1007 N Market Street
Wilmington, DE | Historic DuPont Building

The DuPont Building


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The DuPont Building


1007 N Market Street
Wilmington, DE | Historic DuPont Building

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Completion Date:
January 1970


One of the most recognizable buildings in Downtown Wilmington that includes the iconic hotel, office space, residential housing, retail space, and the historical Playhouse theater. The original materials, like timeless marble and intricate crown molding, have been preserved and repurposed throughout the community to honor the rich heritage of this building. The residential space and hotel are currently under development.

 

517 N Shipley Street
Wilmington, DE

Crosby Hill


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Crosby Hill


517 N Shipley Street
Wilmington, DE

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Completion Date:
January 1970


Under Development

212 N Market Street
Wilmington, DE

The Cooper


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The Cooper


212 N Market Street
Wilmington, DE

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Completion Date:
January 1970


Under Development

101 West 10th Street
Wilmington, DE | Historic DuPont Building

101 West 10th Street at The DuPont Building


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101 West 10th Street at The DuPont Building


101 West 10th Street
Wilmington, DE | Historic DuPont Building

Total Area:
184 Units
Completion Date:
January 1970


When it comes to attention to detail, the residences located at 101 W. Tenth St will strike the perfect balance between style and functionality. Studios, 1, and 2 bedroom apartment homes will combine elevated architectural features with high-end finishes and fixtures. Original materials, like timeless marble and intricate crown molding, have been preserved and repurposed throughout the community to honor the rich heritage of this building.

Residents will enjoy amenities designed to impress at every corner, including common areas ideal for entertaining, like a historically preserved classic club room, and co-working spaces meant for getting down to business. On-site attractions, like the brand new DE.CO Food Hall and the notable Playhouse on Rodney Square, offer endless opportunities to make the most of everyday living all in one iconic place!

Lower Hill Civic Arena
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Lower Hill District Civic Arena


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Lower Hill District Civic Arena


Lower Hill Civic Arena
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Total Area:
28 Acres
Completion Date:
January 1970


A 28-acre, mixed-use development in the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh. Buccini/Pollin has been selected by an affiliate of the Pittsburgh Penguins to create and implement a master plan for the surface parking lots across Centre Avenue from PPG Paints Arena, home to the Penguins and host to 160 entertainment events annually. BPG is working closely with several redevelopment partners on the site of the old Civic Arena including award-winning design firm Gensler and lead residential developer Intergen – a Pittsburgh-based, minority-owned housing developer.

The 28-acre site will feature a mix of residential, commercial/office, retail/entertainment and food venues. In all, the new master plan calls for over 800,000 square feet of office, 200,000 square feet of retail, 50,000 square feet of entertainment space; a 220-guestroom hotel; and 1,000 new residential units.

A central feature to the Gensler-designed plan is the 8-acre greenway along Wylie Avenue that extends the highway cap and parkland above I-579 into and through the new district. The fully-funded cap project is on track to commence construction this summer and will be complemented by a linear public park that will anchor the redevelopment plan. Each of the development blocks in the Gensler design will feature new buildings with ground floor retail/commercial suites and access to dynamic outdoor areas. The site is well-served by public transit and major traffic arteries and boasts some of the region’s best views of the downtown, North Shore and Mount Washington.

For information on leasing:

Cadence Real Estate Advisors

Ken Kearns, kk@cadence-advisors.com +1 610-639-1302

Brendan H. Kelley, bk@cadence-advisors.com +1 215 820 3828

JLL

JC Pelusi, jcpelusi@am.jll.com +1 412 208 1403

Jared Imperatore, jared.imperatore@am.jll.com +1 412 208 8371

550 Baronne Street
New Orleans, LA 70113

Virgin Hotel New Orleans


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Virgin Hotel New Orleans

Virgin Hotel New Orleans


550 Baronne Street
New Orleans, LA 70113

Total Area:
225 Rooms
Completion Date:
January 1970



Washington Marriott Capitol Hill/NOMA


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Marriott NOMA

Washington Marriott Capitol Hill/NOMA



Total Area:
235 Rooms
Completion Date:
January 1970


(in development)

1 Music Row West
Nashville, TN

Virgin Hotel Nashville


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Virgin Hotel Nashville


1 Music Row West
Nashville, TN

Total Area:
262 Rooms
Completion Date:
January 1970


Conveniently situated at the helm of Nashville’s historic Music Row neighborhood at 1 Music Square W, Virgin Hotels Nashville delivers a one-of-a-kind hotel experience with 262 Chambers, including Grand Chamber Suites, plus multiple dining and drinking outlets including The Pool Club, a rooftop restaurant and bar, Commons Club, the brand’s flagship restaurant, bar and lounge and Funny Library Coffee Shop.

