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Movies on Tap

Join us at Movies on Tap: Monsters & Malts Movie Fest 

October 16, 2018

October is here and it means one thing – it’s time for the first ever Movies on Tap: Monsters & Malts Movie Fest at Penn Cinema! 

Being a founding partner of this movie festival, we are so thrilled to extend an invitation to this exciting 3-day event. It’s going to be SPOOKTACULAR! 

What’s in it for you? 7 Movies. 7 Charities. 7 local Breweries. You can get a 3-day pass for all 7 movies, 7 charities and 7 breweries for $75 or $20 each movie ($10 for Flash Gordon). Admission tickets include: popcorn, beer samples, movie ticket, 100% of ticket price donated to charity.
 

Join us in celebrating great local beer and movies while proudly supporting our community. So far Movies on Tap and Harvey Hanna have raised over $80,000 to local charities!

 

Participating Breweries: Argilla Brewing Co. at Pietro’s Pizza, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, Twin Lakes Brewing Company, Mispillion River Brewing, Midnight Oil Brewing Company, Bellefonte Brewing CO., Wilmington Brew Works. 

Charities: West Side Grows (Wilmington, DE), Kids Runway for Research, Reeds Refuge Center, Toys for Tots, Food Bank of Delaware, Faithful Friends Animal Society, Williams Syndrome Association. 

 

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Hope to see you all there!

 




The Boxwood Project Update – September 2018 Edition

September 20, 2018

Harvey Hanna & Associates continues to make progress on its mission to transform the former General Motor plant on Boxwood Road into a modern business and distribution campus that can serve as a new and lasting economic engine for Delaware. While that process moves forward, however, there has been no shortage of activity at the property.

Recently, heavy rains caused the Red Clay School District’s bus depot to flood, leaving no place to store and deploy its fleet. Thankfully, Harvey Hanna was able to offer them the Boxwood property in its place, and we welcomed more than 90 school buses throughout the coming weeks.

Harvey Hanna offers Boxwood parking lot to Red Clay due to flooding.

In late July, Wilmington’s Five Points Fire Company hosted a training for area fire companies at the property, where firefighters learned self-survival skills and forcible entry techniques. Using the empty former plant, they trained using high rise packs and employed different tools in mock firefighting scenarios that could not be performed without a large and spacious building at their disposal. In March, we welcomed police officers from the Delaware State Police and local agencies for several days as they conducted their regular police K-9 training sessions.

Five Points Fire Company’s training held at Boxwood.

As longtime members of the community, Harvey Hanna knows first-hand what the former plant has meant to so many of our residents over the last six decades. While the process of redeveloping and revitalizing such a large property is a lengthy one, we are taking every step we can to ensure the plant property remains a valuable asset for the community along the way.


9th Annual Delaware KIDS Fund 5K RunWalk

Sign Up for the 9th Annual Delaware KIDS Fund 5K Run/Walk Today!

July 31, 2018

The 9th Annual Delaware KIDS Fund 5K Series hits the streets of Newport Saturday, August 4th. The race begins across the street from James Street Tavern. Registration for the race begins at 7:30 am and the race begins at 8:30 am. Entry fee is $25 pre-entry and $30 the day of the event. Kids 16 & under is $15

The 9th Annual Delaware KIDS Fund 5K is BACK! The Newport event will feature a fun course in and out of Banning Park, Cold Beer served from our friends from Twin Lakes Brewery, TONS of prizes for all ages, Ice Cream truck, DJ Music, Food, Bounce House and more – all to support our Delaware children in need. Don’t miss out on one of Delaware’s top 5K’s.

Why support The Delaware KIDS Fund?

9th Annual Delaware KIDS Fund 5K RunWalkThe Delaware KIDS Fund helps local Kids In Distressed Situations. This year all 5K proceeds will fund a Food Pantry Program for Richey Elementary School in Newport, DE. This is a much-needed resource. Did you know 65% of the students at Richey live at or below the poverty line? The proceeds will stock this pantry for 3 years, immediately! Let’s meet this goal together.

Last year’s race raised $44,000 to help children throughout Delaware. Delaware KIDS Fund helps at-risk children in Delaware who may face violence, abuse, family financial troubles, or other distressing situations. It is a non-profit organization founded by Thomas J. Hanna, VP of Harvey Hanna & Associates, a commercial real estate company.

