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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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Health Centers Industry Sees Improvement in Suburban Philadelphia

Health Centers Industry Sees Improvement in Suburban Philadelphia

A 43-acre retirement community in Doylestown is only weeks away from embarking on an extensive $11 million renovation project, PhillyBurbs.com reports.…

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New Philadelphia Family Court Building Celebrates Milestone; Old Building Becomes Hotel

New Philadelphia Family Court Building Celebrates Milestone; Old Building Becomes Hotel

Philadelphia City officials and representatives of the Tishman Construction Corporation gathered last week to attend a topping off ceremony for the new Family Court building that is under development at the northwest corner of 15th and Arch streets.…

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Realen Properties to Continue with Phase II of Edgewater Apartments

Realen Properties to Continue with Phase II of Edgewater Apartments

Construction is heating up in Center City Philadelphia as real estate developer Realen Properties of Berwyn, PA, and its finance partner Northwest Mutual Life are planning to break ground on Phase II of Edgewater Apartments, an upscale multifamily complex that was partially completed in 2006 before the economic downturn.…

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Ardmore Township OKs Dranoff Properties’ $56 Million Luxury Project

Ardmore Township OKs Dranoff Properties’ $56 Million Luxury Project

The first phase of a complex revitalization effort in Ardmore is now closer to fruition as the developer, Dranoff Properties, unveiled the project’s official name: One Ardmore Place.…

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Fishtown Neighbors Association Approves Wynn Resorts’ $925M Casino Proposal

Fishtown Neighbors Association Approves Wynn Resorts’ $925M Casino Proposal

The Fishtown Neighbors Association on April 8 voted in favor of a casino / resort development project that was pitched by representatives of Wynn Resorts Ltd., one of the six casino operators and developers who applied for a gaming license in Philadelphia.…

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Developer Plans Mixed-Use Complex on Vacant Brownfield in South Kensington

Developer Plans Mixed-Use Complex on Vacant Brownfield in South Kensington

A 2.5-acre vacant site in Philadelphia’s South Kensington that once housed the Absco Inc. steel plant could be redeveloped into an energy efficient mixed-use community. The development proposal comes from Canus Corporation, a local company that has already invested over $8 million in cleaning and decontaminating the site located at…

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Camden City to Get First Supermarket in 30 Years

Camden City to Get First Supermarket in 30 Years

A joint venture between the Ravitz Family, who owns Supermarkets of Cherry Hill, Inc., and the Goldenberg Group, headquartered in Blue Bell, PA, is set to develop the first full-service supermarket in Camden in more than three decades. The newly announced investment—which will also feature the first-ever ShopRite in the…

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