Cherry Hill Land Sites

Cherry Hill LandWolf Commercial Real Estate specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, is your go-to source for Cherry Hill land sites for sale.

We represent both owners with Cherry Hill land for sale and developers and investors interested in purchasing Cherry Hill commercial land parcels. The team of commercial real estate professional at our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm are the unparalleled experts in matching buyers with sellers and owners with tenants.

As a leader in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, Wolf Commercial Real Estate provides ongoing detailed information about vacant land in Cherry Hill to clients and prospects to help them achieve their commercial real estate goals. At Wolf Commercial Real Estate, we embrace the highest quality of service, proven expertise, and a total commitment to client-focused relationships.

For Cherry Hill land owners looking to sell their Cherry Hill land sites, the team at our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm has developed a defined marketing process that is customized for each property and sub-market to help owners sell their vacant land in Cherry Hill. Our highly successful marketing strategy effectively and efficiently matches buyers with available Cherry Hill commercial land parcels for sale.

For developers and investors interested in finding Cherry Hill land for sale, Wolf Commercial Real Estate has the people, the power and the connections to get you the right Cherry Hill land sites at the right price. We can identify the Cherry Hill commercial land parcels that best suits your needs. Then we work with land owners, land developers and municipalities to make sure that the vacant land in Cherry Hill is properly permitted, zoned and represented. Our team at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, will review the contractual terms for your transaction to assure that it complements your real estate goals.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm, currently has several Cherry Hill commercial land parcels available for sale. For more information about Cherry Hill land for sale, please contact the team at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

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Funplex operator agrees to buy Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill

CHERRY HILL – An amusement-center operator has agreed to buy Woodcrest Country Club.

A group led by Randy and Patricia Lahn, who own the Funplex chain, will pay an undisclosed amount for the 178-acre club on Evesham Road in Cherry Hill, the couple said Tuesday.

Woodcrest has been owned since 2018 by First Montgomery Group, a Marlton-based development firm that acquired the landmark for $10.1 million in a 2013 bankruptcy auction.

The club, founded in 1929, has a golf course, a restaurant, and a private meeting space.

Randy Lahn, a Woodcrest member and the son of a former club president, vowed to take Woodcrest “to the next level, creating a world-class family experience.”

“Woodcrest played a significant role in our family for generations, and I am thrilled to make it a formal piece of our legacy,” he said in a statement.

Woodcrest, which is to remain a private club, could add a fitness center, spa, and an indoor/outdoor pool.

Other options include pickleball courts, an arcade room, and a “kids club,” his statement said. Lahn said a “multi-year investment” would begin early next year with upgrades to three of the 18 holes on the club’s golf course.

Lahn, who began his career in amusements with a miniature golf course and driving range, oversees Funplex locations in Mount Laurel; East Hanover, Morris County; and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

The Funplex sites offer indoor and outdoor attractions, including amusement rides, water parks, and dining. Lahn also operates a realty firm with his name.

The ownership group includes Brian Williams, CEO of the Funplex Amusement Centers, and Patrick Lucas, Woodcrest’s director of operations.

First Montgomery Group sparked controversy after acquiring Woodcrest with a proposal to put 844 apartments, including 160 affordable units, on part of the lush property.

The firm later agreed to sell the site’s development rights to Cherry Hill for more than $4 million. First Montgomery also was named the residential redeveloper for multiple sites in the township. The sites, now being developed with hundreds of apartments, include a former motel property between Route 70 and North Park Drive and the Victory Refrigeration property on Woodcrest Road.

*Article courtesy of Courier Post

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Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.

Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill land sites for sale through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Cherry Hill Planning Board Okays a 140-room Hotel at Garden State Park Complex

A 140-room, five-story hotel at Cherry Hill Towne Center at Garden State Park has been added to the development plan for the huge retailing and residential complex on the former horse-racing track at Route 70 and Haddonfield Road.

