Conshohocken-based Preferred Real Estate, an affiliate of Kingof Prussia, PA-based O'Neill Properties, owns the complex. MikeO'Neill and Ken Kearns of Preferred represented the owner, and ReidBlynn of Wayne, PA-based Smith-Mack, represented Cadient.

Cadient's move follows a management buyout in November underwhich Cadient executives purchased the company from QwestCommunications International. Bob Weissman, Cadient's president andchief executive officer, led the buyout, which was backed byPrinceton, NJ-based Edison Ventures.

"The relocation to Conshohocken is an important strategic move,"Weissman says in a statement. "(The location) is positioned in themiddle of the region's pharmaceutical industry and is centrallylocated betweenPhiladelphia and the 202 corridor."PharmaceuticalFirm Relocates to Conshohocken

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