9th Annual Delaware KIDS Fund 5K RunWalk SponsorsM & T Bank presents the race supported by Harvey, Hanna & Associates, along with many other community-involved businesses.

As the popularity of the race grows, so does the list of corporate sponsors, which helps to make the 5K possible. The Delaware KIDS Fund is thankful for the support of all of the local companies.

The USATF Certified course starts at James Street Tavern extends to Banning Park and back to the tavern. Here is a link to the course map. Each registrant will receive unisex tech t-shirt.

The awards are as follows:

Overall Male/Female winners ($200 cash prize)

Top Male/Female Masters ($50 cash prize)

Top 3 Male/Female in 10 yr age groups, 13 and Under through 70+

Top 3 Male/Female walkers

Nova Timing Systems will chip time using MYLAPPS Bib Tag Timing System and results are posted online during the race, with complete results posted after completion. Photos are posted after the race.

REGISTER FOR THE RACE

Contact Barb Kursh at barb@races2run.com for more information.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Delaware KIDS 5K Sponsors:

M&T Bank – Presenting

MySherpa – Presenting

Hyatt Place Dewey Beach – Presenting

Harvey, Hanna & Associates

Priority Plus Credit Union

Buckley’s Auto Care

Wilcox Landscaping

AIS

Tire Rack

Geico

Hillside Heating & Cooling

Omni Supply

Horty & Horty

James Street Tavern

99.5 WJBR

Delaware Today

Out & About Magazine

Money Mailer

Delaware Camera Systems

Hillside Oil Heating & Cooling

Patterson Schwartz

Issacs Automotive

Ferris Home Improvement

Parkowski, Guerke & Swayze

Brightfields, Inc.

Apex Enineering

Tile Market of Delaware

Pettinaro

Air Liquide

Disabatino Construction

State Senator John “Jack” Walsh

Architectural Concepts

McBride & Ziegler

Cirillo Brothers

Rep. Kim Williams

SpringHill Suites Newark Downtown

TKo Hospitality

All County Garage Door

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The Boxwood Project Update – June 2018 Edition

June 18, 2018

Last week, Harvey Hanna & Associates had the pleasure of convening with residents, officials, and other members of the Wilmington-area community to discuss our current and future plans for the former General Motors plant on Boxwood Road.

Along with representatives of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, our engineering firm Apex Engineering, and a number of area elected officials, we heard plenty of positive feedback from residents excited about our plans to create a modern business and distribution campus at the plant property. We also heard several quality-of-life concerns about the changes that would accompany its transformation.

As a local firm with deep ties to New Castle County, we remain committed to maintaining an open dialogue with residents throughout this process, and will schedule future meetings every 4 to 6 months to ensure the highest degree of transparency and public input. While a new business campus will not generate the same level of activity than the GM plant at its peak, it will have far-reaching implications across Wilmington and the rest of the region. By continuing to work together, we can help create thousands of new jobs, and a better, more prosperous future for our community.




Study Finds Redevelopment of Former GM Plant in Wilmington, Del. To Create More Than 2,100 Permanent Jobs

May 31, 2018

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Study Finds Redevelopment of Former GM Plant in Wilmington, Del. To Create More Than 2,100 Permanent Jobs

Harvey Hanna & Associates’ Plan for Modern Distribution & Business Campus Holds Potential for $281 Million in Economic Impact Per Year

 

Wilmington, Del. (May 30, 2018) — Harvey Hanna & Associates, Inc., a leading Delaware-based commercial real estate redevelopment firm, today announced the results of a study commissioned to measure the economic impact of its planned redevelopment of the former General Motors plant in Wilmington, Del. into a thriving, state-of-the-art business, fulfillment and distribution campus.

The report, prepared by Philadelphia-based Econsult Solutions, found that upon completion, Harvey Hanna’s exploratory plan for the property would produce more than $281 million in annual impact, largely through the creation of more than 2,100 permanent jobs in logistics, distribution, engineering, transportation and an array of support industries and services. The project would also create another 160 jobs annually over an estimated nine-year construction period.

“Since purchasing the former GM plant in 2017, Harvey Hanna’s plans for the property have been focused on a singular mission to create thousands of lasting, 21st century jobs for the residents of Wilmington, New Castle County and greater Delaware,” said Thomas J. Hanna, President of Harvey Hanna & Associates. “This study affirms our belief that creating a modern distribution and business campus can help restore this property’s long history as a vital source of employment and a nucleus for the local economy.”