The Cherry Hill Planning Board voted 9-0 Monday night to permit changes in the plan for the hotel and a 5,600-square-foot rooftop bar. Other changes to the property’s plans include a retail expansion to accommodate the addition of an Old Navy store and more flexibility for the owner to change use of vacant space from retail to restaurant to medical offices to fitness centers, all depending on demand.

However, a proposal from owner Cherry Hill Towne Center Partners LLC to run a road through an existing pedestrian plaza near the planned hotel drew the ire of some members of the public and one Planning Board member, who sharply criticized how the huge development has turned out compared with the vision of town leaders.

“I feel that what we’re getting now is a nightmare and not a dream,” board member Marlyn Kalitan said of the Towne Center.

“This was such a beautiful project,” Kalitan told the board. “It was our dream project. It was the dream of Cherry Hill to have this wonderful development that was going to have (a) park, recreation and walking trails. Okay I get it, we don’t have that.”

Kalitan explained that she loves to shop, but she doesn’t like shopping in the center. “Every time I pull in, I’m sorry that I did. The traffic patterns are awful and we’re just adding more buildings in here and more traffic.”

Kalitan and fellow board members Sheila Griffith and Samuel Kates voted against the plan to run a road through the pedestrian plaza. The rest of the board — Tina TruitEarle SeneresCarole RoskophJohn S. OsorioAnne Madden Tufano and Alise Panitch — voted in favor, with the plan passing by a 6-3 vote.

John Taikina, director of real estate development for Piscataway-based M&M Realty Partners, which oversees the site, said adding a road through the plaza would bring life to what he called “desolate” space. Each side of the street on the plaza would have space for restaurants and retailers that “spill out” into the street, he told board members during his testimony.

The plaza ends at an empty lot today, but if a hotel were built it would end at the side of the hotel. The entrance of the hotel would face south, toward Route 70.

Taikina told board members retail space along the plaza is difficult to lease and that a road would add to the pedestrian traffic and make the storefronts more attractive to prospective tenants.

Peter J. Mazza lives on Garden Park Boulevard near the pedestrian plaza and he says he walks through the area nearly every day.

Mazza objected to running a road through the plaza, telling the board the site was intended to be a pedestrian-friendly town center.

“Don’t have cars coming down the middle of that. It doesn’t make sense to me,” he said.

Town resident Paul Petrella of Third Avenue recalled that when the developer received Township permission to substitute a Costco store for the original plan to build a hotel on the west side of Garden State Park, the sentiment was a hotel wasn’t needed on the complex.

Petrella said the new site for a hotel is “probably the worst location that I could imagine.” He called for not building the hotel there and adding landscaping to what is now an empty lot.

Another resident, Rena Margulis of School Lane, advocated for the owners to continue to limit the plaza, which has a fountain, to pedestrians only. “Would you rather eat next to a fountain or would you rather eat next to a road?” Margulis asked the board. The developer’s representatives said during testimony that restaurants opening along the plaza could offer outdoor dining.

Margulis said she was concerned that the developer does not have an agreement with a hotel operator. What happens to that space if there is no hotel, she asked, adding: Could it be used for senior citizen assisted living? Could it be used as a drug rehabilitation center?

The developer has not said what hotel chains are in discussion to open a hotel on the site. When the developer reaches an agreement with a hotel chain, detailed plans would be presented to the Planning Board.

Both Margulis and resident Laura Anne Einhorn of Edgemoor Road called for a new traffic study from the developers that likely would reflect increased volume from the Costco and other development.

Einhorn also asked how the large rooftop bar will affect residential neighborhoods around the development. She said the hotel operator will probably provide music at the bar.

Board member Tufano urged the developer to consider making Cherry Hill “cutting edge” by incorporating the hotel’s rooftop bar with a green roof, which is environmentally friendly.

