New Lingo Office Building
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New tenants announced for Rehoboth’s Lingo Office Building
The owners of a newly constructed office building just off busy Route 1 in Rehoboth Beach have announced lease agreements with two companies that will soon be taking up residence in the three-story structure.
Fresenius Medical Care, a nationwide supplier of dialysis services, and Wilmington-based WSFS bank will be the first two tenants of the Lingo Professional Building, which was constructed earlier this year. Fresenius will occupy the entire first floor and half of the second floor, while WSFS will move its administrative offices to the second floor of the new building, which is owned by Lingo Asset Management, a division of the Jack Lingo Corp.
The third floor is still available for lease.
“We are very pleased that, as 2014 comes to a close, Lingo has cemented lease agreements with the first two tenants of the Lingo Professional Building,” says Whayland Co. President Steve Hentschel, who’s company constructed the building. “Lingo is a valued client of the Whayland Co., and we’re happy that this building is going to be occupied in the very near future. That it will be filled by two such reputable companies is even greater still.”
The striking new tan and brick structure took nine months to construct and, at just over 19,000-square-feet, is the newest professional office building in the “nation’s summer capital.”
It was the latest construction project of the Whayland Co., a local business that takes a great deal of pride in forming the type of relationships like the one it has with Lingo. It’s a customer first mentality and an unwavering commitment to customer service that has made Whayland a major player in Delmarva’s construction management realm for more than a half a century.
“We do feel very special on a project like this because it’s two local companies working together on a local project, employing local people and contributing to the local economy,” says Hentschel, who purchased the Whayland Co., two years ago and has continued the company’s long-time commitment of service to the local community. “We are always thankful when a Sussex County company puts its trust in us. It’s something we take very seriously and will continue to take very seriously.”
In addition to commercial construction and management services, Whayland also offers a wide range of other services, including project consulting, permit acquisition, land and/or building acquisition, design services and assistance with financing.
The Whayland Co., has been servicing the Delmarva Peninsula for more than six decades and will celebrate its 65th anniversary next spring. To learn more about the services offered by Whayland, call 302-875-5445 or click here.