Ranging from 291 to 592-square feet, all Chambers (rooms) are designed to consist of two distinct spaces separated by a barn-style sliding door, complete with a peephole, ideal for working, recharging, wellness and an overall better contactless experience. The first space, “The Dressing Room”, combines the hallway and a dressing area which includes a full vanity, makeup desk with well-lit mirror, an extra-large shower with a bench complete with Red Flower toiletries, and a closet for two. Slide open the privacy door and guests will enter “The Lounge” with the brand’s patented ergonomically designed lounge bed, a red SMEG® mini-fridge, High Definition TV, yoga mat, pedestal table and a cozy built-in window seating offers views of the Nashville skyline and Music Row. Ample outlets for smartphones, computers or other electronic devices are found in various areas of the rooms. All Chambers feature custom lighting on sensors that automatically illuminate when guests move. Additional amenities for pets are available in the Chambers. Virgin Hotels has always been committed to the health and safety of guests and the brand is taking additional measures to ensure guests feel safe throughout their time on property. With the opening of the hotel, the brand is ushering in a new standard of hospitality with the upgraded mobile app Lucy that allows guests to have a truly “touch free” experience via mobile keys, controlling lighting, thermostats and TVs, ordering room service and checking out all from their own mobile device.

Leading interior design firm, MARKZEFF, designed the property to be modern yet comfortable with playful elements incorporated throughout. Drawing inspiration from the Nashville region, design details are represented through the use of intricate brick, roughhewn timber, sumptuous furnishings and refined industrial elements. Nashville’s rich history largely influenced the spaces, while artwork and custom furniture play a key role to create a delightful and memorable experience. Guests can find subtle nods to Nashville throughout the design like in the meeting spaces where the carpets are a modern interpretation of vintage quilts one might find in the area. More noticeably, music is celebrated from the moment patrons enter the hotel. A showstopping Music City Ensemble installation, designed by John Peralta, features a 12-piece ensemble of country music instruments – provided by some of the top manufacturers including A&F Drum Co, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, Eastwood Guitars – floating weightlessly from the ceiling of the hotel lobby to welcome guests.

Developed by The Buccini/Pollin Group and operated by Virgin Hotels, the new-build property joins the city’s iconic Music Row neighborhood, which is home to some of the most famous recording studios in music history, shops, restaurants and other attractions. The exterior, designed by BLUR Workshop and Nashville-based Hastings Architecture, taps into the history of the city while continuing to progress the city’s wave of modern architecture.

The hotel also features a state-of-the-art fitness center, which is open 24 hours a day, and over 9,000-square feet of flexible meeting and event space. To maximize their time on property, guests can sign up for the brand-wide guest preferences and loyalty program, The Know, to unlock member rate discounts, room upgrades, exclusive dining and event offers and a complimentary cocktail hour dubbed “The Spirit Hour.”

Reservations are currently being accepted and can be made directly on the hotel’s website, virginhotels.com/nashville or by calling (800) 806-8080.

The property joins Virgin Hotel’s rapidly growing roster, which already includes Virgin Hotels Chicago and Virgin Hotels Dallas; and employs Virgin Hotel’s celebrated “No Nickel and Diming” policy, which includes street-priced minibars, free WiFi, and zero resort/urban or amenity fees. The brand has broken ground on four locations: New YorkNew OrleansLas Vegas and Edinburgh, UK, while forthcoming hotel have been announced in Miami. To learn more about Virgin Hotels, visit www.virginhotels.com. For future developments, please visit https://development.virginhotels.com/.

The Hilton Knoxville  is operated by PM Hotel Group.

 

902 N Market Street
Wilmington, DE

Wilma’s


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Wilma’s


902 N Market Street
Wilmington, DE

Total Area:
7,800 SQ FT
Completion Date:
January 1970


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2405 Maryland Ave
Willow Grove, PA

2405 Maryland Ave


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2405 Maryland Ave


2405 Maryland Ave
Willow Grove, PA

Total Area:
106,000 SQ FT
Completion Date:
January 1970


(Under Development)