Real Estate Journal — The Best of 2018 — March 29 - April 11, 2019 — 41C


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Warfel Construction Company 101NQ Lancaster, PA

Bancroft Construction Company The Tower at STAR Campus University of DE

Wohlsen Construction Company Datwyler Sealing Solutions Project Eagle

Location: Newark, DE Type of project: New 10-story, 100,000 SF tower with first floor, 30,000 SF multipurpose audion and atrium Size: 130,000 SF Located on University of Delaware’s STAR Campus, The Tower at STAR, an advanced facility that houses the lat- est in interdisciplinary research, was delivered on-time through synergistic process of coordination, communi- cation, and collaboration. A ground-lease deal that was substantially preleased by the University and its College of Health Sciences, the developer-driven project involved the simultaneous coordination of a landowner, a developer/ landlord, two tenants, and two architecture firms through- out the lifecycle of the project. The development embodies the superior product of inter- disciplinary collaboration, which is now home to cutting- edge wellness research laboratories, a living green wall, demonstration kitchen, and chef’s garden.

Size: 223,000 SF /15 Acres of sitework Design/Build services for a new, state-of-the-art elastomer component manufacturing facility. The facility incorpo- rates Good and Lean Manufacturing Practices and features: • Custom process equipment developed specifically for the plant • Second-story mezzanines and clean room hallways • Designated raw material and finished goods warehouses • Chemical storage and quarantine • Sample, packing, and inspection areas • Coater, molding trimming and storage rooms • Chiller, boiler, water treatment, and post-treatment rooms The north-west side of the building features a three-story

Type of project: Laboratory/Office building Size: 200,000 SF

101 north queen, developed by Zamagias Properties, breathes new life into the former Bulova building on the corner of Queen and Orange Streets. Mixed use real es- tate—retail, office, and residential—make up the four-story building. The Row, anchored by Starbucks, offers space for retailers, restaurants, and other service-based businesses on the ground floor. The Core consists of two floors of office space, anchored by business software company Cargas Sys- tems. Luxury condos with unrivaled amenities, including private rooftop terraces, are planned for the fourth floor.

office facility including: • Two-story atrium lobby • R&D lab, storage, and changing rooms • Open offices and executive offices • Seven conference rooms and a training center • Cafeteria and fitness center


IMC Construction Penn Medicine Radnor 250,000 SF

RD Management LLC Harbor View Marketplace 240,000 SF

Vision Real Estate Partners LATITUDE Parsippany, NJ

Harbor View Marketplace, a new commercial development with JMF Properties, is anchored by a 150,000 square foot Costco Wholesale, that opened on March 7, 2019, and Cost- co Gasoline gas station with 18 gas pumps. Additional re- tail available at the site will include well-known stores and restaurants, as well as outdoor seating. Visitors will be able to spend the day shopping, dining and walking along the waterfront walkways that offer views of New York Harbor and the Bayonne Golf Club. The residential component of the development will include 651 luxury rental residences, 1,100 car parking garage and 20,000 square feet of lifestyle amenities, including a rooftop resort-style swimming pool that overlooks the golf course. Harbor View Marketplace is located in an Urban Enterprise Zone at the intersection of State Route 440 and Goldsborough Drive, a heavily traf- ficked area and only 500 yards from the 14A exit on the New Jersey Turnpike. The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail 34th Street Station is across the street, making the center easily accessible by transit. Cape Liberty Port, located directly be- hind the development.

Size: 700,000 SF A pair of acquisitions by Vision Real Estate Partners and Rubenstein Partners continued this joint venture partner- ship’s commitment to the Morris County office market. In separate transactions, the firms purchased Phases I and II of the former Morris Corporate Center IV, amassing nearly 700,000 s/f of class A product on Interpace Parkway in Parsippany. The partnership then immediately launched a comprehensive, multi-million-dollar rebranding and rein- troduction of the campus as LATITUDE – a unified, 30-acre campus offering premier corporate, health, wellness and lifestyle-focused work spaces. As the operating partner for LATITUDE, Vision Real Estate Partners is spearheading the campus reconceptualization.

Owner: University of Pennsylvania Health System Further expanding Penn Medicine’s services throughout the region, the Radnor outpatient facility will house a heart and vascular center, comprehensive cancer care, women’s health, orthopedic and rehabilitation medicine, neurosciences and other medical subspecialties. A surgery suite includes six surgical and four endoscopy rooms, along with full radiology and laboratory services. The health center and adjacent 994- car parking garage are within walking distance of the Radnor train station. Clad in brick masonry and high-performance glass, the building has abundant natural light and views of nature. It is targeted for a sustainability level of LEED Silver. Expected completion in 2020.

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