$3.5M sale in Mount Pleasure Township tops Lancaster County property transactions [Deeds recorded: March 27, 2023]

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A $3.5 million buy in Mount Pleasure Township is that this week’s Lancaster County property transaction with the best price ticket.

Blessings of Hope made the $3,500,000 buy. A gross sales settlement for a similar worth was signed final fall for the previous Darrenkamps grocery retailer in Mount Pleasure Township. On the 52,000-square-foot former grocery retailer property at 189 Ridgeview Street South, Blessings of Hope would function a meals processing and dehydration middle alongside a ministry choice middle just like the one it opened final February on the former Treasures Market in Lancaster metropolis, in keeping with LNP | LancasterOnline archives. A meals dehydration middle could be a brand new service for the Warwick Township-based Blessings of Hope, which has been quickly increasing on the energy of quite a few volunteers who assist take recent however undesirable meals thats destined for the landfill and reroute it to meals banks, church buildings and different charities.

Blessings of Hope plans enlargement to Elizabethtown with $3.5M buy of former Darrenkamp’s grocery retailer

Blessings of Hope officers mentioned in August they plan to take a position $8 million to $10 million within the new Mount Pleasure Township location. The property was owned by Dave Sweigart, a Mount Pleasure Township supervisor whose household put up the constructing in 1996 for Ridgeview Farms Market, a grocery retailer they opened adjoining to their dairy farm and an current dairy and ice cream store. After working their very own grocery retailer for a decade, the Sweigarts closed Ridgeview Farms Market and commenced leasing the house to Redners Warehouse Market. Quickly after Redners closed, Darrekamps opened its personal grocery retailer on the property in 2017, a retailer that was then closed in November 2018 when Darrenkamps closed all 4 of its shops within the area.