If a local developer gets clearance to do so, he is poised to turn a piece of commercial real estate property into a complex that will define the area at Eighth and Market Streets in Philadelphia.
Lower Nazareth Township will finally gain possession of a piece of property and its office and warehouse space, which officials plan to use to house a new municipal center. The resolution comes on the heels of a lengthy legal process for the commercial real estate, pitting the township against the former owners of the land and facilities.
An out-of-state real estate developer is in need of more time before moving ahead on the development of a $26 million office complex set to go in on Pittsburgh's North Shore. The property is set to be nestled between PNC Park and Heinz Field, both of which are professional sports stadiums. Officials for the company said they are simply waiting to finalize a lease with one major tenant before moving forward with the commercial real estate project. In order to rustle up financing for the project, the company needs a large, primary tenant, which is presumably what they are in the process of nailing down.
When a donut franchise owner wanted to move in to a Pennsylvania town and found a location that met with town approval, it seemed like a done deal for the new donut shop.
A Pennsylvania logistics company will move into a large warehouse still under construction in an up-and-coming business park.
A Pennsylvania zoning board will hear testimony in a real estate dispute with a man who claims officials have tagged his property with the incorrect zoning.
The acquisition of a piece of commercial property in Philadelphia's Center City area, when finalized, will help to lead to redevelopment of a key downtown corridor.
A Pennsylvania health insurance company is amassing commercial real estate property in the western part of the state, trying to acquire enough lands to open facilities to serve its new $1 billion health-care system, according to reports.
The plan to develop a 58-acre plot of commercial real estate in Lower Nazareth, Pennsylvania, north of Philadelphia, has received its first approval from the local board of supervisors.
Officials in Lansdale Borough, Pennsylvania, are mulling the property acquisition of a cemetery.