Radnor completes $55m Vue32 in Philadelphia

Radnor completes $55m Vue32 in Philadelphia

Published at: 2017-11-07 14:57 | Author: CIJ USA
The Radnor Property Group has completed construction Vue32, a mixed-use scheme in Philadelphia. The $55 million project encompasses 164 units along with 14,000 sqf of first floor retail space. The 16 story residential tower, which will serve students at Drexel University, will include a daycare facility on the second and third floors, a community room with a full kitchen and underground parking. Erdy McHenry Architecture designed the building with engineering services provided by The Harman Group. Located at 3201 Race St., the scheme provides convenient access to Fairmount Park, the Parkway Museum District and the 30th St. Station transportation hub. The second phase of the project will add 12 two-bedroom condos and is slated to open in November 2018.

“The parking structure was relatively small, so putting it underground was an easy fix to the neighborhood’s request,” Janis Vacca, vice president & principal at The Harman Group, said in a statement. “The lot’s downhill slope allowed us to keep the ground-floor plaza level while also allowing for an at-grade entrance to the parking garage on 32nd Street.”

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