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Best Buy to Open at The Goldenberg Group’s Lancaster & NE Philadelphia Shopping Centers

November 9-22, 2018

With the addition of Best Buy, both Red Rose Commons and Whitman Square are fully leased.

Lancaster County, PA – The Goldenberg Group has signed leases with Best Buy at two of its shopping center locations: Red Rose Commons in Lancaster County and at Whitman Square in Northeast Philadelphia. With the addition of Best Buy. both centers are now fully leased with engaging retail mix tailored to suit the area’s demographics.

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FOOD AND FUN: Canned Good Donation Festivals Launches it’s Inaugural Event Today in Allentown


By Dominic Barone
Friday, September 21, 2018

The Second Harvest Food Bank of NEPA provides mass amounts of food to local food pantries for them to distribute. They help Shepherd House in Lehighton with donations.

The Can Jam Festival at the Hamilton Crossings Shopping Center in Allentown just launched today, and there’s a lot of fun for the kids and adults. The goal is to help Second Harvest collect canned goods by providing families with free food, prize wheels, back massages, and more as well as a signature drink at The Shelby.

The festival will be going from 10am to 4pm September 22nd featuring live music, karaoke, and open mic. Make sure to bring canned food donations!

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Dress Down Day supports Philly schools and community


September 14, 2018

It’s officially Dress Down Day! So many people across the city are wearing their Dress Down Philly t-shirts! Fox 29 was at Anderson Elementary School this morning with their Principal, Donna Frisby-Greenwood from the FUND for the School District of Philadelphia, and The Goldenberg Group’s Ellen Lissy Rosenberg. This brilliant initiative not only raised $30,000 for schools across the city, but it ignited a conversation, giving this particular school a platform to ask folks to support their individual needs while the FUND provides, and will continue to provide, the vehicle for businesses and individuals to do so.

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21 Ways to Help Philly Schools


By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy
August 27, 2018

Philly schools start today. Do your part to make it the best year for students ever.

If you’re a parent of a Philadelphia school student, you’re probably reading this in the aftermath of the first day scramble. Hope it went well. If you’re not, well, congratulations on your bonus week of summer. But don’t get too comfy: Philly students need you.

We are in many ways on the upswing here, education-wise. That means we have a chance to really make a difference in learning and success for the thousands of young people who went back to school today or will in the coming days. You don’t need to be a teacher, or a parent, to affect the lives of Philly students. You just need to care about your city.

Here are some ideas to get you started…

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The Goldenberg Group Tops Off $199 Million Student Housing Development Near Temple University


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[DATE], 2018

View II, designed by Niles Bolton Associates, will open in 2019 near Temple University in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia — The Goldenberg Group has topped off View II, a $199 million student housing development located near Temple University in Philadelphia.

Construction on the project began last fall. The 471,000-square-foot property will feature 984 beds within one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom units. Community amenities will include a 24-hour concierge; a coffee bar; fitness center with rooms for fitness on-demand, yoga and spin; an outdoor rooftop terrace; a social activities area; a business center; study and conference areas; a package locker system; sky lounge; indoor bicycle storage and on-site resident parking, including dedicated car sharing spaces and electric charging spaces.

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View II at Temple University reaches milestone


By Natalie Kostelni
Wednesday, Aug 14, 2018

A topping off was marked for View II, a $199 million student housing development at Temple University in Philadelphia.

Goldenberg Group began work on the project last fall and it is expected to be completed by next summer.

The development involves two buildings totaling 471,000 square feet that will have a total of 984 beds in 368 units. One building will stand 18 stories and the second is 12 stories. View II will also have 20,000 square feet of ground floor retail, a restaurant and commercial space.

The project is rising at 12th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue on the site of the former John Wanamaker High School, which Goldenberg Group of Blue Bell bought in 2008 for $10.75 million. It is part of a two-phased master planned student housing community that the developer had envisioned on the parcel.

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Philly Free Streets: 42 photos from the car-free party on North Broad


By Danya Henninger
Sunday, August 12, 2018

Biking, walking, rollerblading, skateboarding, dancing, painting, playing and singing filled the thoroughfare.

The third annual Philly Free Streets is in the books as a big success.

North Broad Street was closed to car traffic on Saturday, Aug. 11, from City Hall up to Erie Avenue, and was filled instead with Philadelphians of all ages, from all parts of the city.

People strolled lazily, jogged briskly, held signs of protest, glided by on roller skates, whizzed through via bicycle and even came together for choreographed dances — but no matter what mode of transport they used, everyone shared the road.

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50 Tons Of Sand Land In North Philly For The Pop-Up Beach On North Broad


By Kelly Bucci
Friday, August 10, 2018

Skip the Jersey shore and head to this 1,500-square-foot man-made beach on North Broad Street instead for two weekends in August…

Enjoy relaxing on a sandy beach without the two-hour drive to the shore at The Beach on North Broad, a pop-up attraction that transforms the front lawn of Leon H. Sullivan Human Services Center into a 1,500-square-foot beach.

The pop-up paradise, located on North Broad and Master streets, is free to visit and open to the public for two weekends in August, debuting during Philly Free Streets on Saturday.

Community development non-profit the North Broad Renaissance partnered with real estate development company The Goldenberg Group to create this summer installation that’s fun for all ages.

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