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411 S Claude A Lord Blvd

NAI Keystone’s Bryan Cole and John Buccinno are named Exclusively brokers for 411 Claude A Lord Blvd Pottsville Pa 17901 Location 411 Claude A Lord Blvd

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Bryan E. Cole | Team Leader
NAI Keystone Commercial & Industrial, LLC
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MedExpress opens in Muhlenberg

 

Reading Eagle Article www.ReadingEagle.com

MedExpress Urgent Care opened an urgent-care center today at 3407 N. Fifth Street Highway, Muhlenberg Township.

The office, open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., employs 30.
Dr. Frank Alderman, chief executive of the Morgantown, W.Va.-based company, said the office provides prompt care for episodic illnesses or injuries that are not perceived to be life-threatening.

“Anything life- or limb-threatening – a gunshot wound or significant trauma – should go to the emergency room,” Alderman said. “But a broken ankle, stitches, asthma, pneumonia – all that stuff is welcome at MedExpress.”

He said that a physician and registered nurse are always on site.
Alderman said the company also works with employers to minimize the amount of time that a worker would lose if he had to go to the ER.
The company is in the networks of most insurance companies, but also offers payment plans for the uninsured, he said.

MedExpress was founded in 2001 and has 52 locations in country.

MedExpress opens in Muhlenberg

 

Commercial & Industrial Real Estate in Reading PA

Bryan E. Cole | Team Leader
NAI Keystone Commercial & Industrial, LLC

www.Bryan-Cole.com
Bcole@naikeystone.com

direct: 610-370-8502
3970 Perkiomen Avenue
Suite 200
Reading, PA 19606

Arthritis center expands in Spring Township

 

The Arthritis & Osteoporosis Center Inc. has been providing treatment in Berks County for more than 35 years. The practice, founded by Dr. Jerome S. Weisberg, has grown to 45 employees, including six board-certified rheumatologists. So it was no surprise that the practice outgrew its 10,000-square-foot office at 401 Buttonwood St.

After a year-long search, the practice moved to a new 20,000-square-foot office on Century Boulevard in Spring Township. The office is near several overlooking the Broadcasting Square Shopping Center.

Rheumatologists are medical doctors who specialize in arthritis and related diseases.

Diseases of the joints, muscles and bones can include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, gout, back pain, myositis, fibromyalgia and tendonitis.

The rheumatologists design individualized treatment programs. The doctors were able to custom-design the space to fit the needs of their patients.
Dr. Peter D. Nicholas Jr. said they did so with the assistance of a popular city architect.

“William Vitale of Designworks Architects, Reading, was pivotal in the development of our green building,” Nicholas said. “When we looked at this building, it was an empty shell. This is a great central area with easy access. This is becoming a doctor’s hub of the area.”

One of the green features is 21 sun tubes on the roof, which illuminate the common areas. When there is enough sunlight to illuminate the tubes, the fluorescent lighting turns off.
The doctors’ offices are designed in pods that allow exam rooms and offices to surround the nurses’ station for communication and patient flow, he explained.
“The bottom line for us when designing this building was the idea that our patients are the most important aspect of the practice,” he said. “We treat our patients as if we are treating our own parents.”

Nicholas said a 2,000-square-foot physical therapy room was added.

“All of our doctors were sending patients out for physical therapy, so we thought it would be integral to have our own physical therapy here in our building,” he said.
The practice is a testing facility for new drugs.
“We get to use drugs years before they receive Federal Drug Administration approval,” Nicholas said. “That gives us a hand-up with the use of anti-rheumatic drugs.”

NAI Keystone’s Bryan Cole represented the property that The Arthritis & Osteoporosis Center Inc. purchased in Spring Township PA.  The site was owned and sold by Kinsley Properties who also built the facility.

 

Bryan E. Cole
NAI Keystone Commercial & Industrial, LLC
http://www.Bryan-Cole.com
Bcole@naikeystone.com
direct: 610-370-8502
3970 Perkiomen Avenue
Suite 200
Reading, PA 19606

ProLogis, AMB in talks on combining

SAN FRANCISCO –

Industrial real estate investment trust ProLogis says it is in talks with rival AMB Property Corp. about combining the two companies.

Denver-based ProLogis, which owns warehouses and other industrial properties, says the deal would be an all-stock transaction. It says there is no guarantee the deal will get done. San Francisco-based AMB issued a similar statement.
The companies say the value of the deal will be based on their share prices prior to media reports of the talks.
On Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal reported that the two companies were close to a deal. AMB’s shares jumped nearly 10 percent in extended trading. ProLogis was up more than 8 percent.

ProLogis, AMB in talks on combining

Bryan E. Cole | NAI Keystone Commercial & Industrial, LLC

Direct: 610-370-8502
Bcole@naikeystone.com

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Business log: Greater Reading zone awarded $50,000

Article by The Reading Eagle on January 18, 2011

The Greater Reading Keystone Innovation Zone has been awarded $50,000.

