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Groundbreaking For Vue32

Project rendering

A little over a year ago, we told you about a plan for a sixteen story tower and twelve for-sale residential units at 3201 Race St., replacing a surface parking lot and some poorly maintained homes. At the time, the project had already gone through the Civic Design Review process, but it hadn’t yet gone … Read more

Developer breaks ground on $56M University City project

Project rendering

Radnor Property Group of Wayne will break ground Wednesday on Vue32, a mixed-use project on Drexel University land at 3201 Race St. in University City. The $56 million project includes a residential tower, for-sale townhouses, a preschool and a plaza area for community use. The 16-story tower, with 164 rental apartments, including junior one-bedroom, one-bedroom, … Read more

Radnor Property Group and Drexel Break Ground on Newest Mixed-Use Development: Vue32

Radnor Property Group LLC and Drexel University broke ground for a new mixed-use development project, Vue32, in University City. The new complex, designed by Erdy McHenry Architecture, will include a 176,000+ square-foot 16-story residential tower, for-sale townhomes, a Nobel Learning Communities preschool and a community plaza with spectacular views to Center City. “As our neighborhood … Read more

Channel 6 Action News – Vue32 Groundbreaking

Vue32 Groundbreaking

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.

Meeting University City needs

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