The name Pettinaro is synonymous with real estate in and around Delaware. Since 1964, Pettinaro has been transformed from Verino Pettinaro’s initial garage-based construction business to an organization which has designed, built and currently manages over five million square feet of commercial structures and residential communities.
While the organization currently has an additional two million square feet slated for future development, the depth of the company is immeasurable. It’s award winning, in-house Architecture and Construction division provides support to other departments within the organization, as well as meeting the needs of its tenants.
At present, the commercial portfolio includes retail and industrial buildings in over fifty locations in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland. Notable recent commercial projects include the Christina Crescent Building in Wilmington, Delaware, as well as London Grove Village in Avondale, Pennsylvania. Pettinaro Management, LLC works diligently to ensure the highest performance of these assets. Commercial space is likely to be available for lease in most of these properties, so click HERE to search for space that may fit your needs.
The corporate rental division, Pettinaro Relocation, LLC, simplifies the relocation process for companies or individuals who find themselves moving to the Delaware area by offering flexible term leases in luxury apartments, condominiums and town homes.
The current residential portfolio consists of approximately two thousand existing apartment homes located in Delaware, Maryland and Florida as well as new, resort-styled homes in Bethany Bay and the luxurious Pointe at Brandywine Park.
Consistently distinguishing itself as a prominent leader in the region, Pettinaro is, in effect, a one stop shop for everything from development, engineering, plan approval and construction to commercial management and leasing, new home sales and more. Pettinaro maintains an entrepreneurial spirit and is poised to continue its trend of growth for decades to come.