KING OF PRUSSIA, PAWillnerProperties recently completed phase one of a capitalimprovement campaign for the class A Exton CorporateCenter, 102 Pickering Way, Exton, PA. The project includedextensive renovations for the 80,000 square foot, five-storybuilding. Willner is actively marketingapproximately 40,000 square feet of available build-to-suitspace.

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Along with lobby and elevator improvements, new energy efficientlighting fixtures, a flat screen television and glass Herculitedoors were installed to usher in natural light. All common areasincluding the lobby were painted, re-carpeted and a new tenantdirectory and signage were installed on all floors.

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The building's current tenant roster includes QualityDistribution, previously headquartered in the buildingbefore Willner acquired it.Quality came back to the building after thepurchase because of the owner- management structure and thelocation's continuing appeal to the company's employee base. Othertenants include JMP Engineering, ThriventFinancial, Integrated Security HoldingsGroup, and Allied VisionTechnologies.

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“We have been in the building for ten years and have witnessedvastly improved service since Willner Properties'purchased the building,” says Susan Trendler oftenant company Thrivent Financial. “We're veryexcited to see all the improvements they have made so far.”

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Exton Corporate Center providesstate-of-the-art business facilities with the right mix ofamenities and everyday conveniences, creating the perfect officecampus environment,” says Craig R. Bradley, vicepresident of Willner Properties. “We look forwardto welcoming new tenants to our latest portfolio addition.”

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With greater visibility from Route 100 and Gordon Drive,Exton Corporate Center features new building andmonument style signage, enhanced exterior lighting as well as theinstallation of three pond fountains. Numerous landscaperevitalizations foster a park-like setting throughout the propertyincluding a walking bridge over a small running creek. In additionto monitoring cameras throughout the property, the parking lot wasresealed/striped and the HVAC system was upgraded for greaterenergy efficiency and overall operation.

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