 “That’s a great suggestion,” Taikina said, adding that the roof could use planters to reduce storm water run-off. “If we get our preferred (hotel) brand it certainly is something that will be in their mix. They certainly consider themselves to be on the edge of eco-friendly,” he added, without disclosing the hotel chain the developer is targeting.

“It is a great view. It is a spectacular view,” Taikina said of his expectations for a bar on the roof of a five-story hotel on the site. “I don’t know if you’ve been to the roof of the parking deck ever but it is a great view,” he said.

*Article courtesy of 70and73

For more information about Cherry Hill land sites for sale or about any other Cherry Hill properties for sale or lease, please contact WCRE at 215-799-6900.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.

Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill land sites for sale through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Well-Located Cherry Hill Land for Sale on Haddonfield-Berlin Road

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, is now offering well-located Cherry Hill land for sale on Haddonfield-Berlin Road.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill is a +/- 1.3-acre parcel at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road. There are development plans for a +/- 12,500 square foot two-story office building for this land for sale in Cherry Hill.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road offers convenient access to Route I-295 and the New Jersey Turnpike and there also is portability to develop at this Cherry Hill land for sale.

The asking sale price for this land for sale in Cherry Hill at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road is $440,000. This Cherry Hill land for sale, which is directly across from Woodcrest Country Club, is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm with expertise in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill has commercial overlay zoning (non-residential) and permitted uses at this Cherry Hill land for sale at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road are medical, professional, retail sales (including alcohol package goods), banking, restaurants, fast food, funeral homes, and personal services.

Nearly 244,000 residents live within five miles of this land for sale in Cherry Hill.  The average household income in the same radius of this land for sale in Cherry Hill is $94,226.

For more information about this Cherry Hill land for sale at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road or about any other Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Ryan Barikian (856-857-6307; ryan.barikian@wolfcre.com) or Michael Scanzano (856-857-6386; mike.scanzano@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Prime Cherry Hill Land for Sale on Haddonfield-Berlin Road

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, is now offering prime Cherry Hill land for sale on Haddonfield-Berlin Road.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill is a +/- 1.3-acre parcel at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road. This land for sale in Cherry Hill is directly across from Woodcrest Country Club.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road offers convenient access to Route I-295 and the New Jersey Turnpike and there also is portability to develop at this Cherry Hill land for sale.

The asking sale price for this land for sale in Cherry Hill at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road is $440,000. This Cherry Hill land for sale is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm with expertise in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill has commercial overlay zoning (non-residential) and permitted uses at this Cherry Hill land for sale at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road are medical, professional, retail sales (including alcohol package goods), banking, restaurants, fast food, funeral homes, and personal services.

Nearly 244,000 residents live within five miles of this land for sale in Cherry Hill.  The average household income in the same radius of this land for sale in Cherry Hill is $94,226.

For more information about this Cherry Hill land for sale at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road or about any other Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Ryan Barikian (856-857-6307; ryan.barikian@wolfcre.com) or Michael Scanzano (856-857-6386; mike.scanzano@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Land Development Strategies

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Let’s explore land development strategies for getting the best result with the least pain. Rest easy… I’m not writing this to persuade you all to retain my firm for your design, engineering, and land development needs (though I wouldn’t mind, and my contact information is provided)! But since I’ve been around the block long enough to see even savvy business people get hurt by the convoluted, unpredictable, costly, and sometimes unfair world of land development, I feel compelled to share my experience and offer some advice to help others avoid the pitfalls and heartache of such a process.

Despite the perception that land developers are all super-wealthy and greedy, I’ve seen development projects get caught-up in litigation for years, at an expense of millions of dollars, for deals that marginally make financial sense, yet provide a needed service, housing, or economic development opportunities for the community. I’ve seen deals that die (and orphaned properties languish in the process), because a developer was denied access to certain incentives that might render a project feasible, all because he/she is perceived to have “deep pockets”.

