Posts Categorized: Philly retail space

Post Brothers Underway on 1,144-Unit Multifamily Project in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA — Locally based multifamily developer Post Brothers is underway on construction of Piazza Terminal, a three-building, 1,144-unit multifamily project in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia. The transit-oriented development, which is slated for completion in December 2022, will also include retail and open green space. Piazza Terminal will offer amenities such as a fitness… Read more »

Suburban Philadelphia Shopping Center Portfolio Set to Trade for Roughly $115M

An international real estate investment firm that’s based in Cyprus and trades on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, is ramping up its Philadelphia-area presence and is poised to buy six grocery-anchored shopping centers for an estimated $115 million, according to sources familiar with the transaction. The company has under agreement properties put up for sale last… Read more »

Philly Retail Space for Lease in the Italian Market Neighborhood

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services, now has available Philly retail space for lease at 925-927 South Ninth Street Philadelphia PA. This well-located Philly retail space has 2,388 square feet available at 925-927 South Ninth Street Philadelphia PA. This Philly… Read more »

Giant Opening Two-Level, Flagship Supermarket in Logan Square in March

The Giant Company’s ongoing expansion into Philadelphia will make its biggest leap yet next month with the debut of a flagship, two-level market in Logan Square. The project, announced last year, is the centerpiece of the new Riverwalk mixed-used development. The 65,000-square-foot store will be located in a 25-story residential building at 60 N. 23rd… Read more »

Giant’s Flagship Center City Store Sets March Opening, Hiring 220

In Philadelphia, several new developments including South Quarter Crossing, Sharswood Ridge at 2000 Ridge Ave., and a proposed development at 1100 Wharton St. will be anchored by grocery stores. They will join 1300 Fairmount, where an Aldi opened last year, and Rodin Square where Whole Foods has a location. Among the pioneers in this regard is… Read more »