FOR ATAPCO, THE SWITCH TO GREEN BUILDING IS COMPLEX, BUT WORTH IT

Featured in: US Builders Review- Winter II 2017 Edition  When you’re an established developer, switching markets and business models is difficult, but for Maryland-based Atapco properties, the transition is worth it if helps people and the environment. Patrick Coggins, vice president of development, says the company has spent the last Read More

ATAPCO PROPERTIES SELLS CHRISTIANA EXECUTIVE CAMPUS FOR $55,000,000

Baltimore, MD – Atapco Properties is pleased to announce the sale of Christiana Executive Campus in Newark, Delaware. The 450,000 square-foot, 30-acre, six-building office park was just sold to Delle Donne and Associates, a privately held real estate firm and full service asset management organization based out of New Castle, Read More

GREENCASTLE HISTORICAL SITE RECEIVES $207K FOR TRAILS, KIOSKS

GREENCASTLE, PA — The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has committed to investing $207,000 toward purchasing land for trails and educational kiosks around the Ebbert Spring Archaeological Preserve. The grant to The Archaeological Conservancy was among $45 million announced Friday by department Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn for 261 projects Read More

ATAPCO PROPERTIES ENTERS INTO CONTRACT TO BUY BALTIMORE SUN BUILDING

Baltimore, MD- Local real estate firm Atapco Properties has entered into a deal to acquire the Baltimore Sun headquarters building at 501 N. Calvert St. Russell Powell, vice president of acquisitions for Atapco, said the company went under contract for the 450,000-square-foot building within the last two weeks. Powell declined to Read More

ELDORADO STONE BREAKS GROUND AT ANTRIM COMMONS BUSINESS PARK

Greencastle, PA- Eldorado Stone, a 47-year-old architectural stone-veneer manufacturing company, broke ground Wednesday afternoon on its new facility in Antrim Township, Pa. The new plant, which is expected to be completed in September 2017, will combine two separate sites, Greencastle’s manufacturing facility and Hagerstown’s distribution facility, into one unit with Read More