Fall has officially arrived and the hot days of summer are quickly becoming a distant memory. Many are wistfully reminiscing of days spent at the shore or hanging with friends on the patio.
Sure, the end of summer can be bittersweet. However, I welcome the briskness of cool autumn days and the vibrant colors of changing leaves as far as the eye can see. It’s a nice change from the hot steamy days of summer.
This time of year is perfect to develop a plan to safely maintain your workplace for the approaching weather challenges ahead. Not that I want to drop the ‘snow’ word, but the reality is that at some point in the next few months we will all have to deal with the mess that snow and ice can leave on sidewalks and parking lots. Not to mention, downed powerlines and inconvenient hazards that can make getting to and from work a challenge.
Now is the perfect time to prepare your business and employees for what lies ahead! I get that, as a business owner, your top priority is running your business. That is why we have created this safety checklist to help make sure you’re ready for the season ahead.
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Twin Lakes Brewing Company has been offering premium American ales and lagers to the Delaware area for the last 9 years. The company has outgrown the 25 barrel, five vessel brew house and tasting room located at a re-purposed barn on historic Twin Lakes Farm (est. 1826).
That is why Twin Lakes Brewing Co. will be moving from its longtime home in scenic Greenville to one of Delaware’s most historic (and original) towns in Newport, Delaware – the Newport Industrial Park, which will allow the company to expand it production to 5,000 barrels a year. At the Greenville location, the brewery produced 4,400 barrels last year.
Twin Lakes has suspended it tastings and growler refills until its move to a warehouse located at 405 E. Marsh St, owned by HDC. Inc. and managed by HHA, is complete.
The company hopes to be up and running in September. “We’ve got plenty of kegs, but we’re running low on the cans,” Wick said. “Hopefully, our customers won’t have to wait too long.”—News Journal
According to an article by Scoot Goss of The News Journal,
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Congratulations to Albert “Bert” Root of Harvey Hanna & Associates for his recent appointment as President of the CIRC Board. Root has served on the CIRC (Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of New Castle County, Delaware) Board for the last two years as vice-president.
CIRC is a non-profit organization bringing together a group of members with similar interests in commercial and industrial real estate to network and keep current with the latest real estate and business transactions in the Delaware Valley community. CIRC meets monthly except for the months of July and August. The lunch meetings are for networking and socializing. Typically there is a guest speaker that touches on topics of mutual interest to the membership.
Root, Director of Commercial Leasing at Harvey Hanna & Associates, manages and oversees all leasing activity associated with HHA’s extensive portfolio of commercial, industrial and retail properties. He came to HHA in 2012 and has held a variety of positions in the commercial real estate industry.
In addition to his position on the CIRC Board, Root is the Golf Committee Chairman for CIRC’s annual Golf Outing held at Hartefeld National.
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HHA is Proud to Welcome New Tenants Early on in 2015!
What do a fitness center, real estate office and tech firm have in common?
They are the three new tenants of Harvey Hanna & Associates (HHA). Recently HHA has welcomed Be Barre Fit™, Long & Foster Real Estate and Carber, a ‘World Leader in Hydrostatic Testing and Isolation Technologies’.
Be Barre Fit™ is leasing suite space at HHA’s Hockessin Crossing Shopping Center located at 7465 Lancaster Pike. For those not familiar with barre, it is a 1-hour workout based on ballet, yoga & Pilates’ and has become very popular within the fitness industry. Movements are low impact and easy on the joints. It can be tailored for a wide range of body types and ages. Benefits of barre include burning fat, building longer, leaner muscles and a strong core, developing muscle balance & increasing flexibility. Owner, Trish Mackay, is an Australian native and has done a fantastic job of making a name for herself and the company early on.
Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. is similarly leasing office space at HHA’s Hockessin Crossing Shopping Center.
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