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Six Massive Suburban Developments

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    Six Massive Suburban Developments

    In the greater Philadelphia's boom, the suburbs aren't being left behind. Ahead of our Future of the 'Burbs event on Jan. 28 at 502 W Germantown Pike in Plymouth Meeting we're highlighting six major suburban developments recently finished or in the works.

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    1. 9 Presidential Blvd (office)

    Six Massive Suburban Developments

    Developer: Brandywine Realty Trust

    Place: Bala Cynwyd

    Size: 180k SF

    Suburban Sizzle Factor: Class-A vacancy in Bala Cynwyd is only 7.6% (Colliers data), so the demand's there for new space.

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    2. 400 W Elm St (office)

    Six Massive Suburban Developments

    Developer: Equus Capital Partners

    Place: Conshohocken

    Size: 340k SF

    Suburban Sizzle Factor: About 1M SF of development's been approved in Conshohocken; once a steel town, it's now evolving into an office hub.

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    3. 700 and 800 Uline Way (industrial)

    Six Massive Suburban Developments

    Developer: Liberty Property Trust

    Area: Lehigh Valley

    Size: 1.7M SF

    Suburban Sizzle Factor: The Lehigh Valley's primed for distribution space because of the surge in e-commerce; this particular example is 100% leased by packing making Uline before completion (pictured: another Uline-occupied facility).


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    4. Camden Waterfront (mixed-use)

    Six Massive Suburban Developments

    Developer: Liberty Property Trust

    Place: Camden

    Size: 16 acres

    Suburban Sizzle Factor: Only technically the suburbs, but the proposed life/work/play redevelopment plan would be the largest private sector investment ever in the City of Camden.

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    5. King of Prussia Town Center (retail)

    Six Massive Suburban Developments

    Developer: JBGR Retail

    Place: King of Prussia

    Size: 20 acres

    Suburban Sizzle Factor: Part of a larger master plan, the new retail space will open with several major retail anchors.

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    6. Sora West (mixed-use)

    Six Massive Suburban Developments

    Developer: Keystone Property Group

    Area: Conshohocken

    Size: 500k SF office, plus other space

    Suburban Sizzle Factor: Includes a major public green space component, around which office, hotel, retail and parking anchors are located.

    Join us for our Bisnow Future of the 'Burbs event on Jan. 28 starting at 7:30am at 502 W Germantown Pike in Plymouth Meeting. Sign up here.