Category Archives: Commercial Real Estate

Update on the Proposed Redevelopment of Lower Fayette Street Between West Elm Street and West First Avenue

August 14, 2014

Yesterday we had the opportunity to meet with Keystone Property Group’s (KPG) President and CEO Bill Glazer. KPG is behind the proposal to redevelop the area between West Elm Street and West 1st Avenue, which is referred to overall as One Conshohocken. As originally proposed last August, the plan was for a hotel, a new office building to replace a […]

Conshohocken Bakery’s Zoning Hearing Will Be On September 4th

August 14, 2014

As we reported previously, the Conshohocken Bakery is expanding its retail operation and is seeking approval to open a storefront at 603 Spring Mill Avenue The property is currently a home that is adjacent to the bakery property. The zoning hearing will be held on Thursday, September 4th at 7:30 p.m. at the Fellowship House. Below is the request being […]

PREIT and Korman Communities Propose Ave, an Extended Stay Community, at Plymouth Meeting Mall

August 5, 2014

Yesterday we shared with you details from a story from the Times Herald that offered details on an apartment community proposed for the space currently occupied by the former headquarters of IKEA (the empty office building next to the move theater) in the Plymouth Meeting Mall complex. Also mentioned was the possibility for a hotel or office building on adjacent […]

A Lot of Development Taking Place in Plymouth Township

August 4, 2014

If you haven’t driven on Plymouth Road, between Butler Pike and Germantown Pike, recently, it looks very different than just a year ago. The above photo is of an under construction apartment community that is called PARC. PARC is a partnership between Brandywine Realty Trust and Toll Brothers. When completed the community will have almost 400 apartments, 11,000 square foot […]

New Owner Proposes to Rehab 1008 Fayette Street

August 1, 2014

The old home at 1008 Fayette Street, that has housed a dentist office for the past 30 years, has been purchased. The new owner plans to make a presentation to Conshohcoken’s Borough Council and present a proposed rehab of the building, to include: A new parking lot with seven or eight off street spaces New curbing and sidewalks in the rear. […]