Previously Owned

Multi-family developments

Redstone at Concordville Town Centre: Developed and built by Brandolini Companies in 2016, Redstone represents supreme residential living- a Class A, luxury multifamily community comprised of 230 units complemented by a five-star hotel amenity offering that is unparalleled in the suburban market. The Property is adjacent to the Concordville Town Center and is strategically situated at the confluence of Route 1, Route 322, and Route 202. The Route 202 corridor is the most robust employment concentration in the Philadelphia region. Sold – 2018.

Retail Develpments

Providence Town Center: 760,000 SF  Developed and built by Brandolini Companies in 2007, Providence Town Center represents a quality and convenient shopping experience unlike any other in the trade area. Located in Collegeville, PA at Route 422 and Route 29 interchange, the location enjoys regional visibility and access to Route 422, a major suburban access corridor that has been fueling explosive residential and commercial growth northwest of Philadelphia. In addition to being a main Philadelphia commuter and growth artery, Route 422 also serves as a home to several of the area’s premier pharmaceutical companies including Pfizer, Dow Chemical, Glaxo SmithKline and Quest Diagnostics. Sold – 2022.

Spring Towne Shopping Center: 277,860 SF Developed and built by Brandolini Companies in 1990, Spring Towne Shopping Center is a community center. Just west of Reading, PA, the center was developed to take advantage of both the growing trade area and the new road systems that were put in place to improve the area. The property sits at the intersection of Route 724 and the Route 222 Bypass, which serves as the main travel corridor for all southern and western traffic in and out of the Reading market and submarkets. Sold – 202

Limerick Crossing Shopping Center: 122,500 SF Developed and built by Brandolini Companies in 2007, Limerick Crossing features Aldi, Planet Fitness and Rite Aid in a traditional community shopping center format. Conveniently located at the intersection of Ridge Pike and Township Line Road, the center benefits from the robust residential growth along the Route 422 corridor as experienced by Limerick Township and neighboring Upper Providence Township. Sold – 2021.

Baederwood Shopping Center: 117,560 SF Redeveloped by Brandolini Companies in 2012, Baederwood Shopping Center enjoys an irreplaceable infill location in and extremely affluent and desirable trade area. Anchored by Whole Foods since 1998, the center enjoys close proximity to Route 611, the major north/south corridor for Philadelphia proper, exceptional access to public transportation and abundant off-street parking. Sold – 2013.

Marketplace At Westtown:115,064 SF Redeveloped by Brandolini Companies in 2017 andanchored by a renovated Giant Foods, Marketplace at Westtown is situated in one of Chester County’s best residential markets. Located just east of downtown West Chester, the center is well established with a successful track record and long-term occupancies. The lack of new commercial development opportunities in the area coupled with an affluent customer base contribute to the center’s desirability among retailers. Sold – 2021.

Promenade At Lebanon East:108,085 SF Developed by Brandolini Companies in 1990, Promenade at Lebanon East is anchored by Giant Foods. The center is well located and enjoys a healthy and diverse mix of tenants. Sold – 2012.

Dreshertown Plaza: 99,312 SF Purchased in 2004 and redeveloped by Brandolini Companies in 2018, Dreshertown Plaza is located in one of the wealthiest townships in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. A true infill property in a mature trade area, Dreshertown Plaza successfully capitalizes on the densely populated commercial and residential uses that surround it in a township with high barriers to entry. Sold – 2021.

Lionville Shopping Center: 93,161 SF Purchased by Brandolini Companies in 2002, Lionville Shopping Center is positioned in the heart of the explosive residential growth area surrounding Exton, PA. The center is adjacent to Route 100 with one of only two Philadelphia suburban accesses to the Pennsylvania Turnpike west of King of Prussia. The center also benefits from robust housing growth and tremendous daytime employment counts. Sold – 2021.

Shillington Shopping Center: 75,507 SF Originally built in 1960 and renovated by Brandolini Companies in 2007, Shillington Shopping Center is one of the first neighborhood centers built in Reading, PA. Located southwest of downtown Reading, the center has excellent parking and visibility and is well positioned to capitalize on significant vehicular traffic counts. Sold – 2019.


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