Real Estate Journal — The Best of 2014 — March 27 - April 9, 2015 — 27C


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Tishman Construction George Washington University’s Textile Museum Washington, DC The FAVORITE CONTRACTING PROJECTS of 2014 IMC Construction Solana Senior Living & Memory Care Doylestown, PA

Size: 79,000 s/f Situated on a 8.5 acre site, The Solana includes the devel- opment of a new, 98 unit, 120 bed, senior living community that offers memory care and independent living. High-end finishes, custom millwork and modern furnishings give a homelike feel for residents. The complex offer a variety of activity spaces including a wellness center, taproom, theater, art studio, full service

Size: 46,000 s/f Tishman Construction, an AECOM Company, served as builder for the new 46,000 s/f Textile Museum on the George Washington University campus. This collaborative venture between the 90-year-old Textile Museum – formerly located in Dupont Circle – and the university offers a more central location and triple the gallery space to display the museum’s 19,000-piece collection. The project is sig- nificant because it required managing a historic renovation and new construction on an incredibly small urban footprint.

kitchen, café and hair salon. Outdoor amenities include a beautiful courtyard, walking trails and firepit. The facility is being operated by Atria Senior Living. The LARGEST MIXED-USE PROJECTS of 2014

Jones Lang LaSalle 2400 Market Street Philadelphia, PA

The Kislak Company Hoboken Portfolio Hoboken, NJ

Brokers : James Galbally, Douglas Rodio, John Plower, Erin Miller Size: 498,250 s/f JLL has closed the sale of 2400 Market St. and 12 S. 23rd St. for Loeb Realty. PMC Property Group & Lubert Adler purchased the buildings totaling 498,250 s/f for $43 million. 2400 Market Street is a 359,674 s/f industrial-type structure currently being uti- lized (for the past 20 years) as an upscale products design center and showroom and 12 S. 23rd St. is a 138,576 s/f, 6-story office and parking garage structure with office space/service space on the first, fifth and sixth floors and 211 parking spaces on the remaining levels.

Brokers: Scott Davidovic (seller), Janet Bortz (purchaser) Size: 16,000 s/f

The portfolio consists of adjacent properties on Washington, Newark and Court Streets in the historic section of Hoboken four blocks from the PATH station. The portfolio is located in one of the most desirable and fastest-growing residential and retail markets in the region known as the Gold Coast. The retail tenants, including Verizon Wireless, are located on a prime corner directly across from Hoboken city one block from a CVS, Office Depot and Starbucks. The residential units were converted to condominiums and several of them were recently gut-renovated.

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