New office, retail and residential buildings with thousands of apartments are in the works across the region despite the pandemic.
Commercial Real Estate
The Southside neighborhood saw more action and investment this year than just about any in the region.
The planned park and museum would encompass the African American Burial Ground and Devil’s Half Acre sites, which straddle Broad Street.
Referred to as “Upper Magnolia,” the land is north of Magnolia Green and near other fast-growing developments such as Foxcreek, Hallsley and Cosby Village.
The last episode of the year of our Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tours takes you to Westhampton Commons, where Thalhimer and Bon Secours are redeveloping the old Westhampton School site at the corner of Libbie and Patterson avenues.
The new dessert shop at 2733 McRae Road will be nearly four times the size of its Ridge Road space and allow for a bigger menu.
The Chester-based hotelier, which owns more than 60 hotels mostly around the mid-Atlantic, fell behind on loan payments due to the pandemic.
The space at 7 W. Broad St. has several concepts in play such as screen printing and graphic design but is primarily focused on fashion.
Main Street Homes wants to fill 20 acres along Hull Street with 122,500 square feet of commercial space to support hundreds of multifamily units.
A five-story, mixed-use building featuring 350 apartments and ground-floor retail space is planned for 2.4 acres at 1601 Roseneath Road.