NAI Emory Hill represented two local Delaware firms in the recent relocation of their offices in New Castle County.

Epic Marketing moved from its Middletown location to its new headquarters in Odessa. NAI Emory Hill agents Lorraine Sheldon and Becky Harrington represented Epic Marketing owners Don, Nancy and Mike Dibert in the purchase of a 3,750-square-foot building at 501 Main St., Odessa. Epic Marketing is a full-service creative advertising and marketing agency providing print, digital development and design with the latest marketing solutions for the business sector.

Sheldon and Harrington also represented Colonial Electric Supply Company Inc. in leasing 8,500 square feet of showroom and warehouse space at 88 Quigley Blvd., New Castle. Colonial Electric Supply is relocating from its Maryland Avenue location, which both agents helped sell last year. Colonial Electric is a family-owned and operated electrical distributors in the mid-Atlantic region, serving Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and New York. Their new showroom will open in the spring and continue to serve the company’s customers throughout Delaware and the region. NAI Emory Hill’s Dave Morrison, CCIM, represented the landlord in the transaction.