Wolf Commercial Real Estate has been retained to handle the property at 144 Kings Highway West, according to a release
Wolf Commercial Real Estate has been retained by Kingsway Learning Center as exclusive agent for the sale and marketing of 144 Kings Highway West in Haddonfield, according to a news release.
The location consists of approximately 50,000 square feet and is situated on more than two acres. The property is positioned in the downtown business district along Kings Highway. Surrounded by residential homes and an exuberant amount of retail, restaurants and amenities, this property is ideally positioned to be utilized as another school, office headquarters or redeveloped into alternative uses within a prestigious town within Camden County, the firm said in a statement.
WCRE has also been retained by Kingsway Learning Center for a property located at 244 W. Rt. 38 in Moorestown, the release said. Kingsway Learning Center will be working closely with WCRE to make sure they are considering all options.
“For us, this is about community. We will work to ensure that the entity that lands on this site will be a great addition to these high-profile neighborhoods,” said Jason Wolf, founding principal of WCRE, in a statement.
It is the firm’s second engagement with Kingsway Learning Center. Earlier this year, WCRE helped facilitate their consolidation of Kingsway’s Moorestown and Haddonfield campuses into a new site in Voorhees. The school leased a 73,000-square-foot building at 1000 Voorhees Drive with plans to relocate its pre-school, elementary, and secondary programs for its 175 students to a single site starting with the 2018–2019 school year.
“We look forward to working with an organization whose values align so closely with ours,” said Phil Rodriguez, COO of Kingsway Learning Center, in a statement.
WCRE’s institutional specialist team of Chris Henderson and Jason Wolf will be working closely together with Kingsway Learning Center on this disposition initiative.