NAI Emory Hill signs lease with new thrift shop, Unfinished Business

July 31, 2013

NAI Emory Hill's Lewes office signed a lease with owners of a new community thrift shop, Unfinished Business, which opened recently on Route 1 in Rehoboth just behind Panera Bread and next to Accents.

The store provides gently used clothing, furniture and household items at greatly reduced rates. Eighty-five percent of the profits are donated to local predetermined organizations or individuals called associates that promote and cultivate equality. CAMP Rehoboth became the first associate.

In return, these associates reach out to their memberships for volunteers and donations. “Unfinished Business invests in human capital to face the challenge of being a catalyst for a positive social change in Sussex County,” according to the store's website.

Ann Bailey, CCIM, is the lead broker in NAI Emory Hill’s Lewes office, 18335 Coastal Highway, just south of Five Points, in Lewes. She represented landlord Colonial East LP in the lease transaction of 2,190 square feet of retail space at 18389 Olde Coach Drive.

For more information about NAI Emory Hill in Lewes, call 302-827-4940 or visit


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