The assignment, which includes 144 Kings Highway West in Haddonfield and 244 West Route 38 in Moorestown, also involves advisory duties for the properties.
“For us, this is about community. We will work to ensure that the entity that lands on this site will be a great addition to these high-profile neighborhoods,” Jason Wolf, founding principal of WCRE, said.
The Haddonfield location is situated on approximately 2 acres and is comprised of 50,000 square feet. The property, WCRE said, is positioned to be used as a school, office headquarters of redeveloped into another use.
The Moorestown location is situated on approximately 4 acres and is comprised of 33,000 square feet. The single-story building, WCRE said, is within close access to the New Jersey Turnpike, Interstate 295 and Route 38.
“We look forward to working with an organization whose values align so closely with ours,” Phil Rodriguez, chief operating officer of Kingsway Learning Center, said.
“WCRE is proud to partner with Kingsway as our latest institutional relationship in Southern New Jersey. We look forward to applying our WCRE 360 marketing approach to find the right users for these highly-desirable properties,” Chris Henderson, vice president and principal at WCRE, said.