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Ridge Flats Net-Zero Energy Community in East Falls Gets the Green Light for Construction

Ridge Flats Net-Zero Energy Community in East Falls Gets the Green Light for Construction

Onion Flats’ efforts to build Philadelphia’s first Passive House Certified and Net-Zero-Energy mixed-use community will finally come to fruition. Almost two years after the local developer was selected by the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority (PRA) to create the most innovative, energy-efficient housing development in the East Falls section of Northwest Philadelphia,…

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Liberty Property Trust, Synterra Partners to Build New Headquarters for Franklin Square

Liberty Property Trust, Synterra Partners to Build New Headquarters for Franklin Square

Franklin Square Capital Partners, an investment company specialized in creating and managing alternative investment funds, will move its offices and nearly 150 employees down south in the thriving Navy Yard Corporate Center.…

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PHL Terminal F Renovation Generates 300 New Jobs

PHL Terminal F Renovation Generates 300 New Jobs

Terminal F, one of the busiest terminals at the Philadelphia International Airport, is in the final stages of a $127 million, multi-year renovation and expansion project that aims to enhance passenger services, facilities and airline operations.…

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Radnor Property Group to Move Forward with 25-Story Mixed-Use Tower Project

Radnor Property Group to Move Forward with 25-Story Mixed-Use Tower Project

A controversial development project spearheaded by Radnor Property Group has finally received the green light for construction from the Historical Commission’s architectural committee.…

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Historic Germantown Church to Become Waldorf School’s New Home in Philadelphia

Historic Germantown Church to Become Waldorf School’s New Home in Philadelphia

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church is one of Philadelphia’s architectural jewels, but for the past eight years it has been lying vacant and blighted, with very little hope of resurrection.…

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Eakins Oval Reinterpreted as Urban Beach Area for the Summer

Eakins Oval Reinterpreted as Urban Beach Area for the Summer

Eakins Oval, one of Philadelphia’s hot spots during summers thanks to its prime location right in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, will be transformed this summer into the city’s new center of fun. An initiative of Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Fairmount Park…

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200 Philadelphia Vacant Homes to Be Auctioned Off

200 Philadelphia Vacant Homes to Be Auctioned Off

Philadelphia will soon unload around 200 of its abandoned homes and properties around the city at a public auction that will be conducted by Max Spann, one of the largest real estate auction companies in the country. The announcement was made by Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) President and CEO Kelvin…

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New Rental Units in Center City Philadelphia

New Rental Units in Center City Philadelphia

In continuing with the wave of developments in Center City Philadelphia, Radnor-based Brandywine Realty Trust has unveiled more details about one of its mixed-use projects that is slated for development in the area starting this fall.…

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Eagles to Spend $125 Million for Linc Revitalization

Eagles to Spend $125 Million for Linc Revitalization

Lincoln Financial Field, the Philadelphia Eagles’ home for ten years, is on track for a two-year long revitalization process that aims to create an improved fan experience for the South Philadelphia venue, officials announced recently.…

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160 Luxury Units Coming to Downtown Allentown

160 Luxury Units Coming to Downtown Allentown

Pennrose Properties and City Center Investment Corp. have teamed up to develop a $45 million high-end, mixed-use complex in Allentown and capitalize on the explosion of new construction driven by the city’s Neighborhood Improvement Zone (NIZ).…

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CardioNet to Relocate Headquarters to Class A Office Building in Malvern

CardioNet to Relocate Headquarters to Class A Office Building in Malvern

Here North America, LLC, formerly known as NAVTEQ, a Chicago-based provider of Geograpfic Information Systems (GIS) data and electronic navigable maps, has recently closed on a sublease transaction with CardioNet.…

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CardioNet to Relocate Headquarters to Class A Office Building in Malvern

CardioNet to Relocate Headquarters to Class A Office Building in Malvern

Here North America, LLC, formerly known as NAVTEQ, a Chicago-based provider of Geograpfic Information Systems (GIS) data and electronic navigable maps, has recently closed on a sublease transaction with CardioNet.…

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