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Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21- MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2011 49 ton ton, Georgetown and Lewes, /lil YJLII even up to Milford, so this was a good location to serve people Continued from page 46 within a 20-mile radius," said Brownstein. "It's an under- ates decided to branch into Sus- served area, and they really sex County, Dr. Adam Brown- needed primary care." stein chose Milton because he Other area doctors are now saw a need for family doctors, providing part-time services in "We serve patients from Mil- the Mikon Medical Park. SAVE UP TO 85% THINK PINK AT OCEAN ,RETREAT T Orthopaedic Associates of Southern Delaware now sees pa- tients at the park. Dr. ]ohn Speik- er, Dr. William Barrish and physi- cian assistant Henry Mensack all see patients a few days each week in Milton. "More than 35,000 patients are seen in the park each year," said Patterson. "That's a lot of people choosing to come into Milton. It is really becoming a fiealthcare hub in Sussex County." For more information, contact Patterson at 302-684-5151 or visit I VJ Place a business card-size ad 'in 83 Maryland, I ," f//,'' Delaware and DC newspapers for one low price! I o Over3MUlion Readers , Only $1,450 per week, cA,, MDDC PRESS SERV CE x,. www.m,,c ,ess cam ' 'L'-.~k~.~.,~,, ~ ' Frequency discounts and ad size options also available. / SOBMITTED PHOTO OCEAN RETREAT DAY SPA & HAIR STUDIO will host a day of services tc benefit Susan G. Korean "Think Pink for the Cure" Foundation on Wednesday, oct26 i / " The business will donate 50 percent of the proceeds from all services that day, excludinglaser treatments, to breast cancer awareness. A portion of the proceeds fron~ "pink" products will also be ~lonated, including from Hempz, Pureology, En~inence Organic Skincare and more. Pink hair exlensions are on sale for $10 throughout October. Think pink and make an appdintment today by calling 302-645-6868~ 6 000 SQ. FT WITH LOTS OF POTENTIAL Could be several offices/tenants/businesses. Two lo s. Most of the sq. footage is on the first floor. Second floor could De seearate office/rental etc. with seearate entrance. 2.000 sa. ft currenn: reniea. GREAT EXPOSURE ON RT. 9 NO HOA FEES! Inexpensive living in Milford. Great for 1st time buyers Ne~v carpet and appliances $99.000 1/2 ACRE CORNER LOT in area very close to Rehoboth Beach. Great 2nd or primary name. Great conaltton - move right i"' Paved artve, large storage shed. No homeowners tees! 3 aedrooms - 2 baths $185,000 OPEN FLOORPLAN n community with good access to shopping, etc. One year warranty included in price. Large rear deck shows off pnvate DaeKyard First floor living. Gas BBQ line on deck Kitchen nas sta~ntess s~ee~ aeeliances, 3 bedroom 2 1/2 batl" $279.000 DIRECT WATERFRONT home with breathtaking views of Rehoboth Bay. boat ramp across the street with ouick access to the Bay, and boat slips available for rent. 4.bedrooms. 2 bath. $60,000 APPROX. 1.5 MILES TO LEWES BEACH Off New Rd.. convenient-to shopping and easy access to Rte. One. No builder tie-in. Bring your floor plans ane get started! $149,500 Applied Bank is proud to host a new exhibit by one of Delaware's premier photographers, Kevin Fleming. See his world renowned photographs on display starting Friday, November 4th in the Applied Bank Caf6. The public is welcome to view his award winning photographs of Delaware's beach area scenes as well as his wildlife, and nature images. Autographed copies of his latest books will be ave#able.