>November 2011 antique and fine art live and Internet catalog auction at new location
CAMP HILL, Pa. – Cordier Antiques & Auctions is announcing a new plan to open an auction house at 1500 Paxton Street in the city of Harrisburg, Pa. Cordier recently signed a lease for approximately 12,000 square feet at the Paxton Street location with Paxton Street Properties, LLC. The top two floors are home to the Central Penn Business Journal.
Cordier had been in the antiques business for over 30 years when they began conducting auctions about six years ago. Cordier Auctions holds auctions with a focus on art and antiques, firearms, coins and jewelry, estates, and real estate. The Paxton Street property will house the company’s offices, auction hall and storage facility. They will continue to maintain offices in Camp Hill.
A regional auction company, Cordier Auctions conducts onsite auctions across Central Pennsylvania and has conducted auctions as far away as Buffalo, New York. Their live/internet catalog auctions of antiques, fine art and firearms attract an international customer base.
Cordier has experienced considerable growth since entering the auction business. They currently have 20 employees, including three full time licensed auctioneers and three certified appraisers. They also employ numerous specialist consultants.
David Cordier stated, “We are looking forward to moving into the new location in the city of Harrisburg. Consolidating our main operations will increase our efficiency and the proximity to Interstate 83 for client accessibility is an added bonus.”
The company plans to hold its Fall antique and fine art live and Internet catalog auction scheduled for early November 2011 at the new location.
Lease negotiations were facilitated by Art Campbell of Campbell Commercial Real Estate, Inc. representing Paxton Street Properties, LLC and Dan Alderman of The Alderman Group (NAI/CIR) representing Cordier Antiques & Auctions.
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