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Brandywine may sell post office building, CEO says

Thursday, October 22, 2015, 2:30 PM
Brandywine Realty Trust could sell the former 30th Street Main Post Office building, which now houses the Internal Revenue Service's local staff, chief executive Jerry Sweeney said Thursday in a conference call. Read more here. Read more

Post Brothers buys University City apartment building

Thursday, October 22, 2015, 2:22 PM
Post Brothers has acquired Garden Court Plaza the 13-story Garden Court Plaza apartment building in University City, the Philadelphia-based real estate company said in a statment on Thursday. The acquisition of the 146-unit building at 4701 Pine St. Read more

Rumor sparks interest in 500 Walnut penthouse

Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 4:12 PM
The report on March 24 that Beyonce and Jay Z were buying the penthouse at 500 Walnut proved, of course, the stuff of which unfounded rumors are made, yet developer Tom Scannapieco said the unexpected publicity brought a number of prospects to the sales office for a look. There was an uptick in interest... Read more

One Riverside groundbreaking June 17

Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 3:56 PM
Developer Carl Dranoff has rescheduled the official groundbreaking for One Riverside, his high-rise condo project at 25th and Locust Streets, for June 17. The original date for the ceremony was May 13, but Dranoff said he postponed the event out of respect for those killed and injured in the Amtrak... Read more

Linden Hill is back on the market

Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 3:50 PM
The listing agent is correctly calling it a “re-launch,” but Linden Hill, the Gladwyne estate once owned by Campbell Soup heir John T. Dorrance Jr., is still for sale two years after first appearing on the market. The secluded, 50-plus-acre property at 1543 Monk Rd., with its 14,000-square-foot... Read more

Dranoff: Mid-June for groundbreaking

Friday, May 15, 2015, 10:25 AM
Developer Carl Dranoff, who postponed Wednesday's One Riverside groundbreaking event out of respect for those killed and injured in Tuesday's Amtrak derailment, says it will likely be rescheduled for mid-June, "depending on the availability of Mayor Nutter" and others. Meanwhile, Dranoff says heavy... Read more
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