Amtrak shortlists development teams for 30th St. Station revamp

The rail operator has named the teams involving Brandywine, Aramark, and WeWork as finalists in its search for a master developer to update the station in what's seen as a first step toward revamping its University City holdings.

German grocer Lidl to open first Pa. store next month in Ridley Twp.

The store will open at 420 McDade Blvd. on Dec. 5, the company said.

German grocer Lidl to open first Pa. store next month in Ridley Twp.

The store will open at 420 McDade Blvd. on Dec. 5, the company said.

Brandywine chief Sweeney embraces developer-statesman role, entwining company’s fate with Philly’s | Industry Icons

In Sweeney, Philadelphia may have found someone to fill the developer-statesman niche last occupied by Willard G. Rouse III, who built skyline-defining towers in the 1980s and 1990s while collaborating on convention center and concert hall projects to advance the city's cultural and economic clout.

Brandywine chief Sweeney embraces developer-statesman role, entwining company’s fate with Philly’s | Industry Icons

In Sweeney, Philadelphia may have found someone to fill the developer-statesman niche last occupied by Willard G. Rouse III, who built skyline-defining towers in the 1980s and 1990s while collaborating on convention center and concert hall projects to advance the city's cultural and economic clout.

South Kensington project planned with slain developer Sean Schellenger hits the market, sans coworking

Property investor Sean Frankel, who planned to build the project with Schellenger, said he is selling the property because of issues involving its financing after the partner's death.

South Kensington project planned with slain developer Sean Schellenger hits the market, sans coworking

Property investor Sean Frankel, who planned to build the project with Schellenger, said he is selling the property because of issues involving its financing after the partner's death.
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Philly loses out on Amazon HQ2 bid that could have netted e-tailer $5.5B in city, state aid

Amazon.com Inc. announced Tuesday that the new office complexes would be located in Arlington County, Va., and in the New York's Long Island City neighborhood in Queens.

Liberty sells four Malvern office buildings for $173M

So far this year, Liberty has taken in $742.4 million from the sale of office buildings,

In shift, Amazon now planning to divide ‘HQ2’ plans between two sites, report says

The recent spate of news on reported talks likely indicates that Amazon is in the late stages of choosing a site for the campus, which it has said it would do before the end of this year.

Amid reported Amazon HQ2 talks for Northern Va. site, Philly not counting itself out of the running

Northern Virginia and Philadelphia are among the 20 locations that remain under consideration by the Seattle company for the planned second headquarters.

‘Speculative’ distribution hub for e-commerce businesses underway in Northeast Philly

The project is said to be the first modern, e-commerce-serving distribution hub — or "logistics center" — to be built in the city as a so-called speculative development.

Photo studio and event space planned in emerging Philly business enclave

The space is being leased by partners in a commercial photography business with clients that have included IKEA and Urban Outfitters

Cartoon Network to open animation-themed hotel in Lancaster

The hotel will feature animation from Cartoon Network shows like The Powerpuff Girls, Adventure Time, and We Bare Bears

Activist investor urges Liberty Property Trust to consider selling itself, report says

Investor Land and Buildings has reportedly urged the Wayne-based real estate trust to consider a "range of strategic options including a full sale."

Penn Medicine pays $16M for Elwyn care center site in University City expansion

The medical network plans to move some operations to the site from the nearby Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.

Liberty Property Trust to shed Philly, Camden office properties to focus on warehouses

Liberty Property Trust intends to sell off all of its remaining office holdings to focus on its increasingly profitable business as an industrial landlord.

As solemn memorial to Holocaust opens on Parkway, a family and business bond is cemented

In return for a $2 million gift, the plaza will be named for donor Alan Horwitz of Campus Apartments and the camp survivor who was like a father to him.

East Market developer to demo art deco parking garage, as project enters new phase

The building is part of a large property bounded by Market and Chestnut Streets, between 11th and 12th Streets, that is controlled by National Real Estate Development.

AmeriHealth Caritas moving airport-area HQ to site in suburbs, for easier commutes

The move serves as a counterpoint to the widely accepted premise that companies' top priority these days is to locate where they can find the highest concentration of young, educated workers.

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