Brasler Properties delivers multi-tenant industrial space and transforms unproductive Brownfield sites into competitive Build To Suit opportunities close to public transport and attractive labor markets.

As a third generation family owned small service-intensive organization managing long-term assets, Brasler's mission is for tenant's needs to be met immediately, efficiently and economically. The broader environmental benefits of redeveloping industrial properties for future re-use, in many instances surpass the popularly recognized LEED, ‘Green Building’ Standards.

In Australia, Brasler operates in coordination with Highgate Management on multidiscipline property repositioning to highest and best use. More on Highgate Management.


  • 3 projects ready for construction in the Lehigh Valley West Industrial market
  • Berks 61( BTS - 19 Acres - 280,000SF LERTA approved for 2018 construction, Muhlenberg Township, Berks County
  • Berks 222( BTS - 25 Acres - Building A 50,000 to 160,160SF Land Development Approved, NPDES Storm-water Permitted - 2018 Construction, Muhlenberg Township, Berks County
  • Berks 222( BTS - 27 Acres - Building B 60,000 to 167,440SF Land Development Approved, NPDES Storm-water Permitted - 2018 Construction, Muhlenberg Township, Berks County


  • North East Industrial Real Estate Summit - Newark New Jersey - Chris Brasler, invited speaker Pennsylvania Land Development, Industrial market and Economic Development commentary
  • 325 Salem Church Road, York PA 785,400SF Target Stores Distribution Center - SOLD.(in partnership with Endurance Real Estate Group)


  • Hotel Rock Lititz - alongside: Amerimar Realty Company
  • Cherry Hill - 656,000SF Portfolio - alongside: Endurance Realty Group

In 1999, Brasler identified Central and Eastern Pennsylvania as under-appreciated areas of consistent growth and industrial investment potential and initiated several Industrial rehab projects. Past activities included the acquisition, lease up and disposition of a 200,000 square foot Richardson Drive facility in Lancaster and the former Caterpillar 1,500,000+ square foot 'Butterfly Project' transformation into the York Business Center.(see YBC Success Story to understand this world class redevelopment better)

As part of its ongoing commitment to the community, Brasler, since 1982 continues to provide The Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis Education (AAYTE) organization pro bono work. Throughout the past decade Brasler oversaw the site selection and construction of the new $12 Million, 80,000 Square Foot AAYTE Center, as well as the disposition of the former 32,000 Square Foot site in the Manayunk section of Philadelphia. Currently, 8,500 children participate in AAYTE's tennis and scholastic programs.

"Bob Brasler, Artis Ore and the AAYTC kids at the completion of the new tennis center" - September, 2006