Radnor Starts Work on Philadelphia Apartments

Radnor Property Group has broken ground on The Hamilton, a development on the Community College of Philadelphia (CCP)’s campus. Located in the Logan Square neighborhood of Philadelphia, the property will consist of two buildings with 500 residential units. The Hamilton will be completed in two stages. Phase I, a 10-story, 290-unit building will be completed

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10-story Hamilton tower breaks ground in Logan Square

The $82 million first phase of the Hamilton, a mixed-use residential development planned for a parking lot in Logan Square, officially broke ground today at 15th and Hamilton streets at a demolition party. Developers, city officials, and the Community College of Philadelphia traded the traditional shovels and dirt for demo tools and brick to mark

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AKA University City at Cira Centre South welcomes first residents

This spring, Brandywine Realty Trust’s groundbreaking 49-story Cira Centre Southtower opened its doors to welcome residents to AKA University City – an exclusive collection of 268 luxury apartment and hotel residences situated on the top 18 floors of the 862,000 square-foot tower, a prominent new addition to the Philadelphia skyline. Here, the Philadelphia-based global brand of luxury long-stay

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22-Story, 245-Unit Mixed-Use Tower Rises to 12th Floor at 36 Park Place, Newark, N.J.

Construction is now 12 stories above street level on the 22-story, 245-unit mixed-use building at 36 Park Place, located on the corner of Center Street in downtown Newark, New Jersey. Progress on the tower, dubbed One Theater Square, can be tracked thanks to a webcam installed by the developers. The project will contain 245 rental apartments, of which 10 percent, or 24

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Mixed design review for projects in Brewerytown, Pennsport, Roxborough, South Kensington, and Logan Square

January’s Civic Design Review kicked off 2017 with a bang. During the course of the almost three-and-a-half-hour meeting, the experts on the panel tried to shame a developer into building a better apartment tower in Roxborough, board members clashed over parking politics, and PlanPhilly got a shout out. The CDR committee voted to conclude the

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