Ethermore 905 LP Acquires a 31,000 SF Building in West Chester Negotiated by Lieberman Earley

Ethermore 905 LP Acquires a 31,000 SF Building in West Chester Negotiated by Lieberman Earley

Ethermore 905 LP has purchased a 31,000 SF industrial flex building located at 905 Fern Hill Road in West Chester.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – August 27, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Philip Earley, CCIM, a principal with Lieberman Earley & Company in Wayne, PA. represented the Buyer, Ethermore 905 LP, while Chuck Swope, CCIM, and Jim Lees, Partners with Swope Lees Commercial Real Estate, LLC in West Chester, assisted the Seller, 905 Fern Hill Road, Inc., in this transaction.
Sale price of the property was $1,615,000.

The Buyer, Ethermore 905 LP, is a subsidiary of Nathan Trotter & Co., Inc. a local company which is the largest manufacturer of tin and tin alloys in the US. Their primary location consists of a 25,000 SF state of the art manufacturing facility in Coatesville. 905 Fern Hill will serve as one of their additional off-site facilities which are all located in the Chester County area.

According to Earley, “905 Fern Hill Road is an industrial flex warehouse building containing a total of 31,000 SF with office space of 3,500 SF, 2,000 SF mezzanine area above the office space which is used primarily for storage and a warehouse of 25,500 SF with 3 loading docks and 1 drive in door. Built in 1971, the building sits on 2.70 acres and has an abundant amount of parking along the side and rear of the building.

The property is located within an easy commute of the Borough of West Chester just off of Paoli Pike and Route 202.

Lieberman Earley & Company serves clients located in Delaware, Chester and Montgomery Counties. The Company specializes in the sale, lease and management of office, industrial, retail, investment and land sites.

For additional information, please contact, Phil Earley at 610-225-0900.?

Contact:
TriState REALTORS Commercial Alliance
Telephone: +1 610.238.9950

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