According to the study, construction of the new business and distribution campus would generate a total of $6.8 million in taxes for the state of Delaware. Once construction has been completed, the reimagined property would also generate more than $7.6 million in annual revenue through personal and business taxes, as well as $2.4 million in new property taxes annually for the Red Clay School District and New Castle County.

In addition, the study found Harvey Hanna’s transformation of the former plant will also have a positive impact on property values in its immediate vicinity, driving the median home price up roughly 14 percent from $215,000 to $245,000 or higher, exclusive of inflation.

“We must win the future,” said New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer. “This is further proof that Harvey Hanna’s redevelopment vision could create thousands of jobs and transform our largest shuttered factory into an economic engine for generations to come.”

Filed with the New Castle County Department of Land Use in April, Harvey Hanna’s Brownfield Redevelopment concept plans call for the complete demolition of all dormant buildings on the 142-acre property, to be followed by the construction of 3 million square feet in new commercial space spread across four buildings with a lower overall footprint than the previous structure. If approved, the buildings would be constructed in multiple phases, with additional green space, improved storm water management and new landscaping buffers added to the new business and distribution campus. The plans are conceptual in nature, and must be reviewed and approved by New Castle County as well as other state regulatory agencies.

“The transformation of the former GM plant from a vacant brownfield to a thriving center of jobs and commerce holds the potential to create economic impact far beyond the property itself,” said Hanna. “By generating new jobs, raising property values and creating additional tax revenue, we hope to serve as a catalyst for the revitalization of downtown Newport and other communities across the region.”

The economic data does not reflect other redevelopment efforts planned by Harvey Hanna as part of a wider effort by Harvey Hanna to transform underutilized areas of New Castle County, specifically in and around the greater Newport area. The firm is currently pursuing $150 million in transit-oriented development of 400,000 square feet of mixed-use commercial transit oriented development around the SEPTA rail station in downtown Newport, Del., where future employees at the Boxwood Road property can live, eat, shop and play. Harvey Hanna’s plans for the Newport development also include an environmental center advocated by town officials, as well as a Riverwalk trail that will connect with the New Castle County bicycle and pedestrian trail network currently under construction.

Harvey Hanna acquired the Boxwood Road property in 2017 with the goal of redeveloping its more than 3 million square feet of industrial and office space. The longtime former home of a General Motors automotive plant, the property is strategically located along the I-95 corridor and is set in one of the country’s major population base, making it an ideal setting for distribution, fulfillment and logistics users and businesses. Offering easy access to major markets including Philadelphia, New York City, Baltimore and Washington, D.C, the property is a springboard to multiple major U.S. highways, including I-95, I-295 and I-495.

The property is also equipped with full access to area rail lines, allowing distribution or fulfillment companies to both ship and receive goods from across the region, and is just minutes from the growing Port of Wilmington, which handles more than 400 ship calls and 6.8 million tons of cargo each year.

About Harvey Hanna & Associates, Inc.
Founded in 1998, Harvey Hanna & Associates, Inc. is a Newport, Delaware-based real estate development company with a significant record of success related to the acquisition, redevelopment and repopulation of underutilized properties in the Mid-Atlantic region. Led by Thom Harvey and Thomas Hanna, the company has acquired and developed more than 5.2 million square feet of space, including 2.8 million square feet of industrial space. Harvey Hanna has deep personal and professional roots in Newport and the surrounding Delaware community, and the company’s comprehensive understanding of both the Boxwood property’s history and the Newport community has helped shape its vision for a first-class commercial campus that will become a critical economic driver for the region.

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Read Boxwood Site Economic Impact Study




The Boxwood Project Update – May 2018 Edition

May 21, 2018

Please Note: Site plan shown here is for illustrative purposes only and may not be relied up as final. The recently submitted exploratory plan will be displayed at the Community Briefing- which also shows a much more accurate parking rationale. This is for illustrative purposes only.The exploratory plan is posted directly under Active Plans on New Castle County’s Land Use Department Website, within “District 1”

As you may have recently learned, Harvey Hanna & Associates has filed exploratory plans for the dormant former General Motors plant site on Boxwood Road in Wilmington. The plans call for the demolition of the existing plant buildings, in order to make way for a modern distribution campus that we believe is more suited for today’s economy.

