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Wilmington Library to Re-Open in Temporary Home

June 21, 2012
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After being closed for nearly a month, the Wilmington Library will re-open Monday, June 25 in its new, temporary location at the One Customs House Building behind the Double Tree Hotel at 8th and King Streets thanks in part to NAI Emory Hill’s Steve Dobraniecki who represented them. The Wilmington Library will be housed for approximately a year-and-a-half in its new location until renovations on the former downtown facility at Rodney Square on 10th and Market Streets is completed. The library, in its 225th year of operation, is expected to reopen in early 2014 with an $11 million renovation. Meanwhile, the library will be housed in 22,700 square feet of space on the third floor of One Customs House at 704 N. King Street, just blocks away from its permanent home; therefore it will still be easily accessible by bus and is within walking distance to the train station and Wilmington’s Riverfront.

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Emory Hill Builds Yogen Fruz in Mall

June 19, 2012
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Delaware’s first Yogen Früz, constructed by Emory Hill & Company, will be opening in Christiana Mall this week in the Target courtyard just in time for summer! The innovative new store offers patrons a “mix it” yourself frozen yogurt and sorbet bar in which patrons select a low-fat frozen yogurt or fat-free sorbet and then choose from a large variety of fruits or toppings which are then blended to create customized frozen creations. Co-owners Michael Geonnotti of PA and Ron Perruzza of Toronto own several stores in the Tri-State area and plan to open more stores in Delaware once the mall store is underway. Founded in 1986 in Toronto, Yogen Früz has grown to be a world leader in the frozen yogurt industry with over 1,200 locations operating in 25 countries around the world.

 


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NAI Emory Hill Finds Space for New Middletown Sports Complex

June 11, 2012
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Three local soccer dads will see their dreams comes true to open an indoor  sports arena in Middletown this month thanks to NAI Emory Hill agent Paul Bryant who helped them find space for it. The new Middletown Sports Complex will be located at 938 Middletown Warwick Drive (US Route 301), the former home of Bob Wagner’s Flooring showroom and warehouse. It will house several fields including a large multi-purpose field for a variety of sports including soccer, baseball and lacrosse.  The complex, comprised of almost 22,000 square feet of flex space situated between Tractor Supply and Shone Lumber, is located only 500 feet from a future Rt.1 Bypass Ramp planned on Rt. 301. It will be open to the public and will also hold batting cages, netted pitching and batting practice areas, party areas, concession stands, leagues for children adults and seniors, “free play” areas and summer sports camps.


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