Landmark Architectural Design

  • Former Broad Street Armory Building Demolished, Replaced by Apartments

    The 127-year-old Broad Street Armory building, one of Philadelphia oldest constructions, is almost history. Less than one month after a crane started tearing down the long-vacant crumbling building located at 1221 South Broad Street in Passyunk Square, the Zoning Board of Adjustment approved a zoning variance to developer Michael Carosella’s plans to replace the property with a new, modern structure that will include 50 apartments.

    Philadelphia 19 September 2013 15:48

You May Also Like

  • What the Inverted Yield Curve Means for CRE

    Recession fears loom with investors piling into long-term government bonds, but the implications for commercial property are a mixed bag.

    16 August 2019 15:05
  • Phoenix Office Building Commands $48M

    Mainstreet Capital will provide property management services for the four-building complex. Cushman & Wakefield, which brokered the sale, will retain the leasing.

    17 June 2019 13:28
  • Only Ripples Likely From Next CMBS Maturity Wave

    A new Morningstar report indicates that relative to the last big surge of maturities, between 2015 and 2017, the upcoming one will see a higher rate of on-time payoffs.

    13 May 2019 12:07
  • Ashford to Pay $275M for Hotel Management Platform

    The Dallas-based company has agreed to purchase the platform from Remington. The business provides services for two Ashford-advised REITs and oversees nearly 90 hospitality properties.

    05 June 2019 13:30
  • Bay Area Project Lands $515M in Financing

    The U.S. arm of China's Genzon Investment Group is developing the more than 800,000-square-foot office campus in Burlingame, Calif., which will be occupied by Facebook’s virtual reality firm Oculus. A Cushman & Wakefield team secured the financing package.

    24 April 2019 12:17