As a local firm, we know first-hand the long hours many residents spent working at the plant and the significance it holds in the community. So while it is with mixed emotions that we ultimately decided on demolishing the old structure, a new facility would allow us to better compete for the kind of logistics, distribution and other businesses built to thrive in the 21st century, and bring thousands of critical jobs back to New Castle County.The plan is currently being evaluated by the county and other government agencies, but the early feedback we have received from both officials and residents, including many former plant workers, has been very positive.

As we have stated throughout, we remain committed to keeping an open dialogue with the community as we explore the best possible use for this property. With that in mind, we would like to extend an invitation for all to join us on June 12th at 7pm for a public meeting at Five Points Memorial Hall (209 South Maryland Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19804) to discuss our plans, the plant’s future and what it means for the future of our community and greater Delaware. Attendees can expect to hear from Harvey Hanna, our engineering firm Apex Engineering, and a representative from the state Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.

We hope to see all of you there!

In the News:
Delaware Online Article 4-16-2018
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Harvey Hanna & Associates Submits Exploratory Plan for Redevelopment of Former General Motors Plant in Wilmington, Delaware

April 16, 2018

Leading Commercial Real Estate Developer Plans to Transform Dormant GM Site Into Modern Business & Distribution Campus

 

Wilmington, Del. (April 16, 2018) — Harvey Hanna & Associates, Inc., a leading Delaware-based commercial real estate redevelopment firm , today announced it has submitted an exploratory plan for its redevelopment of the former General Motors plant in Wilmington, Del. into a thriving, state-of-the-art business, fulfillment and distribution campus.

The Brownfield Redevelopment plans, provided to the New Castle County Department of Land Use under its Redevelopment Ordinance, call for the demolition of the 3-million-square-foot former automobile manufacturing plant structure at 801 Boxwood Road. Under the plan, Harvey Hanna proposes the construction of a modern campus designed to attract and retain 21st century businesses and jobs, serving as a new economic engine for the region.

“As a Delaware-based firm with deep personal and professional roots in this area, Harvey Hanna knows first-hand the significance that the former General Motors plant property has to Wilmington and New Castle County,” said Thomas J. Hanna, President of Harvey Hanna & Associates. “These plans represent a critical first step in rebuilding this storied property into a modern distribution and business campus that can provide a critical source of jobs and serve as a new and lasting economic engine for the entire region.”

The concept plans call for the complete demolition of all dormant buildings on the 142-acre property, to be followed by the construction of 3 million square feet in new commercial space spread across four buildings with a lower overall footprint than the previous structure. If approved, the buildings would be constructed in multiple phases, with additional green space, improved storm water management and new landscaping buffers added to the new business and distribution campus. The plans are conceptual in nature, and must be reviewed and approved by New Castle County as well as other state regulatory agencies.

The redevelopment of the former General Motors plant – which at its peak employed more than 6,000 people – is the first step in a wider effort by Harvey Hanna to transform underutilized areas of New Castle County, specifically in and around the greater Newport area.
In addition, the firm is pursuing the development of 400,000 square feet of mixed-use commercial transit oriented development nearby the SEPTA rail station in downtown Newport, Del., where future employees at the Boxwood Road property can live, eat, shop and play. Harvey Hanna’s plans for the Newport development also include a Riverwalk trail for walking, biking and other recreation, as well as the re-opening of the Newport passenger rail station. This planned river walk is environed to interconnect with the New Castle County bicycle and pedestrian trail network that is currently under construction.

“When Harvey Hanna purchased this site last year, we always knew our immediate goal was to modernize the former plant property and provide new jobs to the hardworking residents of Delaware,” said Hanna. “However, the resulting economic impact of this transformation also holds the potential to transform the greater Newport area, and position this area for success for decades to come.”

The exploratory plan was created in conjunction with Newport, Del.-based Apex Engineering, a civil engineering firm with nearly 25 years of experience in New Castle County and the surrounding area. In partnership with Harvey Hanna, Apex will analyze and devise plans for the redevelopment, including the preparation of all preliminary and final site plans for review and approval by New Castle County. The firm will also coordinate with both the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) and the Delaware Department of Transportation (DELDOT) to ensure that all applicable environmental and infrastructural standards are met during the redevelopment.

“Apex Engineering is thrilled to begin working on the regeneration of a property that was once one of the great economic drivers in this region,” said Steve Davies, President of Apex Engineering. “We take tremendous pride in this project and are honored to have the chance to play a role in its transformation into a state-of-the-art facility that can bring thousands of jobs back to New Castle County.”

