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$42.5 Million Community Center Brings Healthcare Services, Literacy and Recreation Under One Roof

$42.5 Million Community Center Brings Healthcare Services, Literacy and Recreation Under One Roof

Starting 2016, Philadelphia will have a new community health and literacy center located on a full city block at the intersection of Broad and Morris Streets.…

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Franklin Mills Mall Changes Name to Philadelphia Mills, Starts Year-Long Renovations

Franklin Mills Mall Changes Name to Philadelphia Mills, Starts Year-Long Renovations

Franklin Mills, Greater Philadelphia’s largest retail detsination after King of Prussia, is getting a facelift and a new name as part of a multimillion dollar renovation, the mall’s owner announced recently.…

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Drexel Launches RFP for Revolutionary Innovation Neighborhood in University City

Drexel Launches RFP for Revolutionary Innovation Neighborhood in University City

As city authorities across the country try to boost business investment and encourage companies to relocate or consolidate their local footprint, a new economic development concept is taking shape. It’s called “innovation district” and it promotes the exact opposite idea of the Silicon Valley office park model: instead of having…

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Burlington City Waterfront Revitalization to Start with 183-Unit Residential Community

Burlington City Waterfront Revitalization to Start with 183-Unit Residential Community

Burlington City’s bleak waterfront is set for a major transformation as the Common Council recently unveiled plans for a new residential development near the Delaware River in the city’s historic district.…

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Keystone Unveils Updated Plans for $200 Million Mixed-Use Project in Conshohocken

Keystone Unveils Updated Plans for $200 Million Mixed-Use Project in Conshohocken

The $200 million mixed-use project that Keystone Property Group is looking to build in Conshohocken is moving forward as the developer recently presented updated details for the mega-development and announced that architecture and consulting firm Gensler will lead the planning and design of the project.…

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Revel owners fought to shut down early, and what to do about new A.C. eyesores

Revel owners fought to shut down early, and what to do about new A.C. eyesores

f the owners of the Revel Casino Hotel had it their way, they would have closed the facility on Monday. …

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Construction Starts at Panda Power Funds’ Second 829-MW Power Plant in Pennsylvania

Construction Starts at Panda Power Funds’ Second 829-MW Power Plant in Pennsylvania

Local and state officials last week joined Dallas-based private equity firm Panda Power Funds and representatives of Gemma Power Systems and Siemens Energy, Inc. to celebrate the official start of construction at the 829-megawatt Patriot Generating Station located near Williamsport, the largest city in Lycoming County.…

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Brandywine Shopping Center in Glen Mills to Include 140,000 Sq. Ft. Wegmans Store

Brandywine Shopping Center in Glen Mills to Include 140,000 Sq. Ft. Wegmans Store

The recent sale of a large parcel of land on Route 202 and the Route 1 loop and southwest of the intersection of Routes 1 and 202 in Glen Mills, Pa. unveiled Wegmans’ big plans for Delaware County.…

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PREIT, Macerich $107 Million Investment to Redevelop The Gallery

PREIT, Macerich $107 Million Investment to Redevelop The Gallery

The Gallery at Market East, one of Philadelphia’s largest urban malls that is located in the heart of the city, is about to get a major makeover. Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT), which owns the 1.4 million-square-foot property, announced this week a joint venture with Macerich to revamp the…

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SugarHouse Casino Kicks Off $164 Million Expansion Project

SugarHouse Casino Kicks Off $164 Million Expansion Project

Almost four years after it celebrated its grand opening, the first casino to operate in Philadelphia broke ground on a long-planned $164 million expansion project that is expected to generate hundreds of new jobs and millions in economic benefits for the city.…

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vXchnge to Open New Data Center at 1500 Spring Garden Street

vXchnge to Open New Data Center at 1500 Spring Garden Street

With Philadelphia being one of the densest cities in the US according to official data, the demand for data centers and interconnection services is on the rise as well. As a result, many data center-oriented companies are choosing Philadelphia in an attempt to meet the growing demand of for colocation…

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94-Unit Residential Building to Rise on Empty Lot at 810 Arch Street

94-Unit Residential Building to Rise on Empty Lot at 810 Arch Street

With the grand opening of the JBJ Soul Homes not too far in the past, a new affordable housing complex backed by Project H.O.M.E. is set to break ground this September.…

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