Co- Managers, Allen W. Fleming and Ellen W. Foulke are a Full-time, on-site Team with a combined tenure of 45 years of on-site experience. Both came to the Lansdale Business Center after Allen graduated University of Pennsylvania, Wharton and Ellen Sarah Lawrence College, and earned their Certifications from Schlicher Kratz School of Real Estate together.
Coincidentally, prior to taking positions at the Lansdale Business Center, each was employed in Fine Dining Food & Beverage & Hotel Operations Management, albeit for separate popular and well known and respected establishments.
From 1998 Until 2018, they also oversaw together, all aspects of successfully maintaining maximum occupancy and physical plant
operations for a 12 unit Residential Rental building in Ambler, while being consistently active locally
in the Lansdale Business Association, Chamber of Commerce for Greater Montgomery County, the Lansdale Economic Development Committee, the Lansdale Annual Christmas Tree Display and Mural Arts Programs and numerous other outreaches and initiatives via Manna on Main Street, particularly supporting awareness of Food Insecurity issues faced by animals, with their “Pets R People Too” fundraising efforts.
“All of our Customers come to the Lansdale Business Center intending to spend their time and efforts at the activity, process and passion they have identified by and for themselves, and we are no different!” says Ellen. We are perennially excited by who we will encounter next, on- site or off, and how we will help them individually, to realize their dreams for their business and their personal journeys.”
The award winning combination of experienced and dedicated full time, on-site staff, coupled with a one of a kind facility, makes the Lansdale Business Center fundamental and essential to its Customers conducting business effectively and efficiently with enviable economy, and for many, a new found peace of mind.
The Lansdale Business Center may be just blocks off of Main Street (Route 63) and minutes from the R5 Doylestown Line, but with its historic buildings and green spaces, Customers enjoy show old school craftsmanship and a small college campus feel, coupled with the conveniences of up to the minute technologies.
Since the advent of mobile devices in every pocket, it has always been the case that Customers and Guests head outside for “walk and talks”, making use of the ample available outdoor spaces. And although incorporating work, fitness and other health goals, is always essential, in the summer and fall of 2019, an opportunity was taken to rework various outdoor areas on site, establishing a continuous private walking path to make it “easier”! ?
Certain grassy areas were redefined and new walkways established. Overhanging branches were elevated to clear the way and many native species of flowers and trees were planted to enhance the already varied landscape on site. Friends and neighbors generously and enthusiastically shared and gifted by over 100 new pieces to this exciting and rewarding effort!
· In spring 2020, more fruit trees, plants and flowers, will be added to support this increasingly robust and healthy habitat, decades in the making –
Not much for walking? Take advantage of the “Outdoor Conference Room” – No walls… equipped with Wi-Fi service and benches featuring convertible workstations!
Taking a break? Why not stroll out for a cup of coffee and a chat?