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New Headquarters for Endo Pharmaceuticals in Malvern

New Headquarters for Endo Pharmaceuticals in Malvern

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor Chadds Ford-based Endo Pharmaceuticals will relocate to a new headquarters building in Chester County. Designed by L2 Partridge, the 320,000-square-foot facility will be developed by Trammel Crow Co. for IMC Construction on Route 29 in Malvern, [...]…

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Carpenter Square Mixed-Use Project Gets the Green Light, Roxborough Project Still Pending Approval

Carpenter Square Mixed-Use Project Gets the Green Light, Roxborough Project Still Pending Approval

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor The Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority (PRA) selected an affiliate of the Goldenberg Group to build a $6.38 million mixed-use complex on a vacant property located at 1001-1035 S. 17th Street. Once the City Council approves the design [...]…

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New Headquarters for Philadelphia Media Network

New Headquarters for Philadelphia Media Network

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor The owner and publisher of Philly.com, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News has leased 125,000 square feet of office space at 801 Market Street, in a vibrant spot in Center City Philadelphia that provides workers, shoppers [...]…

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Onion Flats to Develop Net Zero Energy Mixed-Use Community in East Falls

Onion Flats to Develop Net Zero Energy Mixed-Use Community in East Falls

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor Local developer Onion Flats was chosen by the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority (PRA) to build a 128,444-square-foot mixed-use complex in East Falls. “The Ridge” is projected to be the first Passive House Certified and Net-Zero-Energy mixed-use community [...]…

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First Save-A-Lot Store Opens in Germantown

First Save-A-Lot Store Opens in Germantown

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor The Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia has welcomed another retailer that occupies 17,500 square feet of space at 5834 Pulaski Ave. Save-A-Lot opened its first store in this area on December 9, during a ribbon cutting ceremony. [...]…

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King of Prussia Mall to Add 140K SF; HUD Awards $8.5 Million to Senior Housing Project

King of Prussia Mall to Add 140K SF; HUD Awards $8.5 Million to Senior Housing Project

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor   Simon Property Group (SPG) is set to expand the retail presence at the King of Prussia Mall at 160 North Gulph Mall by adding 140,000 square feet to the shopping center’s existing layout. The newly announced [...]…

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Lardner’s Point Riverfront Park Adds to Philly’s Green Projects

Lardner’s Point Riverfront Park Adds to Philly’s Green Projects

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor In recent years, Philadelphia has become a model for its commitment to green initiatives and sustainable infrastructures. One of the city’s newest green projects is Lardner’s Point in Tacony, near the Delaware River, a decrepit site [...]…

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Philadelphia Media Network Moves to Market Street

Philadelphia Media Network Moves to Market Street

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor Philadelphia Media Network (PMN) is about to vacate its historic headquarters at Broad and Callowhill streets and move to the newly renovated Strawbridge & Clothier Department Store building located at 801 Market Street. The announcement was [...]…

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Pennsauken Mart Coming Back to Life As Residential Complex

Pennsauken Mart Coming Back to Life As Residential Complex

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor Camden County officials decided last week to change the fate of the dilapidated Pennsauken Mart site. The property, which failed to be converted into a hockey arena and convention center, will be turned into a residential [...]…

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$21M Renovation Breaks Ground On Franklin Court

$21M Renovation Breaks Ground On Franklin Court

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor A complex renovation project at Philadelphia’s Franklin Court located in the historic Old City neighborhood was announced last week by the National Park Service. Totaling $21 million, the renovations are scheduled to complete in 18 months, [...]…

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Liberty Property Trust Unrolls Plans for City Center LEED Medical Building

Liberty Property Trust Unrolls Plans for City Center LEED Medical Building

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor Malvern-based Liberty Property Trust and Parkway Corporation will develop a LEED-certified, high-rise building atop an existing parking structure at the corner of 8th and Walnut Streets. The new 153,242-square-foot facility will house Pennsylvania Medicine, which already [...]…

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Over 400 Philadelphia Housing Authority Properties at Auction

Over 400 Philadelphia Housing Authority Properties at Auction

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor The Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) announced last week that more than 400 vacant properties throughout the city will be auctioned on November 16 starting 1 p.m. at PHA’s finance office building at 1800 S. 32d St. [...]…

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