Metro Commercial Negotiates Sale on Route 73 in Voorhees, NJ

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Mt. Laurel, NJ – January 15, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Metro Commercial, the region’s largest full-service retail real estate firm, announced today the sale of 3.85 acres in Voorhees, NJ to J&J Development Group, LLC for $775,000.

Metro Commercial’s vice president, Mark Gerlach, noted the vacant land located at 995 Route 73 South  was previously approved in Voorhees and Evesham Township for a small shopping center.  J&J plans to build a small retail development on the property which straddles the Voorhees-Evesham border.  Metro Commercial represented the seller, GNZ, LLC, of St. Louis, Missouri in the transaction.

Media Contact:
Metro Commercial Real Estate
Amy Orons
856-222-3015
aorons (at) metrocommercial (dot) com

Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2012, Metro Commercial (www.metrocommercial.com) is one of the largest full-service independent retail real estate firms in the US.  We specialize in tenant representation of national and regional retailers, shopping center leasing, property management, and investment property sales. With three offices located in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Metro Commercial currently represents over 100 national retailers and serves as the exclusive leasing agent for more than 200 properties, totaling nearly 20 million square feet.

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Metro Commercial is one of the largest full-service retail real estate firms in the country with transaction considerations exceeding $1.1 billion. Metro Commercial specializes in retail tenant representation, shopping center leasing, property management, and investment property sales. With 2 offices located in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Metro Commercial currently represents nearly 50 national retailers and serves as the exclusive leasing agent for more than 200 properties, totaling nearly 20 million square feet.

Contact:

Pennsylvania Office
Eight Tower Bridge
161 Washington Street, Ste 375
Conshohocken, PA 19428
Phone: 610-825-5222
Fax: 610-825-5156

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