401 Garashes Lane
Wilmington, DE

76ers Fieldhouse


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76ers Fieldhouse


401 Garashes Lane
Wilmington, DE

Total Area:
161,000 SQ FT
Completion Date:
January 1970


This state-of-the-art multi-purpose sports complex and youth training center features a 2,500-seat area and is home to the 76ers’ G League affiliate, the Delaware Blue Coats. It is equipped with a full-service concourse, three full-size indoor professional basketball courts, and one full-size outdoor synthetic turf field. The Titus Youth Training Center and Nemours Rehabilitation Facility are a part of the Fieldhouse as well retail and office space.

1007 N. Market Street
Wilmington, DE

Playhouse on Rodney Square


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Playhouse on Rodney Square


1007 N. Market Street
Wilmington, DE

Total Area:
1,252 Seats
Completion Date:
January 1970


Located in the luxurious Hotel du Pont, the brightest stars of stage and screen have lit the Wilmington skyline and graced the lovely Victorian stage since 1913. The theatre presents a six-show professional Broadway series for avid theatre lovers.

The Playhouse on Rodney Square
duponttheatre.com

Seaport Drive
Chester, PA

Philadelphia Union Training Center at the Rivertown Annex


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Philadelphia Union Training Facility

Philadelphia Union Training Center at the Rivertown Annex


Seaport Drive
Chester, PA

Total Area:

Completion Date:
January 1970


  • Renovation of 1940s era industrial support building into a state-of-the-art training facility for Major League Soccer team Philadelphia Union
  • Located at the Rivertown Annex
  • Installation of all new new building utilities and infrastructure including all HVAC, plumbing, electric and fire suppression systems
  • Construction of new 2-stop hole less hydraulic elevator and stair tower
  • Installation of new 10′ x 22′ arched windows within existing openings
  • Construction of a hydrotherapy suite consisting of hot and cold tubs, underwater treadmill, shower and infrared sauna
  • Construction of various customized spaces for use by players and coaches including offices, locker rooms, physical therapy suite, player lounge, video screening room and 3,000 SF weight room

1 Stadium Drive
Chester, PA

Subaru Park MLS Stadium


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Subaru Park MLS Stadium


1 Stadium Drive
Chester, PA

Total Area:
18,500-seat Major League Soccer stadium
Completion Date:
January 1970


Subaru Park is a state-of-the-art 18,500-seat Major League Soccer Stadium developed by The Buccini/Pollin Group and Keystone Sports and Entertainment LLC. It serves as the home for the Philadelphia Union and features a built-in concert stage and a capacity of 26,000 for concert events. The stadium also features amenities such as luxury suites, a full-service restaurant and expansive grounds for tailgating and outdoor events. With the growing popularity of Major League Soccer in the U.S. and the stadium’s convenient access to the I-95 corridor and Philadelphia, Subaru Park is a catalyst for the further commercial and economic development of Chester’s riverfront.

Operators: Keystone Sports and Entertainment LLC

http://www.philadelphiaunion.com/

Wilmington Riverfront
Wilmington, DE

Penn Cinema Riverfront


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Penn Cinema Riverfront


Wilmington Riverfront
Wilmington, DE

Total Area:
15 Auditoriums (3,218 seats)
Completion Date:
January 1970


Penn Cinema Riverfront is a project developed by The Buccini/Pollin Group and Penn Cinema Theaters and is located on the bustling Wilmington Riverfront. The movie theater complex has 15 Auditoriums, one of which is an IMAX theater, totaling 3,218 seats. The cinema is one of the first in the country equipped with 48-frames-per-second projection systems. The cinema brings approximately 700,000 visitors annually to the active Riverfront neighborhood.

www.penncinema.com

 

500 N. Market Street
Wilmington, DE

The Queen Theater


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The Queen Theater Commercial built by BPGS Construction

The Queen Theater


500 N. Market Street
Wilmington, DE

Total Area:
45,000 SQ FT
Completion Date:
January 1970


The Historic Queen Theater anchors the downtown Market Street corridor, which is currently undergoing an intense revitalization. Originally constructed as a hotel in 1872, the 5 story building was converted into a movie and performance theater in 1915, in the process becoming one of the earliest buildings to utilize cast-in-place reinforced concrete.

In 2007 World Cafe Live, a live music and dining venue based out of Philadelphia, partnered with developers The Buccini/Pollin Group and the nonprofit Light Up the Queen Foundation to transform the building back to a live performance venue. The fully restored building opened as World Cafe Live at The Queen Theater in April 2011 and houses a 400-seat live music theater, a separate restaurant and bar with a performance stage, two floors of private event space and a fully equipped WXPN−FM broadcast studio.

While the hosting of live music events by World Cafe Live is expected to be the pivotal attraction, a restored Queen Theater will be a vibrant and unique destination promoting cultural outreach across the entire region.

For a photo journal of the renovation, please click here.

World Cafe Live
www.queen.worldcafelive.com

Light Up The Queen Foundation
www.lightupthequeen.org