Funding is provided by the state Department of Community and Economic Development to help start-up companies succeed and equip Pennsylvania’s colleges and universities with the resources to commercialize new technologies.

The KIZ, which operates under the auspices of the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry, is partnering with Innovation Transfer Network to identify faculty expertise, promote collaboration and connect with the Reading business community. Faculty, students and administrators at Albright College, Alvernia University, Kutztown University, Penn State Berks and Reading Area Community College will participate in the project.

Developing services and technologies, providing real-world experience for students and applying faculty expertise to solve business issues are a few of the ideas planned.

“When I discovered the good work that ITN was accomplishing with 12 neighboring academic institutions, I knew that we needed to replicate their efforts here in Berks County,” said KIZ coordinator Jennifer Leinbach. “By contracting with ITN, we combined the GRKIZ community contacts with ITN’s experience leading academic and private sector projects, to maximize our potential. It is working out very well for everyone involved.”

The grant will support a series of industry forums, faculty research forums and a limited number of seed assistance grants as part of the KIZ and ITN partnership.

Business log: Greater Reading zone awarded $50,000

 

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Bryan Cole #38 – Named in Loopnet’s Top 100 people viewed!

100 Most Popular LoopNet Members

Justin Hu (noreply@blogger.com),  Dec 10, 2010 10:11 EST (38 days ago)  on  LoopNet Commercial Real Estate Blog  (Original Article)

Here are the LoopNet members that have had the most visitors to their LoopNet Profile in the last several months.
CRE pros are making it happen with their LoopNet Profile and other tools.
We admire LoopNet members for recognizing the value of building an online reputation. They work work hard to virally promote their listings and expertise online, which wins them new business.
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100 Most Popular LoopNet Members
1. Miguel de Arcos, Sperry Van Ness Florida Commercial Real Estate Advisors
2. WC Equity Group, WC Equity Group
3. Wolf Baschung, CCIM, MW Real Estate Group
4. Coy Davidson, Colliers International
5. Harry T. Drought Jr., Drought Properties Inc.
6. Alvin Mansour | The Mansour Group, The Mansour Group | Marcus & Millichap
7. Debbie Hanna, RE/MAX COMMERCIAL
8. Danielle Hoston, KW Commercial
9. Nidal Saleh, American Business Brokers
10. Dwight Puntigan, Principal Realty Group
11. Carolan Harris, Development Dynamics
12. James J. Bufalino, PREMIER REALTY REO: MI – NY – GA Commercial Asset Division
13. Joshua Brown, CCIM, Haag Brown Commercial
14. Joseph Kennedy, Crystal Investment Property, LLC
15. John Conley, L & B Properties, Inc.
16. Rob James, EXP Realty Advisors
17. John Brigham, ROI Properties
18. Sandra Jarvis, IndySQUARED
19. SIMON LLOYD, Solar team USA
20. Gregory Garver . NNN Triple Net Broker, Brokers USA
21. Terry Coyne, Grubb & Ellis Cleveland
22. Net Realty Advisors, Net Realty Advisors
23. Alex A. Garcia, AG Real Estate Services, Inc.
24. Jorge Newbery, RE/MAX Victory
25. Fred Bullard III, Bullard Realty LLC
26. Ravpreet Singh, KW Commercial / Vismad Properties LLC
27. Dave Smith, RE/MAX Commercial Midwest
28. Chris W. Miller, Independence Realty
29. David Wolos, NAI Plotkin
30. Debra Johnson Shuey, CCIM, RPA, CLA, Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT
31. David Bramante, Marcus & Millichap
32. Jack Jawdat, New York Commercial Real Estate ltd.
33. Mike Fitzgerald, Fitzgerald Land & Commercial Realty
34. Sandy Bliven, Coldwell Banker Cahoone Realtors
35. Gary Tasman, Commercial Property SW FL, a Cushman & Wakefield Alliance Member
36. Greg Frick, Hagerman Frick O’Brien, LLC
37. R. T. Hudgins, Hudgins Commercial Investment Advisors
38. Bryan Cole, NAI Keystone Commercial & Industrial, LLC
39. Shawn Kormondy, Keller Williams Realty
40. Chad Stewart, Burbach Realty Services
41. John Burpee, NAI Tampa Bay
42. Jim Garinger, CCIM, SIOR, Colliers International Southwest Florida
43. Cliff Hockley, Bluestone and Hockley Real Estate Services
44. Rob Cassam, CCIM, Carolina Realty Advisors
45. Candice A Donofrio, REALTOR, CCSS, e-PRO, Broker, Next Wave Real Estate Investments LLC
46. Debbie Harris, New Atlantic Realty Group, Inc.
47. Colonial Commercial Group, LLC, Colonial Commercial Group, LLC
48. Al Isaac, NAI Isaac Commercial Properties
49. Peter Skoro, Long & Foster Commercial Division
50. Michael DiDomenico, John Matthew Inc., Realtors GMAC Real Estate