Harvey Hanna acquired the Boxwood Road property in 2017 with the goal of redeveloping its more than 3 million square feet of industrial and office space. The longtime former home of a General Motors automotive plant, the property is strategically located along the I-95 corridor and is set in one of the country’s major population base, making it an ideal setting for distribution, fulfillment and logistics users and businesses. Offering easy access to major markets including Philadelphia, New York City, Baltimore and Washington, D.C, the property is a springboard to multiple major U.S. highways, including I-95, I-295 and I-495.

The property is also equipped with full access to area rail lines, allowing distribution or fulfillment companies to both ship and receive goods from across the region, and is just minutes from the growing Port of Wilmington, which handles more than 400 ship calls and 6.8 million tons of cargo each year.

About Harvey Hanna & Associates, Inc.
Founded in 1998, Harvey Hanna & Associates, Inc. is a Newport, Delaware-based real estate development company with a significant record of success related to the acquisition, redevelopment and repopulation of underutilized properties in the Mid-Atlantic region. Led by Thom Harvey and Thomas Hanna, the company has acquired and developed more than 5.2 million square feet of space, including 2.8 million square feet of industrial space.
Harvey Hanna has deep personal and professional roots in Newport and the surrounding Delaware community, and the company’s comprehensive understanding of both the Boxwood property’s history and the Newport community has helped shape its vision for a first-class commercial campus that will become a critical economic driver for the region.
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SpringHill Suites and the TKo Hospitality Hire General Manager and Director of Sales

January 30, 2018

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Newark announced today that Scott Craver has been named General Manager and Stephanie Patterson, Director of Sales of the 132-Suite hotel, which is expected to open in May, 2018.

Craver will be directly responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the hotel. While, Patterson will build client relationships and lead the sales program.

Most recently, Craver served as General Manager at the luxurious Royal Blues Hotel in Deerfield Beach, Florida. He previously worked for Meyer Jabara Hotels in Eastern Pennsylvania and chaired Discover Lehigh Valley, a tourism promotion agency. Ms. Patterson was most recently Sales Manager at the Westin Wilmington, leading and managing their corporate business travel portfolio. She is a native of Newport, Delaware.

“Scott and Stephanie are great additions to our team and bring years of diversified hospitality experience. We look forward to opening under their leadership soon!” said George Danneman, President of Danneman Hospitality.”

The new SpringHill Suites by Marriott will be the first of this brand in the Delaware market. The location, 402 Ogletown Road, is the gateway to downtown and the only brand name hotel located in downtown Newark. It is owned by Danneman Hospitality and managed by TKo Hospitality, a Harvey, Hanna & Associates, Inc. affiliate.

TKo Hospitality Management currently operates the Lighthouse Cove Resort and the Surf Club Hotel, both in Dewey Beach. The hotel’s groundbreaking was last July with a projected opening in May of this year.

“We are excited to be part of this new project in the growing Newark market, and to showcase the SpringHill Suites brand to guests visiting the University of Delaware, local attractions and area corporations,” stated Vince DiFonzo, TKo Management.

Designed for both business and leisure travelers, SpringHill Suites by Marriot Newark will offer suites 25% larger than typical hotel rooms. There will be separate living, working and sleeping spaces in order to provide guests with flexibility and functionality. The hotel offers comfortable beds, soft linens and plush pillows. Each suite also includes the SpringHill Suites’ custom, three-in-one West Elm sofa which converts from a sofa to a daybed to a trundle bed. There is also an ergonomically designed work area with complimentary Wifi.

Complimentary hot breakfast is included daily, featuring both healthful and indulgent items. In the evening, the lobby transforms into a lively nightspot as local craft beer and premium wines are available through the hotel’s full-service bar. A 24/7 Market is also available. The property also has one meeting room with 340 square feet for small groups.

“We are excited to work with Danneman Hospitality to bring the SpringHill Suites to Newark,” said COO and Partner Vince DiFonzo of TKo Hospitality. “I have personally worked in the Newark/Greater Wilmington market for over 20 years and have many relationships within the business community and look forward to introducing them to our new property. We expect the hotel to be a leader in the market with exceptional guest services and look forward to being a part of Main Street Newark and the University of Delaware community.”