But more impactful to me as a professional, I’ve seen many that do not have the experience, knowledge, and expertise in land development strategies get themselves in substantial trouble by either not conducting the proper due-diligence, overpaying on property because of ignorance of value, or listening to poor advice. These are not the big developers that we all know and love (or hate), but the small business owner that is fortunate enough to expand a business and now needs to add to his/her facility or even open at a different location. This could also be the franchisee who wishes to operate a retail or restaurant establishment that knows their business well, but is understandably clueless when purchasing and entitling property, and/or seeking capital.

It’s certainly true that no two deals, properties, or situations are ever the same in real estate, but I’ve enumerated several general things to consider when deciding whether or not to “take the plunge”, and also things to be aware of once the “go” decision has been made.

Many of these are more specific to smaller deals and the “non-developer”, but many are also attributable to the larger owner/investor/developer as well:

Land Development Strategies #1.

Understand your true needs… You’ll need to take stock in what you and your organization or operation truly need in terms of space, acreage, accessibility, geography, exposure, proximity to skilled workforce and other resources, etc. Attention must also be paid to future expansion plans based on growth strategies. Only after this is clarified to yourself can it be made clear to your broker, consultant, investors, capital resources, etc. If developing property for investment purposes, your goals are already likely in place…maximize property and get the best possible returns! Read on, as many of the following will resonate for you as well.

Land Development Strategies #2.

Seek assistance as you source property for your program… This one’s easy, as everyone reading this already knows who is the best broker and real estate advisor in the Delaware Valley. Still, there’s no reason not to ask others you trust on issues such as market conditions and trends, property values, likelihood of success to secure entitlements, local government intelligence, etc. Additionally, make certain that the site meets your physical criteria, such as ingress, egress, circulation, parking, loading, building location and orientation on site, and the ability to promote your brand and/or operation.

Land Development Strategies #3.

Understand the challenges and constraints of a property you’re sourcing… There are numerous things to consider under this heading. First, you must know the property’s zoning designation, and how to interpret it’s meaning relative to permitted uses, density, height, number of stories, parking requirements, etc. These things are not only public policy and matters of law, but also make sense for you… Who wants to build a new manufacturing facility next to a group of single-family homes, a high rise commercial building near a horse farm, or build homes next to a nuclear power plant? Beyond zoning, you must also be aware of the local political climate and fervor, and assure that any “Not-In-My-Backyard (NIMBY)” issues are innocuous and easy to deal with. Quite frankly, I’ve found that if a municipality clearly doesn’t want your development or project, even if the zoning is appropriate, sometimes it’s better to not even start down that path and select another location.

Land Development Strategies #4.

Assess, Manage, and Mitigate Risk… When developing property or expanding a facility or operation, you must pay attention to the following general risk categories:
a.) Environmental Risk
b.) Market Risk
c.) Entitlement Risk
d.) Finance Risk
e.) Construction Risk
All of these can be daunting to the real estate neophyte, and downright dangerous if proper due-diligence isn’t undertaken. However, with the proper consultants, these risks can be understood, identified, quantified, and mitigation strategies can be implemented. Make sure these risks are understood before “hard money” deposits are released to Seller, as the costs associated with these risks are commonly grounds for negotiating purchase price.

Land Development Strategies #5.

Understand property’s value, and DON’T OVERPAY! There are a few methods to determine the fair price that you should be paying for property (sale or lease), but don’t be pressured to accept a price that doesn’t work for you. Chances are that if a price doesn’t pencil-out as you evaluate a deal, it won’t work for other interested parties either. Many times, a rejected offer comes back, and you might find yourself back in driver’s seat a month or two later, and at your number.

Land Development Strategies #6.

Understand all documents you execute… Many savvy business owners, operators, and land developers can review documentation for “business terms”, but I recommend also having your attorney review for “legal terms”. This can include Purchase and Sale Agreements, Option Agreements, Partnership/Operating Agreements, Financial Agreements, Leases, Developer Agreements, etc.

Land Development Strategies #7.

