In today’s “re-blossoming” real estate market, what could be better than having repeat clients? Vin Filosi and Pam McLean of Hytork Controls turned out to be just such customers.

Back in 1997, I sold Hytork Controls a 22,200 square foot office warehouse building. It fit their company needs to a tee. Through the years their company prospered in the new facility and was then acquired by Emerson Electric. Emerson executed a 10 year lease with Hytork and remained in the building until July, 2013. When the building was scheduled to be vacated, the owners returned to me for help in either backfilling the space for lease or selling the property.

Through diligent marketing and price adjustments, I was able to find the ideal candidate to purchase the building. The catch? We were entering the holiday season and it’s a little more complicated to get buildings bought and sold while everyone is eyeing their vacation or already out of the office. However, hard work paid off and Princeton Tool finally found their new home (for $1.4 million). Tom Bales of Bales Properties was their awesome broker who represented the buyer. It was truly a pleasure to work with him on this deal.King Palm Dr