TKo Hospitality Company Awards Associates

January 19, 2017

TKo Hospitality Company Awards AssociatesAs a hospitality company active in the Mid-Atlantic region hotel industry, TKo Hospitality management understands the importance of customer service and actively recognizes associates that excel at their various positions within the company. Congratulations to all the winners!

This past month they honored several employees by presenting them with the TKo ‘Knockout’  Award. The following were recognized; Hyatt Place Dewey Beach gallery host Jeffrey Straub, housekeeping host Jessica Granger, housekeeping host Cecil King, Sales and Catering Manager Mary Beth Furjanic-Barbic and Executive Director of Corporate Projects Alexandra Kennedy.

tko hospitality management company in delawareAccording to partners, E. Thomas Harvey III, Kostas Kalogeropolous and Vince DiFonzo, these outstanding associates actively embraced the company culture of C.A.R.E.: Commitment to delivering exceptional results, Accountable to partners, Respect for each other and Excellence in all we do.

In addition to receiving the TKo Knockout Award, Kennedy was one of 10 worldwide recipients of the Why Settle Spirit Award presented by Hyatt Hotels and Resorts. Recipients are team members who display exceptional devotion to guests and colleagues alike, and convey a consistent “why settle?” attitude and spirit of excellence.

TKo Hospitality, active in the hotel industry around the Mid-Atlantic region, launched late 2014 and based in Newport, Delaware. The company develops hotels throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

TKo Hospitality is an affiliate of Harvey Hanna & Associates and E. Thomas Harvey, III also heads Dewey Beach Enterprises (DBE), the development company of Lighthouse Cove , a multi-use facility that encompasses the Hyatt Place Hotel; penthouse and bayside residential condominiums; retail stores, restaurants; conference center; and an array of public amenities.

 


Harvey Hanna & Associates Presented ‘Community Service’ and ‘Spirit of Business’ Awards

Harvey Hanna & Associates Presented ‘Community Service’ and ‘Spirit of Business’ Awards

July 14, 2016

Congratulations to Harvey Hanna & Associates!

 

Harvey Hanna and the DEKIDS Fund Receive 'Community Service Award'The HHA and The Delaware KIDS Fund team was extremely proud to be presented the ‘Community Service Award’ at the Delaware Business Times Family Owned Business Awards ceremony held on June 23, 2016. The Delaware KIDS fund, a nonprofit organization inspired by Thomas J. Hanna in 2008, seeks to provide goods, services and funds to distressed and at-risk children throughout the state of Delaware.

The program is designed to provide essential services to local kids in need by offering financial support for essential needs, clothing, shelter, food, counseling and mentoring for abused, grief stricken or disease-afflicted children. One in five local children today in Delaware struggle to receive a consistent and nutritious meal. The Delaware KIDS Fund and HHA have consistently led a community-wide initiative.

The Harvey Hanna team is honored for the recognition of our commitment to the community and our mission to provide a better future for Delaware’s next generation.

“Children are 20 percent of our population and 100 percent of our future,” says Thomas J. Hanna. “It is essential that we support Delaware’s youth now, for a better tomorrow.”

A big thank you to all of those at the Delaware Business Times for this honor!

Harvey, Hanna & Associates was presented with the ‘Spirit in Business Award’ Additionally, Harvey, Hanna & Associates was presented with the ‘Spirit in Business Award’ on June 30, 2016 presented by the Newark Morning Rotary Club Courtyard Newark at the University of Delaware. HHA was recognized for the company’s consistent fight against childhood hunger in Delaware.

Thank you to Robin Broomall, Kevin Thomas , Mary Konwinski, Bill Sullivan and the rest of the amazing folks at this Rotary for the honor,  support and kind words.

We are very proud. It is essential to support the community we all live, work and play in together, today – for a better tomorrow.

Since 1998, HHA and Delaware KIDS Fund have contributed over $1 Million to youth-based causes and initiatives here in Delaware. Since 2009, The Delaware KIDS Fund has donated $76,000 to food security initiatives, thereby providing more than 225,000 meals to local families, children, schools, churches, youth centers and food pantries.

 Support your community and support our next generation

The Delaware KIDS Fund (Kids In Distressed Situations), a 501c(3) non-profit organization.

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About Harvey, Hanna & Associates- Established in 1997, HHA is a full service Commercial Real Estate Redevelopment Company featuring 3,000,000 square feet of prime location commercial, retail, and industrial real estate in Delaware.