Understand available programs and grants that may apply… If developing property, there may be property tax incentives and other programs to help the deal’s proforma, which can make an otherwise lean deal become more sensible. There are several other grants and programs available for those looking to simply expand their business, based on your positive impact on the community and job creation/retention. The flip side to this is just as important… if not vigilant, a town may impose unfair fees on your project, such as impact fees, off-site infrastructure improvement costs, and funds for affordable housing and others. Again, make sure you’re aware of these, and have your attorney review any documents that memorialize any negotiated impact costs.

Land Development Strategies #8.

Hire the best team of consultants possible… There are numerous strategies to accomplish this goal, and some may have better results than others on a deal-by-deal basis. For instance, many say to retain a local and “connected” land-use attorney to advance the project through Zoning and Site Plan Approval process. I agree in some cases but not others. If your project requires these types of land entitlements, it is imperative that you retain consultants that not only have experience in their specific disciplines, but their expertise must be specific to your project, your program, and with the types of entitlements required. These consultants consist of the land-use attorney, architect, civil engineer, professional planner, landscape architect, traffic/transportation consultant, environmental scientist, wetlands specialist, real estate valuation expert, market research specialist, and others based on specific needs of the deal. It’s also imperative to have a single “quarterback” run the process. For more experienced and savvy developers, this is usually someone in-house (or the principal him/herself). Sometimes it’s the attorney, and sometimes it appears that NOBODY is truly steering the ship.

These considerations are generic in nature, but I’d be delighted to elaborate on these and other deal-specific strategies to assist getting your project or development deal to the finish line. Best of luck to you all on your future growth, expansion or development plans.

Alan S. Brandies
VP Client Relations and Business Development
Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers
42 Okner Parkway, Livingston, NJ
(O) 973-994-9669
(C) 732-966-5273
abrandies@jkarch.com

 

 

Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers is a full service and uniquely diversified consulting firm, specializing in architecture, planning, interior design, structural engineering, civil/site planning, and MEPF services, serving building owners, developers, facilities mangers, and end-users. We are active in many sectors, mostly focused on multi-family residential, child daycare centers, corporate interiors, health and wellness, and others. We also possess decades of land-use and development experience, and offer full “Development Advisory Services”, including deal facilitation and entitlement management. Please visit our website for more information, and call Alan Brandies for more details.

 

 

Wolf Commercial Real Estate specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, is your go-to source for Cherry Hill land sites for sale.

We represent both owners with Cherry Hill land for sale and developers and investors interested in purchasing Cherry Hill commercial land parcels. The team of commercial real estate professional at our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm are the unparalleled experts in matching buyers with sellers and owners with tenants.

As a leader in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, Wolf Commercial Real Estate provides ongoing detailed information about vacant land in Cherry Hill to clients and prospects to help them achieve their commercial real estate goals. At Wolf Commercial Real Estate, we embrace the highest quality of service, proven expertise, and a total commitment to client-focused relationships.

For Cherry Hill land owners looking to sell their Cherry Hill land sites, the team at our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm has developed a defined marketing process that is customized for each property and sub-market to help owners sell their vacant land in Cherry Hill. Our highly successful marketing strategy effectively and efficiently matches buyers with available Cherry Hill commercial land parcels for sale.

For developers and investors interested in finding Cherry Hill land for sale, Wolf Commercial Real Estate has the people, the power and the connections to get you the right Cherry Hill land sites at the right price. We can identify the Cherry Hill commercial land parcels that best suits your needs. Then we work with land owners, land developers and municipalities to make sure that the vacant land in Cherry Hill is properly permitted, zoned and represented. Our team at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, will review the contractual terms for your transaction to assure that it complements your real estate goals.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm, currently has several Cherry Hill commercial land parcels available for sale. For more information about Cherry Hill land for sale, please contact the team at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

Premier Cherry Hill Land Site for Sale on Route 70

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, is now offering a premier Cherry Hill land site for sale at 1720 East Route 70 Cherry Hill NJ.

