SVN | Imperial Realty completes sale of 22,660 Sq. Ft.  Building in Allentown, PA. for $900,000


SVN | IMPERIAL REALTY one of the nation’s premier net lease brokerage firms, has completed the sale of the former A-1 Restaurant Supply Co building located at 732 N. 16th St. Allentown, PA 18102. The 22,660 Sq. ft building was sold to Z & M Realty Management LLC, from northern NJ for $900,000.

Amy Hawley SIOR and Ethan Medgie of SVN | Imperial Realty represented the seller, Wiener Enterprises LP.  Amy Hawley SIOR and Ethan Medgie of SVN| Imperial Realty represented the buyer, Z & M Realty Management LLC, as well in the transaction.

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SVN | Imperial Realty an independently owned and operated SVN® office located in Allentown, PA The SVN® brand is a globally recognized commercial real estate entity united by a shared vision of creating value for clients, colleagues and communities. Currently, SVN comprises over 1,600 advisors and staff working in more than 200 offices across the globe. SVN’s brand pillars represent the transparency, innovation and inclusivity that enable all our advisors to collaborate effectively with the entire real estate industry on behalf of our clients. SVN’s unique Shared Value Network® is just one of the many ways that SVN Advisors create outsize value for all stakeholders. For more information, visit