Bradley Gillis has a sit-down discussion with Greg Bassett for the One-on-One feature on the PAC14 Channel.
DOVER, Del. — Johnny Janosik World of Furniture, the Eastern Shore’s largest furniture store, is furnishing a new shopping experience in Dover, Del. The new 60,000-square-foot store, to be located in South Dover at Route 13 in Camden, Del., will replace Janosik’s current Dover locations at 2230 and 2231 South DuPont Highway. Groundbreaking is scheduled for mid-March and grand opening … Continue reading
It once sat empty, neglected and in danger of being demolished after it was condemned by the city. “I can honestly say it was one of the ugliest buildings I’ve ever seen,” said developer Palmer Gillis who embarked with his son Brad on a $2 million redevelopment of the former Feldman’s furniture store building now named Riverview Commons. Now five-and-a-half … Continue reading
In the second video of the Devreco Founders Series, Founder Palmer Gillis and Imagineer Tom Becker discuss why it’s best to use a developer rather than try to do it yourself.
Salisbury, the most populous city on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, wants to transform its downtown to meet the growing demand for urban style development among its younger residents. The city’s master plan for the area calls for investing $640 million during the next 20 years to increase its residential and retail density. About 90 percent of the funding is expected to … Continue reading
Devreco Founder Palmer Gillis and Imagineer Tom Becker sit down to discuss the difference between a developer and a builder.
SALISBURY, MD – DECEMBER 14, 2015 – Devreco, a locally owned and operated full service development firm, announced a development deal to move Eduardo Gonzalez, an immigration and criminal attorney named Super Lawyers Rising Star, in Salisbury, Maryland into a new 1,500 square foot office space in the former Hess building at 207 West Main Street, Unit A in the downtown … Continue reading
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We successfully renovated what was 10,000 square feet of vacant space into a 100% occupied vibrant commercial property in Downtown Salisbury. The property includes Salisbury University’s first and only presence in the Downtown area.
After years of failed plans for Downtown’s Lot 1 centerpiece tract, developers at Devreco – known for such successes as Headquarters Live – are expected to have an agreement with the city in place in about a month. For decades, plans to build on the 3.5-acre parcel — bordered by Division, Camden and West Market streets, and Circle Avenue – … Continue reading