This Cherry Hill land for sale is located on 1720 East Route 70 in Cherry Hill NJ. The property at this Cherry Hill land parcel for sale is zoned B-2 Highway Business. There are +/- 24.14 acres of developable Cherry Hill commercial land for sale at 1720 East Route 70 Cherry Hill NJ.

The asking price for this land for sale in Cherry Hill is $3,975,000. This Cherry Hill land site for sale at 1720 East Route 70 Cherry Hill NJ is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services and has been appointed exclusive sales agent to market this land for sale in Cherry Hill.

This Cherry Hill commercial land for sale through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker, is an ideal headquarters/development opportunity as this Cherry Hill land for sale has a 31,000-sf building with an additional 19,000 sf approved expansion available.

Nearly 227,000 people live within a five-mile radius of this prominent Cherry Hill commercial land for sale through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services and the average household income for people living within five miles of this Cherry Hill land for sale is $100,480.

This Cherry Hill land parcel for sale on Route 70 is positioned immediately off exit 34 of Route I-295 and is within 10 miles of Center City Philadelphia. Amenities nearby this Cherry Hill land site for sale at 1720 East Route 70 Cherry Hill NJ include restaurants, hotels, banks, and The Cherry Hill Mall and there is excellent visibility and signage on Route 70 in front of this land for sale in Cherry Hill.

A marketing brochure and property highlight materials are available upon request from Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that has been exclusively retained to market this Cherry Hill land parcel for sale.

For more information about this Cherry Hill land for sale in Cherry Hill at 1720 East Route 70 or about any other Cherry Hill commercial properties for lease or sale, please contact Christopher Henderson (856-857-6337; chris.henderson@wolfcre.com) or Jason Wolf (856-857-6301; jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for lease or sale through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Successfully Investing in Short Term Airbnb Rentals

There are no precise dates for when this cohort starts or ends; demographers and researchers typically use the early 1980s as starting birth years and the mid-1990s to early 2000s as ending birth years. Vacation rental contracts are essentially short-term leases drawn up between a property owner and a renter who wishes to use the property for a short period of time, namely the length of their vacation. According to Bailey Richert, an eHow Contributor, Rachel states that your rental contract serves as a legal agreement between the two parties and therefore must be carefully worded to protect.

Key Takeaways:

  • The fastest moving and hottest growth in real estate for 2017 is investing in short term rentals. It’s becoming more popular because of the popularity of the listing site Airbnb.
  • Short-term rental, or vacation rental, is the renting out of a furnished home, apartment or condominium for a short-term stay, usually on a weekly basis, sometimes nightly.
  • A property investment in a popular tourist, business or university district is a great candidate for a short term rental cash flow opportunity.

“The fastest moving and hottest growth in real estate for 2017 is investing in short term rentals.”

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Cherry Hill Land for Sale in the Heart of South Jersey

4 Haddonfield RoadWolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm with knowledge and experience in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, is now offering superior Cherry Hill land for sale at 4 Haddonfield Road Cherry Hill NJ and 7730-7740 Maple Avenue Pennsauken NJ.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill sits on 3.14 acres of land near the Cherry Hill Mall and is an ideal redevelopment opportunity to create new land in Cherry Hill.

The Cherry Hill land for sale at 4 Haddonfield Road Cherry Hill NJ currently contains a two- two-story structure while the Cherry Hill land at 7730-7740 Maple Avenue Pennsauken NJ now features a one-story building.

The asking sale price for this land in Cherry Hill near the Cherry Hill Mall is $1.95 million. This Cherry Hill land for sale is available for immediate purchase through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

The lot making up this land for sale in Cherry Hill sits currently has both monument and building signage.  This Cherry Hill land for sale is zoned B-1 as a Neighborhood Business Zone. The Cherry Hill land for sale at 4 Haddonfield Road Cherry Hill NJ and the Cherry Hill land for sale at 7730-7740 Maple Avenue Pennsauken NJ both are a great fit for any professional or medical user.

