M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — March 27 - April 9, 2020 — The Best of 2019 — 17C The BEST DEVELOPERS TOP PROJECT of 2019 JMF Properties Quin Sleepy Hollow Plainfield, NJ MRA Group Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing at Spring House Innovation Park RD Management Waterview Marketplace Parsippany, NJ
Size: 146,792 SF The goal for Waterview Marketplace in Parsippany, NJ was to create a lifestyle destination that appeals to the area’s residents and employees. Developed by RD Management in partnership with JMF Proper - ties and RIPCO Real Estate, the brand-new, 146,792 SF shopping center is now the community’s premier one-stop location for everyday necessities. It’s situ - ated in Morris County within a high-density and high-income trade area bordered by Mountain Lakes, and offers convenient access to major highways. An - chored by a 47,558 SF Whole Foods Market, Wa - terview Marketplace has an impressive tenant roster including Homesense, DSW, Old Navy, Ulta Beauty, The Paper Store, Orangetheory and Shake Shack. Quin Sleepy Hollow is the first NYC-style luxury rental community to open in an emerging transit vil - lage in Plainfield, near the Netherwood train station. The neighborhood will soon be home to more suc - cessful developments now that JMF Properties has led the way with Quin Sleepy Hollow and highlight - ed the area’s economic potential. The community opened in September and by the end of the calendar year, the first phase was more than 50 percent leased. Residents enjoy a combination of high-style urban luxury and suburban charm, with access to 10,000+ SF of indoor and outdoor amenities. The GENERAL CONTRACTORS /BUILDERS FAVORITE PROJECT of 2019 Location: Lower Gwynedd, Pennsylvania Size: 25,000 SF Brokers: Patrick Kelley, Broker for Jefferson Thomas Jef - ferson University selected Spring House Innovation Park, an MRAGroup development, to become the home for its Jeffer - son Institute for Bioprocessing (JIB), a training and educa - tion facility designed to prepare 2,500 people per year in the mid-Atlantic’s burgeoning life sciences sector. The highly regarded 25,000 SF facility was developed in partnership with and modeled after the National Institute for Biopro - cessing Research and Training (NIBRT) in Dublin, Ireland. JIB is the ONLY facility in the United States combining GE FlexFactory Single-Use reactors and utilizing the NIBRT curriculum, considered the gold standard for biopharmaceu - tical manufacturing education. Size: 212 apartments on five acres. Approximately 230,000 SF.
IMC Construction Penn Medicine Advanced Outpatient Care Center
REDCOM Design & Construction LLC 320 Paterson Plank Road
Wohlsen Construction Company Capital One’s Ben Franklin Wilmington Phase 1A
Location: Carlstadt, NJ Type of project: Industrial Size: 80,000 SF
Location: Radnor, PA Type of project: Healthcare Facility, LEED SILVER Size: 250,000 SF State-of-the-art, four-story, multispecialty outpatient fa - cility that will expand options for patients to receive ad - vanced care close to home. Set to open Spring 2020, the site will replace the current facility in Radnor and will provide comprehensive cancer care, including newly available radiation oncology services and chemotherapy provided by the Abramson Cancer Center, as well as pri - mary care, heart and vascular, orthopaedic and neurosci - ence care. Additional services will include same-day sur - gery, with six operating rooms and four endoscopy suites, along with full radiology and laboratory services. The 24-month project was fast-tracked and is scheduled to be completed in 17 months.
Location: Wilmington, DE Type of project: Renovation Size: 350,000 SF
320 Paterson Plank Road is one of our recently completed, industrial facilities that is located in Carlstadt, New Jersey. This warehouse has a 40,000 SF footprint and a height of 48 feet. Additionally, the facility was originally designed with a 13,000 SF mezzanine for indoor storage. REDCOM initially entered this project as the general contractor. Due to the township’s regulations that forbid outside storage, the owner was faced with a storage issue. REDCOM’s in- house experts re-engineered the existing facility to include a 40,000 SF second floor during the construction process. This solution brings the two-story warehouse to a total of 80,000 SF. REDCOM was able to solve the owner’s storage problem while keeping within the township’s regulations.
The project included complete renovations to 12 floors of office spaces across two-adjacent high-rise buildings in downtown Wilmington, Delaware totaling 350,000 SF. Many areas were enhanced by the renovation including: multimedia conference rooms, executive offices, HUB, game rooms, lobby and reception areas. MEP infrastructure upgrades, open ceilings, and polished concrete floors are a few of the special interior features incorporated in the ren - ovation. The modern spaces are planned to create collab - orative workspaces and help Capital One attract creative, young professionals. The building remained operational throughout construction and required a phased approach to complete work in the safest manner possible.
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