca campus north of Wilmington is based on the idea that a new generation of office workers want to live close to restaurants and retail. They want to walk or bike to work rather than spend hours commuting by car. Avenue North is expected to become the biggest development of its kind in the county. Led by Delaware developer Delle Donne & Associates, the project will create some 1.85 million square feet of office, residential, retail, restaurant and recreation space...

Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware Hosts Golf Tournament

It was a beautiful day for golf on Monday, June 24. Members and guests gathered at the Hartefeld National Golf Course for the Annual Golf Tournament. Charitable donations in excess of $4,000 were received. Donations to the Delaware KIDS Fund and the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Delaware will be announced at CIRC membership luncheon when we return September 11. We thank all of the golfers, sponsors, and dinner attendees for their generosity. The day began with a delicious BBQ lunch as golfers checked in and prepared for the Shot Gun start. [gallery ids="14405,14406,14407,14408,14409,14410,14411,14412,14413,14414,14415"] Golfers enjoyed a number of treats during the day including Soft Pretzels, compliments of Advanced Office Environments ; Assorted Specialty Beers, compliments of Twin Lakes Brewery; BBQ steak, compliments of the Meat House; Water Ice, compliments of Excel Business Systems; Snack Cart, compliments of First State Elevator and Beverage Cart, compliments of Pettinaro. Of course, the event would not be...

Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware (CIRC) Hosts May Luncheon

On Wednesday, May 8, 2019 members of CIRC and their guests gathered at the Dupont Country Club for their luncheon meeting. Once again, it was a sold out crowd. In addition to two very interesting presentations, Continuing Education Classes were held before and after the meeting. Renata Kowalczyk, Managing Director, Wilmington Renaissance Corporation (WRC), discussed the WRC, their NewMarketWilm campaign (including retail recruitment efforts), and creative placemaking and creation of open green spaces in Wilmington. As a member of the Board of Directors of Rodney Square Conservancy, Renata introduced our Keynote Speaker, Bill Lenihan, President,Tevebaugh Architecture, to present the details of the Rodney Square Renovation project. The goal is to beautify and make Rodney Square more user friendly. The group welcomed New Members who attended the May luncheon. Photo (left to right) Fabrice Dubecq, Comcast; Theron Palmer, ELM Properties; J. Chad Cobb, M&T Bank; Beverly Thomes, IIDA, Contract Environments; Mark Doughty, BHI Insurance; Andrew Coler, PNC Real...

Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware Hosts April Luncheon Meeting

On Tuesday, April 9, 2019 members and their guests of the Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware (CIRC) met for their luncheon meeting and Continuing Education Classes. Photo: (left to right) Jason Hastings and Jay White. Jason Hastings, M.C.E., P.E., a State Bridge Engineer with the Delaware Department of Transportation's Bridge Section presented an update on statewide projects, as well as an overview of the planned Interstate 95 reconstruction project. Attendees now have an understanding of the reason for the project, the associated improvement projects, traffic rerouting, status and timing of the project. Once again, a number of new members were welcomed: Photo (left to right) William Pancoast, The Garland Company; Jack Coleman, Stouch Lighting; Chris Vanderslice, The Handyman Service; Christie Colbourne, Capital Commercial Realty; Ginger Weiss, Creative Financial Group; Keith Kepplinger, Chase; Daniel Barbato, P.E., Pennoni; and Jim Manna, BrightFields, Chairman, CIRC Membership Committee. Here is the photo gallery for the April Luncheon: [gallery ids="14239,14240,14241,14242,14243,14244,14245,14246,14247,14248,14249,14250,14251,14252,14253,14254,14255,14256,14257,14258,14259,14260,14261,14262,14263,14264,14265,14266,14267"] The next meeting...

Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware Hosts March Luncheon

On Wednesday, March 13, 2019 members of the Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware (CIRC/Delaware) and their guests enjoyed learning about an exciting new business moving into Bear, Delaware over the next 12 months. Joe Little (shown above), General Manager, Dot Foods, Inc. provided an update for the plans to build a new distribution center in Delaware. The largest food distributor in North America will construct their 12th distribution center in Bear, Delaware. The $36 million, 401,888 sq ft facility will sit on 36 acres at 301 American Boulevard, near the intersection of Red Lion & Wrangle Hill roads. The company plans to hire 125 people as drivers, as well as warehouse and administative roles. For more information, visit http://www.dotfoods.com/ An update from New Castle County Land Use Department representative Rich Hall on the traffic level of service plans was also on the agenda. As usual, some productive networking was done by attendees before...