FEBRUARY, SALISBURY, MD – February 13, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Bradley Gillis, CCIM, a Senior Advisor with Sperry Van Ness – Miller Commercial Real Estate is pleased to announce the former Floor Trader, a ten thousand square foot building located in Delmar, DE will soon be occupied by Advance Auto Parts. An out of town broker represented Advance Auto Parts in the 10 year lease, and Bradley Gillis, CCIM represented the Landlord. “The Town of Delmar continues to grow its Route 13 retail corridor and Advance Auto Parts will be a wonderful addition to the Delmar Community. It was a pleasure to work on this lease and we look forward to seeing Advance Auto Parts in Delmar for years to come” said Gillis. For more information about other available properties in Delmar and the rest of the Eastern Shore contact Bradley Gillis, CCIM at 410-543-2440 or Bradley.Gillis (at) svn (dot) com.

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