EMU at Lancaster to relocate to new state-of-the-art building


by Eastern Mennonite University Communications and available here

EMU at Lancaster has announced it will relocate to the Listrak building (pictured above) in Lititz, Pennsylvania, in early summer 2024. (Photo courtesy of Listrak)

EMU at Lancaster has announced that the campus will relocate from its current site at the Greenfield Corporate Center in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to the Listrak building in Lititz, Pennsylvania, in early summer 2024.

The university will occupy a 15,000-square-foot space on the second floor of 100 West Millport Road in Warwick Township, which is owned and occupied by eCommerce tech company Listrak Inc. EMU at Lancaster executed a multi-year lease and plans to perform some minor upgrades to property infrastructure, IT and communications capabilities. Deepa M. Balepur, co-founding principal for Compass Real Estate, LLC. brokered the transaction.

The new location will provide state-of-the-art facilities for learning with classrooms, a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) training laboratory, designated student advisory areas, a cafeteria and coffee bar, ample parking, and outdoor space. In addition to Listrak, EMU will join current building tenants Foundry 48, an event venue, and pediatric physical therapy facility Now I Can.

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