Building Renovation to Add to the Economic Growth of Highland Park Area

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Dowd Holdings L.P purchased 264 Highland Park Boulevard from the Girard Estate on November 7th, 2007. Approximately ($1,000,000) is being invested in the renovation. The improved Class A office space is sure to be an asset to the Highland Park Boulevard area.

Wilkes-Barre, PA (PRWEB) November 17, 2007 -- Dowd Holdings L.P purchased 264 Highland Park Boulevard from the Girard Estate on November 7th, 2007. The building which formerly housed The Pa Department of Labor and Industry-Disability Determination Bureau is being renovated, and will be renamed The Arena Commons.

The Arena Commons demolition is currently in progress. Approximately ($1,000,000) is being invested in the renovation. The improved Class A office space is sure to be an asset to the Highland Park Boulevard area.

Sundance Vacations will be the first tenant to occupy the building. The national vacation company headquartered in Wilkes-Barre will move their corporate office, as well as a new sales office to the Arena Commons, leaving 30,000 sq. ft. for lease.

The Highland Park area, where the Arena Commons is located is just adjacent to the Wachovia Arena at Casey Plaza. The Dowd's are excited to relocate to the Arena area because Highland Park Boulevard is arguably the newest and most rapidly growing commercial thoroughfare in Northeastern Pennsylvania. "The new building, marks the latest phase in a significant investment for Sundance Vacations", stated John Dowd.

Highland Park offers an economical place to do business. Highland Park is the center for commerce and activity in the Wyoming Valley Area. The Park is within 10 miles of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport, and provides a wide array of well-known neighboring businesses. Highland Park has all of the essentials businesses and their employees need to succeed.

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