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NAI Emory Hill Welcomes Back Jim O’Hara III

July 30, 2014
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NAI Emory Hill is pleased to announce that Jim O’Hara III has re-joined the firm as a commercial real estate agent. Jim has more than ten years of experience in commercial real estate brokerage. He joined Jim O’Hara Realty in 2003, which then merged with NAI Emory Hill in 2008, and has been active in all facets of commercial real estate, representing retail, office and industrial tenants. He returned to NAI Emory Hill after working as an account executive for Chesapeake Insurance Advisors in New Castle.Jim O'Hara III

Jim is active in the community and has been involved with educational and athletic endeavors at Salesianum School and Ursuline Academy, both nationally-recognized Catholic high schools in Wilmington. He is a member of several professional organizations including the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and Commercial Industrial Realty Council (CIRC) of Delaware.


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Royal Farms Opens in Ocean View – 5th Store Built by Emory Hill

July 21, 2014
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Ocean View Mayor Cuts Ribbon at new Sustainably-Built Royal Farms

Another new, “green” Royal Farms held its ribbon cutting last week at 58 Atlantic Avenue in Ocean View, Sussex County, DE. The store is the fifth Royal Farms to be constructed by Emory Hill & Company,  which has also built stores in Glasgow, Georgetown, Bear and Dover, DE and is currently constructing a sixth store near the Philadelphia Airport at Exit 8 of Interstate 95 in Ridley Park, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, scheduled to be completed by the end of this year.  Several Royal Farms stores constructed by Emory Hill have been built to LEED® standards or have received LEED® certification, and all are constructed with sustainable construction. The Ocean View Royal Farms was designed and constructed in accordance with the state-of-the-art, stringent energy and water efficiency standards set forth by the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® rating system. The building features low flow toilets, waterless urinals, low VOC paint, energy efficient LED lighting fixtures throughout the store, and energy efficient components within the lighted beverage and food cases.

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