Workers broke ground on the development project at 32nd and race. It includes a 16 story apartment tower plus town homes and underground parking and a preschool and community plaza. The property is owned by Drexel University and is expected to be completely next spring. Click to view video.
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It was not, David Yeager readily acknowledged, your typical urban high-rise-apartment construction project. But Yeager, founder of Radnor Property Group in Wayne, had never partnered on a project with a church – in this case, the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral. That partnership has produced a 26-story, 276-unit glass-and-steel structure at 37th and Chestnut Streets and a … Read more
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Innovative Partnership – RADNOR PROPERTY GROUP PRESERVES THE PAST WHILE BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE. Download or Read the PDF version of this article.
Philadelphia (Wednesday, March 13, 2013) — The Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia has reached agreement with the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral and Radnor Property Group that guarantees the long-term care and preservation of the historic Cathedral building at 38th and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia. The church was built in 1855 by Samuel Sloan and then rebuilt and … Read more
RELATIONS BETWEEN Pennsylvania’s Bucknell University and its neighboring community of Lewisburg had deteriorated so significantly in 1998 that when a series of student parties in the off-campus housing district between the campus and the downtown business area got out of control, local law enforcement threatened swift and immediate action. Hundreds of students responded by blocking … Read more
The Radnor Property Group LLC of Wayne, Pa., and the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral have joined forces to construct a new $110 million, 25-story apartment tower located at 38th and Chestnut streets. The two establishments began their collaboration after the Cathedral issued a request for proposals regarding its residual land. The Cathedral was looking for a … Read more