Coldwell Banker Innovations, the leading independently owned Coldwell Banker brokerage in the state of Maryland with offices in Hagerstown and Frederick, is proud to announce the grand opening of their first Pennsylvania branch office on Thursday, Sept. 25th.
Located at 35 East Baltimore Street in Greencastle, PA, CBI’s newest office breaks from the traditional expectations of past real estate offices. Local residents and visitors will be able to browse properties from the sidewalk via the latest technologically advanced touch screen monitor. “We understand that homebuyers like to browse without feeling any pressure, that’s why we worked hard to create this great new tool that allows our customers easy access to properties even when the office is closed,” said Brian Flook, co-owner.
Additionally, the interior of the office was designed to look and feel like a relaxing home rather than a traditional real estate office. Cheryl Bowman, owner of DesignMyPlace.com, crafted various environments resulting in luxurious rooms allowing agents and clients to discuss transactions in comfort and privacy. A traditional conference room is also available as well as an open gathering area for more relaxed conversations. Click here to see photos on our Facebook Page >>
Clarence Horst, Broker/Co-owner of Coldwell Banker Innovations:
“We’re rolling out a unique, contemporary style of office and are thrilled to have chosen Greencastle to be the first of it’s kind. We have always believed in giving our clients and agents more than they expect, and we’re very excited about everything our newest office has to offer our agents, and their homebuyers and sellers. We selected Greencastle for this new business model based on the area’s growing housing market and the wealth of talented agents eager to serve the community.”
The public is invited to attend the Grand Opening scheduled for noon, Thursday, September 25th. A light lunch will be provided by local Greencastle eatery Pure and Simple Cafe to be followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony featuring owners Clarence Horst, Brian Flook and other Coldwell Banker leadership team members.