This Cherry Hill land for sale is near public transportation. The location of this Cherry Hill land for sale offers quick access to routes 38, 70, 73 and 130. Also, the New Jersey Turnpike and I-295 as well as several bridges to Philadelphia are close to this land in Cherry Hill.

This Cherry Hill land for sale is being offered by Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

The Cherry Hill land for sale at 4 Haddonfield Road Cherry Hill NJ is designated as Block 3801 and Lot 2 while the Cherry Hill land for sale at 7730-7740 Maple Avenue Pennsauken NJ is in the municipal tax records as Block 4312, Lot 2B.  In addition, there is close access to restaurants, banks, retail and medical establishments from this land for sale in Cherry Hill.

In excess of 300,000 individuals live in a five-mile radius of this land in Cherry Hill and the average household income in this zone is $75,089. These Cherry Hill land for sale offer a great opportunity for an owner occupant.

There is an excellent on-site parking ratio at this Cherry Hill land for sale at 4 Haddonfield Road Cherry Hill NJ and 7730-7740 Maple Avenue Pennsauken NJ.

For more information about this Cherry Hill land for sale near the Cherry Hill Mall at 4 Haddonfield Road Cherry Hill NJ and 7730-7740 Maple Avenue Pennsauken NJ or about any other Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale, please contact Jason Wolf (856-857-6301; jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) or Scott Seligman (856-857-6305; scott.seligman@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate is the foremost Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.  Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale through or Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Prominent Cherry Hill Land Site For Sale

1721 Springdale RoadWolf Commercial Real Estate, a premiere Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, now has available a prominent Cherry Hill land site for sale at 1721 Springdale Road Cherry Hill NJ.

Located in the highly desirable east side of Cherry Hill, this Cherry Hill land for sale is a prime development site. There are approximately 18 acres of developable Cherry Hill commercial land for sale at 1721 Springdale Road Cherry Hill NJ. The property at this Cherry Hill land parcel for sale is currently the site of Bethel Baptist Church’s Shining Lights Early Learning Center, a newly renovated 21,325 square-foot school building with a gym, stage, full kitchen and abundant parking.

The asking price for this land for sale in Cherry Hill is $4,250,000. This Cherry Hill land site for sale at 1721 Springdale Road Cherry Hill NJ will be available for occupancy or additional development at the end of the 2013-2014 school year. Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, has been appointed exclusive sales agent by Bethel Baptist Church to market this land for sale in Cherry Hill.

Bethel Baptist Church will use proceeds from the sale of this Cherry Hill land for sale to fund a new state-of-the-art daycare facility for Shining Lights Early Learning Center and an 8,000 square-foot expansion to the church at its primary property across Springdale Road.

This unique Cherry Hill commercial land for sale through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker, is ideal for redevelopment as another school, healthcare facility, senior care or other institutional uses.

This Cherry Hill land parcel for sale is in an excellent location for easy access to Route 70, I-295 and the New Jersey Turnpike. This Cherry Hill land site for sale at 1721 Springdale Road Cherry Hill NJ is close to shopping, restaurants and many other amenities.

There are nearly 309,000 people living within five miles of this highly visible Cherry Hill commercial land for sale through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

The median household income for residents living within one mile of this Cherry Hill land for sale is $90,021. The median household income for people living within a three-mile radius of this land for sale in Cherry Hill is $77,353.

A marketing brochure and property highlight materials for this Cherry Hill land for sale are available upon request from Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that has been exclusively retained to market this Cherry Hill land parcel for sale.
For more information about this Cherry Hill commercial land for sale at 1721 Springdale Road Cherry Hill NJ or about any other Cherry Hill commercial properties for lease or sale, please contact Jason Wolf (856-857-6301; jason.wolf@wolfcre.com), or Scott Seligman (856-857-6305; scott.seligman@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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