Leading land and real estate developers, the team at Harvey, Hanna & Associates specializes in finding properties for sale and maximizing that location’s potential. All HHA properties are developed with a progressive mindset for continual growth in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Check below to see a few of our ongoing/upcoming projects.
Located in Northern Delaware less than one mile from the Route 141 and I-95, I-295, and I-495 interchanges, the town is ideal for enterprises seeking easy access to Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and points beyond. HHA has acquired commercial real estate in and around Newport and expects to announce redevelopment plans in the near future that are well-situated to this historic town. HHA is leading a redevelopment effort to transform underutilized areas of New Castle County, Delaware specifically in and around the Greater Newport area. The vision consists of three separate projects (Downtown Newport, Boxwood Road Logistics Park, Newport Trail) though all are designed to interact and complement one another for the latest live, eat, shop and play community in northern New Castle County.
Delaware River Industrial Park
50 Harbor View Dr.
New Castle, Delaware
HHA is developing a brand new 130,000s.f. industrial build-to-suite space for a long time, Harvey, Hanna & Associates tenant, PODS.
The Delaware River Industrial Park totals 45 industrially-zoned acres located along Lambson Lane in New Castle, Delaware. The park is well situated and positioned near the Delaware Memorial Bridge, within a half mile of the Port of Wilmington and full interstate interchanges of I-95, I-295 and I-495. Delaware River Industrial Park is located further north than all competing industrial parks, making it closer to the rapidly growing Wilmington Central Business District and Philadelphia metropolitan area.
Governor Lea Road
Delaware City, Delaware
720-750 Governor Lea Road is an 18.5 acre site that will feature a +/- 250,000s.f. of industrial space. Similar to HHA’s industrial parks and business campuses, the Governor Lea industrial redevelopment will create another opportunity to attract quality companies and jobs to Delaware.