N.J. task force report slams George Norcross’ testimony on tax credit awards

Investigators outlined more evidence of flaws in the state's multi-billion-dollar tax incentive programs for businesses.

N.J. task force report slams George Norcross’ testimony on tax credit awards

Investigators outlined more evidence of flaws in the state's multi-billion-dollar tax incentive programs for businesses.

Real estate giant CBRE to open first Northeast U.S. location of coworking spinoff in Philly

CBRE began rolling out its Hana-branded spaces nearly a year ago as a way to partner on flexible-space ventures with landlords who are looking to claim for themselves a bigger piece of shared-office market.

Real estate giant CBRE to open first Northeast U.S. location of coworking spinoff in Philly

CBRE began rolling out its Hana-branded spaces nearly a year ago as a way to partner on flexible-space ventures with landlords who are looking to claim for themselves a bigger piece of shared-office market.

Delaware River waterfront project will break ground on 25-story tower in 2021

Durst closed on the property last week, about a year after it was selected to purchase the 1.6 acre site known as the Vine Street Lot.

Delaware River waterfront project will break ground on 25-story tower in 2021

Durst closed on the property last week, about a year after it was selected to purchase the 1.6 acre site known as the Vine Street Lot.
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Giant Food Stores market to anchor Blatstein project at Broad and Washington in S. Philly: Report

Blatstein told the Philadelphia Business Journal that the grocery store would be built as part of a first phase of the project comprising 80,000 square feet of retail.

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia considers adding beds to new inpatient hospital in King of Prussia

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, planning to bring first inpatient facility to King of Prussia, expects high demand. It may increase beds from 52 to 108.

For sale: 1,300 acres in South Philly. Next 7 days could decide the fate of bankrupt refinery.

The 1,300-acre property, which is larger than all of Center City, could be sold to one buyer, or broken up into pieces and sold to several buyers.

Once ‘sleepy’ King of Prussia is booming with development

King of Prussia had been in a development slump since the late 1990s, further trampled by the Great Recession, and struggling to rebuild. In the near-decade since, a nonprofit has focused on turning the area around. And it's worked: Commercial and residential real estate prices are rising.

West Philly’s historic main street seeks a 21st-century identity

Will gentrification transform one of Philadelphia's historic African American commercial centers?

How a South Jersey political boss got 10 acres on the Camden waterfront

A Camden parking lot was worth $2.3 million. George Norcross and partners got it for $350,000.

Goldenberg Group buys out partners at 1213 Walnut apartment tower in Philly

Goldenberg paid $136.5 million for what was effectively a 90 percent stake in the 26-story, 322-unit high rise.

Owner of Grand Central Terminal in NYC becomes Macy’s new landlord at historic Wanamaker Building

The company, a major property holder in New York, closed on the 435,000-square-foot, three-story retail portion of the property earlier this month.

Online brands to find brick-and-mortar home at Center City’s former Gallery mall

Anchor Shops and similar ventures are the latest step in the evolving relationship between web-based brands and shopping-mall owners, as e-commerce continues to reshape the retail industry.

Live Nation ‘bullied’ church, pocketed Met landlord’s share of cash from Madonna, Sting shows, lawsuit says

The suit, which could add to the company’s legal woes, lays bare apparently long-simmering tensions between the promoter and its landlord at the concert venue.

Post Bros. development group buys stake in sequel to Northern Liberties’ Piazza complex from Bart Blatstein

The deal all but completes Bart Blatstein's withdrawal from a neighborhood with which he has long been identified.

Liberty Property Trust will lay off 94 as it closes its headquarters in Wayne

The notice “covers effectively" the company’s entire staff at the 650 E. Swedesford Rd. offices, a spokesperson said.

A Chester County town traded a new road for approval of a Giant supermarket. A family grocer is fighting back.

Developers wanted to bring a supermarket to East Brandywine, which has just one grocery store. The proposal set off an intense legal battle involving eminent domain that will soon enter its 10th year.

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