Goldman Sachs & Co. provides the $163mm non-recourse financing Volume 29 Issue 23 – December 8 – 21, 2017
PHILADELPHIA, PA — The Goldenberg Group has begun construction on a $199 million student housing development adjacent to its signature student tower, The View at Montgomery.
Located at 12th St. and Cecil B. Moore Ave., the 470,000 s/f mixed-use facility will feature 984 beds.
The project will incorporate 30,000 s/f of ground-level retail, restaurant and commercial space and activity areas.
The project represents the second and final phase of Goldenberg’s master-planned redevelopment of the 4.6-acre site of the former John Wanamaker
High School. This phase was designed to complement The Goldenberg Group’s existing 832-bed student housing development, The View at Montgomery. [Read Full Article]
The Goldenberg Group is creating a mixed-use community that benefits Temple University students and Philadelphia residents alike.
In September, The Goldenberg Group broke ground on the final phase of its redevelopment of JohnWanamaker High School, located near Temple University in Philadelphia. At completion, the 4.6-acre property will provide more than 1,800 beds for Temple students and 40,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and commercial space in a resort-style community.
Atlanta-based Niles Bolton designed the latest phase of the off-campus housing project, located at 12th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue. The $199 million, 470,000-square-foot
phase will feature 984 beds in one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom configurations, along with 30,000 square feet of retail space. It is slated to open in time for fall 2019 occupancy.
November 15, 2017, 2:35 pm | Lower Macungie Township
Hamilton Crossings is kicking off the holiday shopping season a little early with a special event featuring food, hot chocolate, live music, giveaways — and a chance to help those less fortunate in the Lehigh Valley.
The event will run 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Hamilton Crossings’ public gathering space near Shelby Restaurant.
The Lower Macungie Township shopping center and its developers are asking visitors to bring nonperishable food — peanut butter and jelly, canned goods, rice or other items — to be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank, which serves more than 60,000 residents monthly, according to a news release.
About 450 people attended the sold-out March of Dimes Commercial & Industrial Real Estate Awards breakfast this morning at the DeSales University Center in Upper Saucon Township.
This year’s recipients are: L. Charles Marcon as Individual/Organization of the Year and Hamilton Crossings for Project of the Year.
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The developer broke ground on the second phase this week Construction has begun on a $199 million student housing development that will bring 368 “resort-style” apartments to the edge of Temple’s campus.
The project, dubbed View II, is the second and final phase of Goldenberg Group’s master plan to redevelop a 4.6-acre site at 1101 Cecil B. Moore Avenue that was formerly the John Wanamaker High School. When View II finishes construction in summer 2019, the site will include more than 1,800 beds and 40,000 square feet of retail.
Goldenberg announced the groundbreaking Wednesday afternoon. The by-right project will total 470,000 square feet and include one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments that are fully furnished, complete with flat screen TV’s. [Read Full Article]
Blue Bell-based Goldenberg Group has broken ground on a 984-bed student-housing development near the Temple University campus at 12th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue.
The $199 million project will include 30,000 square feet of ground-level retail, restaurant and commercial space opening to a plaza with seating, green space, and activity areas, Goldenberg said in a release Wednesday. [Read Full Article]
Since we last published this map of must-see murals in May, so many more amazing pieces have popped up in Philly that we can barely keep track of them all.
Many of them are part of the city’s Mural Arts program, which is the largest public arts program in the country, but there are a few extraordinary pieces by independent local artists and other art initiatives worth a visit, too. [Read Full Article]
McMichael Elementary School received a facelift yesterday on day two of renovations in preparation for the new school year. The first was on Aug. 22.
Thanks to $15,000 worth of contributions from the Goldenberg Group, a local real estate developer, the school upgraded common areas — the teachers’ lounge, indoor recess room, multipurpose room, and the courtyard. [Read Full Article]
Posted 5:02 PM, August 30, 2017 By Matt Alba Updated at 09:29 am, August 31, 2017
WEST PHILADELPHIA — Brian Wallace is the principal of the Morton McMichael School in West Philadelphia and says his school has been blessed this year to get help with some much-needed renovations. Wallace said his school was, “Well used…really run down and it needed a lot of love and attention.”
Starting last week, the Goldenberg Group, which is a Philadelphia based real estate developer, held its 6th annual school improvement project. They gathered over 200 volunteers from other businesses around the city to help make sure the school is fresh, clean and in good shape for the coming school year. [Read Full Article]