AMC Sells 156,000-SF Shopping Center for $28M
Construction Begins at 333 Green St.
Traditions of Hershey: "Easy Living
- Retirees Choose Community for Services"
Keith Dunker, GM of Radisson Jacksonville Named to
Jacksonville Hotel Board
New Moniker Sought for One Montgomery Plaza
County Pays $26 Million for High-Rise
Sheraton Orlando North Reopens
Colliers L&A To Lease I-295 Industrial Center
Sprucing Up a Shuttered Sheraton
The Business Journal of Orlando - August 11, 2006
Dolphin Reef developers secure $27M loan
The Business Journal of Jacksonville - March 10, 2006
AMC Delancey Taps Credit Suisse For Unique CMBS Loan
AMC Delancey Group has tapped Credit Suisse for a 10-year, $43 million loan to refinance a construction loan on Gettysburg Village Factory Stores...
Orlando Business Journal: Maitland getting flashy replacement hotel
New owners want Sheraton to be best in town.
Philadelphia Business Journal:
Anastasia Island News Article
AMC Delancey Partners in Florida Buy.
Jacksonville Business Journal: Anastasia Island Acquisition
Prime Anastasia Tract Sold; Developer Pays $30 Million for Land with Plans for Town Homes.
Hotel Business Magazine Interviews Kenneth P. Balin
Hotel Business Magazine speaks with Kenneth P. Balin, CEO of AMC Delancey Group, about their recent acquisition activities with Paramount Hotel Group and their outlook for the hotel sector.
JV Acquires Rosemore Center for $67 Per SF
Once part of a two-property, $13.5-million sale, the 87,000-sf Rosemore Shopping Center passed to a joint venture between Philadelphia-based AMC Delancey Group and Metro Commercial Real Estate, which is based in Mt. Laurel, NJ.
Patience Pays Off For Lengthy Retail Deal
In a commercial real-estate deal, it can take anywhere from two months to a year from the time a property or portfolio is put under a purchase agreement until the buyer walks away as the new owner.
Jacksonville Southpoint Hotel to become Radisson in November
Two companies from the Northeast have bought the Southpoint Hotel and will reopen it as the Radisson Hotel, Jacksonville-Butler in November.
Strip malls continue to thrive (Richboro)
In a time when bigger is thought to be better, several local strip malls are thriving. Their storefronts are filled, their parking lots are crowded and their customers keep coming back.
Norristown 'high-rise' gets interior revamping
One Montgomery Plaza, a 10-story office building in the heart of Norristown, is undergoing a $2.5 million interior renovation that is expected to give the tired building a lift.
It's Pastoral Setting Proved
AMC Delancey Group, Inc. has acquired the Cedar Run Corporate Center in King of Prussia for 4.0 Million.
It's Dirty Franks below, spiffy maintenance above
One of the big attractions at Pine View is Dirty Frank’s, the local watering hole on the first floor, and the close-knit neighborhood it characterizes.
Mecca Marketing (Gettysburg)
Becoming a destination within a destination is still outlet-center developers’ No. 1 marketing goal.
BBQ Isn't Exactly Fast Food (Gettysburg)
Branding Iron Texas BBQ is one of 70 tenants in the newly opened Gettysburg Village Factory Stores, a village center that had its grand opening Oct. 7-14 (see page 20).
Nostalgic Design Inspired by Nearby Towns
Those villages remain today little architectural gems with their charming train stations, general stores, hotels and housing.
Thousands Enjoy GVFS October Opening
Shoppers came from as far away as California to check out offerings in the 70 stores and food units in the 260,000-sf phase 1 of outlet center, which will build-out at 500,000 sf.
New 'Main Street' Shopping Being Built in Gettysburg
Near the Gettysburg, Pa., battlefield where Union Gen. George Armstrong Custer forced Jeb Stuart’s cavalry into retreat, where some of the first repeating rifles in history saw action, lies the site of the “Second Civil War.”
In Brewerytown, Where Pets are Welcome, Parking is Free
Sedgley Commons offers 24 one-bedroom rental apartments – many with sky-lighted lofts – in along, two-level building of brick and 12-over-12 industrial windows. Adjacent private parking holds one space for each unit.
New 'Urbanist' Retail Project to Open in Fall
In this case, the project – Gettysburg Village Factory Stores - steered away from the mixed-use component of New Urbanism but managed to successfully incorporate many other ingredients of the development style.
Old candy factory brightens residential rebirth in Olde City
The five-story factory was constructed in 1906 on Arch Street – then called Mulberry Street. The white-brick structure has arched windows, limestone keystones, a projecting cornice with modillions, and dentil molding.
Work to Start on Hospital Site
Two years after acquiring it, Delancey Investment Group is finally about to begin the renovation of the oddly shaped former hospital on Franklin Square.